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Setting up broadband and phone services in Ireland

Setting up broadband and phone services in Ireland

Whether you’re living near the busy and tourist-friendly Temple Bar in Dublin, are close enough to Cork racecourse to hear the cheering crowds, or have already kissed the Blarney Stone, there’s lots to see and do while living and studying in Ireland.   Wherever you are and whatever you’re doing, you’ll want to keep in touch with friends and family at home and might need to set up your own broadband too. So, here’s what you need to know about

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5 Reasons to volunteer while studying abroad

5 Reasons to volunteer while studying abroad

Today employers want to see that little bit more from candidates. If you choose to remain in that same country to find a job, you may wish to supplement your international student status with some volunteer work to really stand out. This is sometimes where international students go wrong, because they tend to go back home outside of term and spend time with family during the holidays.   But why does volunteering give you that extra bit of edge

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Obama vs Romney presidential campaign: The main issues

Obama vs Romney presidential campaign: The main issues

For international students studying abroad in the US, amongst the studying, football and exams there’s one other hot topic dominating the social scene: the 2012 Presidential election. Although international students aren’t able to vote, that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be well informed about the issues. For political science majors, it’s one of the best learning experiences (plus it’s free!) and our student editor covers the

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