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What does a typical day look like for an international student?

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    Northeastern University

    Northeastern University

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    Typically, a student would start off that day by attending lectures on campus, then they are often found at the library working on group projects, are doing individual assignments. A lot of our students go on working part time on campus. Then they spend some time with the friends and family or explore new places in the city.

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    IDP Education

    IDP Education

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    Now, most lectures and tutorials start at eight thirty am, so most of the students will be on the train or on the bus to the university by 7:00 a.m. you will be visiting your regular coffee shops. If and if you are organized, you would have had your breakfast by 7:00. You would also be working in group projects, meet new people from all different backgrounds, and most students will be staying back after their classes at an amazing laboratories to finish a group assignments or find themselves hanging around the uni.

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