During your time as a student in the USA, you may wish to rent a car for a special trip or other need. Renting a car in the USA is an easy process as long as you prepare and anticipate what you might need before you leave your home country. There are endless possibilities to what you can do driving in the USA, from making your commute to school easier to taking a road trip with your friends! Here is your guide to what you need to know to rent a car in the USA as an international student.
The 2016 summer olympic games will officially start in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, next month! Here is your guide to the stars of Team USA, so you can keep up with them on the Road to Rio. Team USA is looking to excel in swimming, gymnastics, gold, fencing, track and field and much more. What are your favorite sports to watch?
It’s America’s birthday! July 4th is one of the biggest holidays in the USA, and we want you to prepare you for a great weekend. Find out what you can expect and what traditions you can participate in. What should you take if you are invited to a barbecue? Can you set off some fireworks in your yard? We have highlighted six activities that will have you enjoying US culture on this important day!
There is a lot in the news recently about presidential elections in the USA, but how exactly do they work? What is the Electoral College? Where do people vote? How long does the process take? We have written a quick guide to help you understand the electoral system and learn key vocabulary along the way.
As a student in the US, you will have a chance to travel before or after your English course. The US has many world-famous attractions just a short flight from our language centers. To make the most out of your time and budget we have put together the best sites for travel discounts and deals! Here are 5 sites every student should know to save on travel in the United States.
When you think about Colorado, you probably think of skiing, mountains, and snow. You might imagine tiny rural towns, tucked away in the wilderness, far from any urban life or excitement. And while all of this does exist in certain areas, Colorado is a large, diverse state with lots to offer. Read about five popular myths about Colorado, debunked.
How can you improve your English pronunciation, spelling, speaking fluency, and vocabulary at the same time? Record yourself! Read on to find out how to start using this technique that can do wonders for your English.
Want to keep studying English while you’re on the go? Here are the top smartphone apps to help you practice and improve your English!
One of the most important decisions to make when you choose to study abroad is the location. Where will I improve my English? Where will I be happy? Where will I feel safe? We understand this is a big decision, and you have a lot of options. We crunched the numbers to come up with a definitive answer, to put into numbers what our students know from personal experience. You’ll be surprised by what we found!
BridgeEnglish students in Manhattanville College are just 20 minutes from legendary New York City, “the city that never sleeps”! Here are 10 fun, free activities to entertain yourself on a student budget while you study English in New York. Visit Central Park, stroll the Museum of Modern Art, ride the Staten Island Ferry and much more!