This semester I am lucky enough to be spending my time studying in London. Now that I’ve been here a little over a month, I thought it was time to share a couple of my first impressions about studying abroad, London, and the United Kingdom in general. Since I’ve always been a fan of the “good news first” approach let’s start with what I love here.
As we all know, college is hella expensive: we’re talking buying a house expensive. In-state public colleges average out around $25k a year while private colleges end up costing nearly double, around $50k a year. That’s a lot of money to have invested in your education, especially if, like me, you intend to go on to graduate school.
Now there are a lot of articles out there for new students about how to apply for scholarships or increase your financial aid package, but this article is intended to help those who are already in school. I’ll talk about how you can graduate from college early, saving time and money. I’ve broken this process down into easy to follow steps to set yourself on the path to (early) graduation.
Hello! Are you a student trying to figure out what the heck to take next semester? Or maybe wondering how on earth you are going to fit in all of your graduation requirements without going crazy? The secret: planning. This article will cover the delicate art of how to plan your college schedule to fit your needs.