Moving abroad to a new country can be both adventurous and overwhelming
During their tenure, students tend to face several challenges in the process of adjusting and adapting to a new environment. As a student, you certainly require all the support that you can get and have to stay well prepared with your research even before you sign up.
Primarily, it is extremely important to identify your basic language requirements. Enroll into a language course to learn the dialect of the country that you are going to. Read programme descriptions of your university meticulously before you register and get all the details. Services and support vary considerably between programmes and languages, and that is why, experts at IEC Abroad will get you thoroughly acquainted with the description and requirements of the course, along with any other relevant details.Besides this, you should also be able to get accustomed to the new surroundings with the help of an on-site orientation provided by the educational institution.
While the classes in the school will help you learn your lessons, they will also provide you with general tips and information about the town or the city that you are living in.
Gather all the information that you can about living and studying in the host country. At IEC Abroad, we will alleviate all your doubts about the people, culture, and way of life, well before your departure. You can get more information about other students’ experiences from our study board advisers.
IEC Abroad’s study consultants will provide you with information about your accommodation, and pricing. Every detail is provided to you in advance, since on boarding arrangements might vary from programme to programme. We will also ensure that you get all the local support that you need when you arrive alone.Alternatively, if the institution does have a residential facility, our experts will liaise with the university for you.
Don’t forget to attend the orientation for international students at your university. You can also obtain a guidebook about the neighbourhoods, and various attractions of your destination.
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Maintain a good balance between your social and academic life. Skip last-minute stresses when you plan ahead and stay organised.
- Chart a time table
- Resolve doubts
Financial survival is extremely important
- Local bank account
- Reduce daily expenditure
- Reduce daily expenditure
- – Share accommodation
- – Bus Passes
- – Shop During sales
Create a packing checklist so that you do not miss anything
- Select your luggage carefully
- Organise everything including your documents
- Keep a carry bag
- Toiletries and first aid
Socialise for a successful student and professional life
- Meet with your professors
- Get a membership to communities
- Attend networking events
- Social media connect
- Alumini connect
It is not uncommon to get homesick
- Remain socially connected
- Eat healthy and exercise regularly
- Travel around
- Get expressive
Develop job skills and soft skills
- Seek internships
- Attend skill building programs
- Stay alert for career opportunities
- Reach out to the educational institutes career centre