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Things You Should Know While Planning Your Studies Abroad

Planning a trip to study abroad is not less than any adventure. If you are planning to choose your abroad study program, make sure that you find travel insurance plans that support student travel and help with any problem while you are participating in independent adventure. It might be possible that you don t get a ticket or comfortable hostel, but student travel insurance will definitely provide you with assistance whenever necessary.

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Here are some amazing tips for students who are looking to travel to a foreign soil to take up different academic courses.

1. Apply for a Passport and a Student Visa

It is important to have a valid passport to study abroad. Double check your passport to be sure that it’s not expired and it doesn’t expire within 6 months of your intended return to the country. In case you have previously travelled abroad, make sure your passport includes blank pages. If you don’t have a passport, don’t forget to take the following documents when applying for it:

  • Your Birth Certificate
  • 2 recent passport sized photos
  • Certified identification (such as driver’s license)
  • Your passport application

Once you get your passport, the next step is to get your Student visa.

Different countries have different visa requirements, so carefully mull over your intended destination’s rules and regulations. You can check these details on the Government Websites. Students can also contact the nearest embassy of the country in order to receive information regarding visa requirements and travel restrictions. Your visa application may take a long time to process, so don’t delay in applying.

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2. Visit Your Doctor

Plan a visit to your doctor. When you are planning to go abroad for your studies, you may need a certificate from your doctor stating that you are physically fit. Do not forget to bring a copy of your medical records, it will prove to be handy if you meet any medical emergency out of country.

In case you need any prescribed drugs for your critical medical condition and you want to carry it abroad for the entire duration, when you are there for your studies, you can do so only if prescribed drugs are carried correctly in labelled containers.

3. Buy Travel Insurance

You should buy a travel insurance plan that offers coverage against any travel related unfortunate events like medical emergencies, accidents, flight delays or cancelations. Your health insurance policy may provide coverage abroad, but there are several things that are only covered under a student travel insurance policy.

4. Do a Research about Your Destination

Take time to research about the cultures and traditions of the country where you are going to study. This will help you get accustomed to your destination’s culture, history, economy, and socio political situations. This will help you ensure that your study abroad experience will more meaningful.

Talk to people who have been already living in that country, watch movies, read more about the country, and learn about the country’s culture.

You may also like to Read: Student Travel Insurance Features

5. Refresh Your Language Skills

Even if you are aware of the most basic of phrases used in the country where you are going for your studies, you may still need to learn the local language. This can push you off any language barriers when you finally land in the country. You can take help from your friends, or download language assistance apps.

6. Take Care of Cash

  • Set up an online account - In case you don't have an online bank account, make sure that you set it up before moving to that country. It's the easiest way to deal with money when you’re abroad.
  • Notify Your Bank and Credit Card Companies that you’ll be Abroad - It is mandatory to tell your current bank and Credit Card Company or companies about your foreign study plan. Otherwise, your account may get blocked while transacting abroad.
  • Pack Some Extra Cash - Make sure that you carry extra cash up to $100-$200 to survive for the first few days. It is obvious that you will be stuck in so many important works, finding an ATM, bank or a Foreign exchange outlet may prove to be a daunting task. If you are unable to obtain the currency at your own country, do not panic you can easily get it at the airport’s foreign exchange counters.

7. Packing Tips

Last but not the least is reading about your airline to know their luggage allowances to avoid additional fees on extra luggage.

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