How to Survive Your First Week of Study Abroad

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Settling down in a new country can be a difficult task at the start as you would be experiencing a new culture, environment, and people. But, here are a few tips that can help you ensure that you won’t take much time to set in.

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How to Survive Your First Week of Study Abroad Going to abroad for study can be one of the biggest examples of stepping out of your comfort zone. Moving out of your home and going to a new country can be a life-changing experience. It may seem tough at the start but you can bet on it that it will be one of the most enriching journeys of life. But regardless of how you plan study abroad transition first few days of your study journey can seem a little edgy. You may find yourself distraught and home sick however you need to understand that it happens with most and there is nothing to panic.

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When you set foot in a new country the people the culture the food in true sense almost everything is a drastic change for you and it can be hard to completely prepare yourself for what is in offing. However this does not mean that you need to take everything as it comes your way you can prepare yourself prior to your departure to ensure that things don’t come as a big surprise. Don’t worry we have got it all covered for you. Read on to know how you can make that edgy first week of your abroad study easy and fun. How to survive your first week of study abroad Settling down in a new country can be a difficult task at the start as you would be experiencing a new culture environment and people. But here are a few tips that can help you ensure that you won’t take much time to set in- Get familiar with your study destination While there is still time to embark on your study journey why not put this time to use Read about your study destination its culture people and other things to help yourself feel at home when you are there. A little homework can help you a great deal

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Blend in when you are there Once you are there tour your campus mingle with people and network with the locals. The lesser time you take to mingle with people the easier it will be for you to settle in. Stay in touch with family It is normal to feel homesick so keep in touch with family through phone email video calls etc. Click pictures and share with family to keep your people updated. Plan a schedule The earlier you plan and start your schedule the better it will be for you. Having a routine will ensure that you are busy and you do not feel bored. Your schedule should not only include studies and related stuff but extracurricular activities and things that interest you And don’t forget to get a card which offers student discounts

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Why you need a student discount card One of your best buddies abroad is a student discount card which offers discounts in abroad on things that you would need as a student. ISIC discount card is one of the best student cards because it is valid in over 125 countries across the world at more than 150000 discount locations. It is the only UNESCO endorsed student card and getting ISIC will make you eligible for Global Study Awards Scholarship. So together with discounts in abroad you can make your study affordable with scholarship worth £10000. Get your ISIC today Reach US – ISIC India DLF Tower-C IInd Floor Cyber Green DLF Phase-III Gurgaon Haryana - 122002 India Visit - https://isic.co.in/

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