Studying abroad is your downright decision of living in a new country for practically 3-4 years without any gaps. Hence, before you leave, you make sure that you pack everything you can that for at least some days while studying abroad. But often, packing ‘everything’ is what goes wrong.
Therefore, you always need to make a list of things you should pack and things you shouldn’t, or ask your education consultant to do so.
Items you definitely should NOT take with you in a foreign country to study:
- Glass bottles:
Bottles that are really heavy are something you should not pack. And, glass bottles are definitely a no-no when you’re packing to study abroad. The fact about glass is pretty clear. It can break any time inside your suitcase without any warning, and that can ruin the first day you spend in a new country completely.
Why pack food from your home country when you can try new stuff from a completely new one? Hence, packing food is not a good idea. Also, food items can cause issues at the airport. So, unless you want to open up all your suitcases on the airport just to throw out your favorite chocolates you hid in your suitcase, you should take precautions over it.
- Electronic items:
The education consultant in Karachi recommends not taking any electronic items other than the absolutely vital ones like your phone and laptop along with you. The voltage system in the new country may differ from your homeland that will cause your items to fry even with adaptors. Hence, precaution is necessary over this.
With the list provided by your education consultant in Pakistan, one can easily cut off the items they’ve already packed before they leave for a new country.