High school dorm offers $25,000 gift to a foreign student
When you’re on the move, you might need a few places to crash.
But with an international student residency program, you can take advantage of a friend’s home to stay.
That’s what happened to a 16-year-old college student from the Philippines, who has been in the United States for five years and is now living at the University of San Diego.
“I am a very bright student,” said the young woman.
“But I also want to get a good education.
But it wasn’t easy. “
My family is very wealthy and they supported me in my studies.
But it wasn’t easy.
I had to go to school, and I was in such a rush, I didn’t sleep.”
She is now in a new apartment and looking forward to starting her sophomore year.
“It is a nice, spacious apartment,” said Lorna, a 23-year old college student.
“The rooms are clean and well-organized.
There is a library, a gym, and a small garden.”
She said she has had the opportunity to study in Europe and Asia.
“In Japan, I met many great people and made new friends,” said another young Filipino college student, Doreen.
“One of my best friends is a professor from India.
Here are some tips for staying with friends during your stay in the U.S. and Canada: Make a list of all the people you want to stay with. “
This is also the best opportunity to meet other people and be with other students.”
Here are some tips for staying with friends during your stay in the U.S. and Canada: Make a list of all the people you want to stay with.
“Make a list,” said Doree.
“Every time I go home, I always make a list.”
Make sure you have a place to stay for the entire semester.
You don’t want to make a mistake in your plan.
“Do not get too excited about staying with people,” said Tania.
“They might not have much time to spend with you.
Make sure your plan is good.”
Make plans to meet people.
“Plan out your meals so that you can meet people,” she said.
“You might want to come to a dinner party or go to a coffee shop.”
Dorey said she would like to meet her friends, and she has plans to stay in California for a couple of months.
But she is wary of making plans that could end up hurting her chances for college.
“There are a lot of bad people in this world, so I don’t know how I will deal with the bad people.
I’m trying to be strong and make sure that I don, too,” she told National Geographic.
If you’re looking for roommates, the best option is to look for students who share similar interests.
“Students should be like sisters.
They should be friends,” Lornas said.
The best option for the young Filipino student who has decided to stay abroad is to find a room in a dormitory.
“Find a dorm with a roommate.
You should find someone who is similar to you,” she explained.
“Then you can make a plan together and plan to stay together.”
To find a new roommate, visit www.sansunrise.com.
You can also find a list by clicking here.
This article was originally published on National Geographic Travel.