How to Study Abroad as a Transfer Student

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How to Study Abroad as a Transfer Student A transfer student is someone who wishes to transfer from their study institution to another university. If you are a student who is interested in studying abroad as a transfer student you need to plan everything from your course to college and finances to ensure that your study journey is a successful one. Studying abroad as a transfer student is an exciting experience. To make the most of your time as a transfer student you need to use a bit of foresight- like getting a student travel discount card. A student discount card can give you access to excellent benefits like student travel discounts discounts at hotels restaurants adventure parks etc.

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If you are planning to study as a transfer student here are a few useful tips to help you hit the ground running-  Take advice from a guidance counsellor Once you start looking for study abroad programs you may find yourself overwhelmed with the opportunities. Hence the best way to ensure that you choose a befitting course and college is by speaking to a guidance counsellor. You can tell the counsellor about your expectations and requirements and accordingly the counsellor will suggest the best suited options.  Do some homework Do some homework online- read reviews from alumni who have completed the same program you are interested in. Further universities usually have the contact of alumni transfer students so you can ask for their help. Plus you can even research online to learn more about different study abroad programs.  Put forth your best in the application Pen down your essay in such a way that it showcases your academic ambitions and interests detailing why you wish to study a course. Further also focus on your own reasons for wanting to study at that institution. Not only your academic achievements also write about extra-curricular achievements and other interests.

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 Remember to clear standardized testing International transfer students may also have to submit scores for standardized testing with their transfer application. Standardized testing can include aptitude tests or language proficiency exams. To ensure a streamlined process ensure that you sit for the tests that are required as a part of the application form.  Recommendation letters Recommendation letters are authorizations by your faculty or work supervisors about your academic or professional achievements. Most study institutions abroad require students to submit recommendation letters with their application. If you are a transfer student interested in studying abroad but worried that it may not be feasible financially don’t worry your ISIC card can make things simpler for you Yes International Student Identity Card is your straight ticket to various discounts that you would need as a student from student travel discounts to discounts on food accommodation international SIM cards spa wellness centres retail shops adventure parks pharmacy book stores and many more. ISIC is definitely your best buddy abroad

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