Month: November 2018

Why You Should Care About Your College’s Cost of Attendance

When you apply for financial aid, the amount you qualify for is largely based on the college’s cost of attendance. Yet,

3 Tips for Choosing a College That’s Affordable

Choosing the right college is one of the biggest decisions a high schooler will make. Yet according to a recent TD

8 Great High-Paying Part-Time Jobs for College Students

When I was in college, I had a part-time job making smoothies in a café. Although I did learn to

How to Pay for College If You Lose Federal Student Aid Eligibility

Federal student aid is a financial lifeline for college students. According to the College Board, the average undergraduate student received

10 Pros and Cons of Paying for College With a 529 Plan

Have you started a 529 plan yet? If you’re a parent, you might not have enough fingers to count the

6 Career Hacks to Build Your Credentials Without Returning to College

Building the career you want takes constant improvement, whether you’re hoping to advance within your field or transition to another

Guide to buy your technological equipment for the university

The summer holidays come to an end. For thousands and thousands of Spanish students this also implies a new course

The most economical city for university students

Thinking about studying outside of your city? Seville is one of the best cities to study, for its climate, its

The 2018/19 University Course begins!

On Wednesday, September 19, your new university adventure begins! Enjoy a unique stage in your life and remember that we

The rise in the price of credit and cuts in scholarships lead to greater university dropout

” Spain is among the most expensive countries to pursue higher education , and has a scholarship system located among