Paris, Melbourne, Tokio, Sidney y Londres, son ese orden las 5 mejores ciudades para los estudiantes internacionales según dio a conocer la firma consultora Quacquarelli Symonds (QS).
It was death by dye: Six years ago, I innocently added a few caramel streaks to my brunette locks and got hooked on hair color. Before long, I was a double-process blonde.
Ah, the language barrier. No matter how much you're looking forward to your trip abroad, you can't ignore that nagging worry about interacting with people who speak a different language - and potential situations ranging from difficult to ego-crushing. Rest assured, however, that no one expects you…
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