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7 Reasons why Costa Rica is the Perfect Vacation Destination for a Student

Costa Rica is a beautiful and safe country, so it’s no wonder that it’s on the radar of many students and expats. Being a...

Pros and cons of traveling in Costa Rica by land or air transport as a student

Vacation season is already around the corner, and it means that students will start picking up the most suitable destinations. Many young people are...

University students march in Costa Rica against budget restrictions

Thousands of students and workers from the five public universities of Costa Rica marched to Casa Presidencial on Tuesday to protest against restrictions on the use of those institutions' budgets. 

Pot popsicle lands high (school) student in hospital 

Police reportedly called the girl’s parents and issued a public call for students to avoid anything handed to them in the street (like strange frozen things in plastic bags).

Immigration police raid language school

Immigration authorities raided the offices of the English-language school Máximo Nivel Thursday, the Immigration Administration confirmed to The Tico Times Friday afternoon. Authorities told 15 people to report to the administration’s office to verify their immigration status, according to a statement from press representative.

Costa Rica remains most popular Latin American study abroad destination for US students

For the second year in a row, Costa Rica is the most popular destination for U.S. study abroad students in Latin America, according to the latest data. Argentina is second followed by Brazil. Mexico -- once the top destination -- has fallen to fourth reported the Institute of International Education.

16-year-old British student dies during climbing expedition in Costa Rica

Lucas Drummond, 16, died during a fall while rappelling down a rock face in Santa Ana, in west San José, on April 4. Drummond, an experienced climber, was leading an expedition of four along with a Costa Rican supervisors, but he was believed to be out of sight when the fatal fall occurred.

Three die in growing Venezuela protests

CARACAS, Venezuela – Protests against the Venezuelan government left at least three people dead and dozens injured, prompting President Nicolás Maduro to declare he would not fall as he ordered a clamp-down in cities across the country.

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