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23 September 2019

HOW TO TRAVEL AND WORK IN ENGLAND

People who love to travel and work in Europe, may wish to secure work in England. The UK Home Office judges most work visas based on a points system of importance, skill and connection. You must be able to prove a good connection to employment in the UK and financial support if you are living with family. Looking for work in England can be difficult, especially if you are not a member of the European Economic Area (EEA). You should research which visa category you fit into. Once you receive your work visa, you will be able to travel throughout the UK, Europe and other countries. Find out how to travel and work in England:

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20 September 2019

STUDY ABROAD PREPARATION CHECKLIST

Educli wants to make sure you will not forget anything on your plans to live and study abroad. That is why we prepared this checklist for you to follow each step on this new journey!

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19 September 2019

IELTS - HOW IS THE IELTS SPEAKING EXAM SCORED?

On the speaking section, you can score anywhere between a 0 and a 9 with “.5” (e.g. 6.5) scores. This is true for the reading, writing, and listening section as well.

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18 September 2019

HOW TO GET AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ID CARD

The International Student Identity Card (ISIC) is recognized around the world as proof that you are a full-time student. Its primary benefit is as a discount card, and you can get discounts on travel insurance, travel tickets, and hostels. Depending on where you live, you can get the card online or in person. Collect required documents ahead of time.

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05 August 2019

DOCUMENT TRANSLATION

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05 April 2019

TOEFL X IELTS

If you need to take an exam to prove your English language skills, the TOEFL and IELTS are two of the most popular options out there. But should you take TOEFL or IELTS? What is each test like? Do schools prefer one exam over the other? Which one will you get a higher score on? To answer the IELTS vs. TOEFL question, we first have to discuss each of the tests.

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05 April 2019

BENEFITS OF BEING BILINGUAL

Learning a second language is something that everyone should consider. Besides of being more prepared for the job market you will benefit your brain with this exercise and will be more focused, will boost your memory and resolve problems more quickly.

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05 April 2019

STAGES OF A TRAVELER

Travelling is such an inspiring thing to do. People usually loves to travel and have this as a top priority of their lives, after of course paying for your bills, it’s time to start dreaming and planning. Everyone that thinks about travelling comes up with some steps to make this dream come true. We have put together a step by step to help you in all phases of this dream, you can be on the dreaming step, planning or experiencing it. We from Eduspace are moved by our passion to travel and learning from different cultures, so we think that this is for sure the way to go. Get your paper and pen and let’s start dreaming and travelling together.

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05 April 2019

HOMESTAY ACCOMMODATION

If you are planning to study abroad, one of the first things to consider is where you are going to live, staying with a host family for a short or long period of time, can be life changing.

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05 April 2019

UK VISA STUDENT PROCESS

The application for a student visa in UK can be carried online, by post or in person. Note that those who are residing in UK at the time of application must apply in person or by post. To apply for a UK visa you have to submit all the required documents, based on which the UK Home Office decides whether you meet the criteria to obtain a UK visa.

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05 April 2019

UK STUDENT VISA TYPES

If your plan is to study in the UK, you have 2 options of Student Visa to apply. Both will give you permit to study full time, but other factors will vary depending on the type of visa that you will apply for.

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05 April 2019

LIVING IN A HOSTEL

Have you ever thought about living in a Hostel? Adjusting to hostel life can become easy for us travellers. You get to live with your best buds, you usually have a bar just a few steps from your hostel bed and it’s a great way to surround yourself with positive and like minded people. Hostels are great places to be so just bear in mind a few of these points if you are considering calling a hostel home for a while. See a list of what to bring with you and enjoy this fantastic experience.

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29 March 2019

UK - COST OF LIVING

As an international student, one of the questions you might be wondering about is the cost of living in UK. As far as living costs are concerned, these costs will vary greatly depending on your lifestyle, spending habits and budget.

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29 March 2019

AU PAIR UNITED KINGDOM

Being an Au Pair overseas is the best way to earn some extra cash whilst doing something you're totally passionate about! It's the opportunity of a lifetime, to get a genuine sense of what life is really like in your new destination living with your family and spending your days with the little ones.

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22 March 2019

AMERICAN X BRITISH - ENGLISH DIFFERENCES

British people and American people can always understand each other – but there are a few notable differences between British English and American English. Did you know, that the difference between spelling words like American color and British colour, or humor and humour, comes from the Brits adopting, their now called British words, from Old French language? When it came to America later, the spelling was simplified. And so is with many other American English and British English differences, as the adaptation of grammar took its part. See some examples:

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