Category: INTO Centres

5 steps to enhancing your employability

Got a dream career in mind? You can start taking steps to boost your employability before you even graduate.  International study is just one way to impress potential employers, so...

INTO USF: 10 Questions, 1 Teacher

As part of our 10 Questions, 1 Teacher series, INTO spoke to Krista Bittenbender Royal who works at INTO University of South Florida on the English Language Program, teaching English...

Top tips for food shopping on a student budget

Sick of cheap cardboard pizza yet? Still convincing yourself that microwave chips count as part of your daily vegetable allowance (well, they’re made of potatoes, aren’t they)? When you’re ay...

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Out & About: Winter in Newcastle

In case you haven’t guessed from our recent posting history, at INTO we’re really loving winter. And one student from INTO Newcastle University feels the same. Lidia Shabaeva, from Russia,...

Student Experience: My first Thanksgiving in the USA

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving in the US – but what exactly does that mean? Truck-sized turkeys? Rivers of cranberry sauce? Towers of pumpkin pie? Actually, there’s more to this traditional American...

Taste Test: 6 classic British dishes

British cuisine is a strange and mysterious thing to many international students. Why do Brits eat Yorkshire “pudding” as part of a main course? What’s a “banger”? And is there...

INTO Gangnam Style!

Yup, it’s true – INTO has officially gone Gangnam Style (well let’s face it, it was only a matter of time). On 6th November, INTO University of East Anglia students...

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How to haggle in China…with confidence

We’re chuffed that INTO China has made it into the top 10 of Abroad101’s best short-term programmes – and better still, it was voted for by students! The award, from...