Completing a university degree is challenging but even more so if you choose to do it in a foreign country. A new place, new people, and a new language: all three could add pressure to your already demanding academic endeavors. Lucky for you, we have compiled a number of recommendations that will make the transition a lot more enjoyable.
- Explore the local environment to familiarize yourself with the new place:
- Engage on and off campus:
- Expand your English vocabulary and educate yourself along the way:
Lastly, remember to be patient, open-minded, and adventurous. The move to a foreign place could certainly be nerve-racking, but it also teaches you a lot about yourself and about others. If you prepare for the differences and open yourself to learning how to appreciate them, I guarantee you will have a great time in the United States. Enjoy!