Category: US

Why we chose to study in the US

You’re thinking about studying abroad. You can’t wait to start your adventure. But there’s just one problem – you don’t know which country to pick. So how do you choose?...

5 American idioms that you need to know

A few weeks ago we shared our video on common British idioms. Now INTO Marshall University’s Ashley has listed some popular American idioms that often confuse international students… English can be difficult...

INTO Book Month: My favourite bookshop

Call us old-fashioned, but despite the ease of online ordering, we’re still fans of the classic bookshop-on-the-corner. So we asked some of our team to share their favourites… Empire Books...

10 questions, 1 teacher: INTO OSU

Carly Gerig, an English teacher at INTO Oregon State University talks about life as a teacher in the US… What’s your teaching style? “I try to make all my classes...

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...

5 ways to stay healthy while studying abroad

Late nights, sugary snacks, too much time spent indoors… when you’re a student, it’s all too easy to fall into unhealthy habits. But it doesn’t have to be that way...