This study abroad guide covers everything from general visa applications to getting enrolled in a foreign country, dealing with homesickness to coming back to your homeland after completing your degree. It also includes tips on travel during your study abroad adventure and some advice on managing finances as well.
Convincing parents… the most crucial one
This is the most delicate and important part for anyone who wants to go for foreign education. Most parents are not in favor of sending their kids to faraway places for a degree. To convince them you need to tell them about the pros of studying abroad. And that you are going to come back safe with a bright future ahead.
Getting in touch with an educational consultant
Once you are done convincing your parents, go in search of a trusted and well reputable educational consultant who will guide you about your study abroad trip and everything that you need to know.
Finally the toughest part, visa application. Every country has different requirements on this. Log on to the official website of your desired country to get official details about applying for a visa.
Get yourself enrolled in a reputable university in a program that you want to study. Your education consultant will help you with this.
Bag packing for abroad
Fitting your entire life in a single suitcase is surely an art. Pack essentials only and be smart with whatever you are taking with you because you are not sure of the weather conditions there.
Avoid homesickness by getting yourself indulged in the stuff that makes you feel excited and diverts your attention from your home.
Save your bank
Always look out for ways to save a few bucks. Make most of your student’s ID card and try your level best to avail all possible student discounts.
Traveling on weekends
Find places to travel on weekends, take lots of photographs and live the study abroad life at its best.