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Friday, 24 January 2020

10 common mistakes to avoid when you’re studying in a foreign country !!



The opportunity to expand knowledge and cultural boundaries is an important opportunity for many, although there can be various obstacles along the way. Just like other first-year university students, international students must adjust to a brand-new atmosphere and culture. Here are 10 common mistakes to avoid when you’re studying in a foreign country.

1. Hanging out with too many people from your country
As humans, we’re naturally drawn to people who are similar to us. While there’s nothing wrong with developing strong friendships with people who share the same culture, language, and identity, the challenge is learning how to break out of that circle to intentionally meet different people.

University is the ideal time to meet people with different perspectives and lifestyles. One possible way to avoid the temptation to spend time with only people from home is to have different friend groups that you rotate your time around.

2. Too much communication with family and friends from home
Similarly, it’s normal to be homesick and wants to communicate with your family and friends from back home when you first move to a new country. With social media, it’s so easy to talk with anyone at any time, but you may lose the opportunity to broaden your horizons in the community you’re currently in.

Instead of cutting off all communication with people from home, set a schedule where you only talk with them a few times a week, making sure your communication doesn’t hinder your other friend-making opportunities on campus.

3. Poor work-life balance
When traveling to a new place, students can either be too focused on academics or too focused on having fun rather than receiving a good education. Students should strive to find a middle ground where they’re able to balance school and work with other important aspects of university life, like socializing, religion, and hobbies.

A great way to have a good work-life balance is to plan ahead, either using a traditional hand-written agenda or your smartphone. Students should also be realistic about how much time they need to accomplish certain activities and not feel ashamed if they need to step down from something if they can’t handle it. Part of a university is learning how to take control of your own schedule and managing your time wisely.

4. Not getting off campus enough
Every university is different—some are centered in a more urban environment, where everything is within walking distance, while others are more spread out and require cars as the main mode of transportation. You may be concerned about how you’ll get around if you can’t get a license and/or purchase a personal vehicle.

Even if you don’t have your own car, there are still ways to explore off-campus. Ridesharing, carpooling with friends, public transportation, and campus shuttles are other alternatives. Students should research the area and ask upperclassmen about the best spots to visit in the area.

5. Not asking for help enough
Not understanding something, whether in the classroom or about university procedures, in general, can lead some students to feel ashamed or embarrassed. As a result, many simply fail to ask for help out of fear they’ll be ridiculed or looked down upon.

By not asking questions, students miss out on the opportunity to learn and grow their confidence. Although self-reliance is important, it’s better to ask a professor, faculty member, or fellow student to avoid unnecessary mistakes. In general, people on university campuses are happy to help. College isn’t meant to be a journey you do on your own!

6. Being afraid to give their own opinion in class
As universities become more political and discussion-based, some students may be afraid to voice their opinions in class. You may hesitate to ask questions out of fear of being ridiculed for not understanding. Likewise, other students may hesitate to voice their opinions in fear that it’s too radically different.

But college should be a place where students can disagree and learn from different perspectives. Make it a goal to participate at least once every session (if classes are participation based) or to talk to the professor about changing the atmosphere if you feel the environment isn’t welcoming to a diverse set of opinions.

7. Not knowing how to professionally communicate with professors
Unlike secondary school, you’ll most likely need to communicate with your professors outside the classroom via email or phone. Because this skill isn’t really necessary before university, many students struggle with basic professionalism and may inadvertently create a bad impression of themselves.

In addition, those who still don’t feel confident with their English may worry about sending professional emails. In this case, you should ask a peer to edit your emails before you send them. It may also be helpful to write a list of questions beforehand to ask your professor in person if you’re worried about what to say.

8. Not looking into available internships or scholarships
Unfortunately, because many internships or scholarships are only for natives, some people don’t bother to look into opportunities available for international students. While most government-sponsored programs are only for natives, many privately sponsored opportunities are open to all students. Students should research online or ask their college for specific resources.

9. Bringing too many things from home
While this temptation isn’t as strong for international students, it’s easy to want to take all the comforts of home to your campus dormitory. The reality is, you won’t end up needing most of the stuff you think you’ll need. Having a crowded room can be overwhelming (and troublesome for your roommates) and can also create unnecessary stress during the move-in process.

Additionally, most international students will need to find storage in the summer, and storing a lot of things can be troublesome and costly. To avoid this, create a list and think honestly about how many times a school year you’ll actually use an item.

10. Going over your budget
When moving to a new country, it’s normal to not know how much you’ll spend on things. In order to prevent going over budget, students should write down estimated monthly costs and how much they plan on receiving. Will you be making money from an on-campus or part-time job? Will your parents be giving you a set monthly allowance?

It’s important to know exactly how much money you think you’ll receive and how much you think you’ll spend, always overestimating your spending. Students should separate expenses into categories (food, clothes, entertainment) and stick to those numbers.

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5 Reasons Montreal Is the Perfect City for Students !!



This is Montreal, the largest city in Canada’s province of Quebec and one of the most distinctive travel destinations in North America. With excellent options for higher education, it’s also the perfect city for a college student. Here are five reasons why.

1. An identity of diversity
Montreal is one of the most diverse cities on the continent, with one in every four residents of the Greater Montreal area being an immigrant. Quebec is a French-speaking province, but 55% of the population is bilingual in French and English, so you’ll get around just fine if English is your only language.
Two of the city’s top universities use English as the primary language of instruction. McGill University is ranked as one of the top universities in the world and has produced 12 Nobel Laureates, and Concordia University—the largest university in Canada by enrolment—boasts the prestigious John Molson School of Business.
And if you do want to learn French, there are ample opportunities to do so. Quebec’s Ministry of Immigration offers free courses both in-person and online.


2. No car? No problem
Even if you aren’t able to bring your car to Montreal, the city has ample ways to get around. Montreal has 400 miles of bike paths, making it a relatively easy city to navigate on two wheels, which helps international students a lot. There’s also a robust public transportation system with a four-line subway system and bus routes that crisscross virtually every part of the island.


3. World-class learning institutions
With 11 universities, 60 colleges (private and public) and 7 school boards, Greater Montréal offers a wide array of disciplines to study in, whether at the university, college or vocational level. The universities in the city enjoy an excellent reputation with more than 200,000 students, including over 35,000 international students. What’s more, with the largest pool of university researchers, the Greater Montréal research hub is one of the most highly funded in Canada.

4. An affordable city
With a population of over 4 million, Greater Montréal stands out for its low cost of living. In fact, housing is twice as affordable as many big cities in North America and Europe. The cost of housing is therefore quite favourable for students who decide to come study in Montréal.

5. A promising job market
Greater Montréal has experienced the best job growth among the 20 largest urban areas in Canada and the U.S. (+3.6%) in 2017[2]. Moreover, it ranks first in the Americas for foreign investment [3]. With its favourable job market, international students with a study permit can gain experience in leading-edge industries such as aerospace, visual effects, video games, big data, virtual reality, life sciences and health technologies, or even fintech.

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How International Students Can Deal with Stress?


How International Students Can Deal with Stress?

Being away from home by studying abroad can be difficult. No matter how much you love what you’re studying, you’ll still struggle with being away from your family and living in such a new and different environment.

International students usually have a lot more to think about than just their studies, and this can cause them to deal with piles more of stress. This can take a toll on their everyday lives and make their stay difficult. Here are some of the most common problems international students face and how they can be dealt with.

The culture shocks

The first thing that usually causes stress to international students is culture shock. When you’ve spent your entire life in one country, lived a certain way, and gotten used to a particular everyday life, change can be pretty difficult.

The biggest issue is that most of the changes all come in a matter of hours. The scenery is different, the new city moves at a different pace, and everything is unfamiliar. No matter how much a person was looking forward to expanding their knowledge by studying abroad, such a big change can be overwhelming.

If you don’t have the ability to travel to that country before you have to live there, the best thing you can do is prepare yourself as much as possible for the stay. Watch videos, read articles and educate yourself about the special culture you’ll experience. While you won’t be able to find out everything about your new home online, you’ll manage to have a pretty good idea about it, and you’ll be more prepared for the culture you’ll find after you spend a few days in the new country.


Financial issues

Many students who study abroad do so thanks to scholarships. While being able to expand your horizons and gain so much knowledge is an amazing thing, it isn’t always financially easy for everyone. Some countries can simply be more expensive to live in than others and there are students who struggle to make ends meet.

It’s not uncommon for international students to try and land a job on top of their studies. Finding a balance between working and studying can be stressful, and not only can it leave the student feeling exhausted mentally and physically, it can also make them less social than they typically are.

While many universities offer financial aid programs, it’s not an option for everyone as they may be even more worried about paying the debt off. The costs of living and studying abroad don’t just apply to university expenses either. Students also have to eat, buy clothes, and pay for things like public transportation.

Most students who struggle financially end up not being able to go out as often and connect with their peers. That can cause a lot of loneliness, and it can be hard to deal with for a young person. The best thing is to ask for financial advice from a professional. Many universities offer the help of a financial advisor who will be able to guide you through your issues. Along with that, you can try to find freelance or part-time on-campus jobs (depending on what your visa allows). Many freelance jobs, like copywriters and translators, are more compatible with the lifestyle of a student and pay well after you’ve gained some experience.


The language barrier

Another problem that causes students stress is the language barrier. Even if the person studying abroad is fluent in the country’s language, it can still be difficult to communicate with others because of many accents and dialects.

While you may be able to get used to that after a while, talking and understanding someone’s speech is completely different from studying in another country. In most cases, based on what you’re studying, the terminology can be difficult and that can take a toll on your studies.

While things will get better the more practice you get, it’s usually better if you make the situation a little easier for yourself in the first place. Before deciding which country, you wish to study in, learn some of the languages or to pick a destination with enough time for you to perfect your knowledge of the language. You can always ask friends to help you practice and study with them.


Not feeling safe in the new country

The big problem that causes many international students’ anxiety is living in a country they don’t feel safe in. At the beginning of their journey, everything might seem ideal. You found a cheap place close to the campus, and it generally looks like everything will work in your favor.

In many cases, choosing a place to stay over the internet can come with consequences. You’ll end up having high expectations and the situation can disappoint you a lot more than it should. Living near campus might be convenient, but it could be dangerous if you don’t know the city well.

A good idea is to try and find accommodations through your university. If there are dorms available, you can stay there. This option is usually available to international students and will provide you with a safer and more pleasant experience until you get to know the city you’re now living in better.


Missing family

Another problem international student has to deal with is missing their families. Being away from home is never easy, and no matter how excited you are for your new life to start, you’ll always miss your house, your bed, the members of your family, and your friends.

The more introverted a person is, the more difficult it will be to bond with new people and fill the gap of the people you’re missing. Focusing on your studies is important and will help you remember your purpose in this new situation. Your family won’t go anywhere while you’re away. They’ll miss you too, but the best thing you can do is make them proud. Call and video chat with them often so you see each other whenever possible.


Adjusting to a new way of life can be tricky

Living and studying abroad is definitely not an easy task. Everything around you will be new, and you’ll have to learn how to be respectful toward other people and their culture. The benefits of studying abroad are many, and there’s no struggle that should change your mind when it comes to going through such an amazing experience.
 
You’ll definitely feel stressed during your first few weeks, and it will take you a while to get used to the new surroundings. The key is to not give up and let all the stress overwhelm you.


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Making New Year’s Resolution as a Student !!



It’s a brand-new year which means a brand-new start. Making resolutions is a perfect way to make this new start a good one is an international student. For those who aren’t familiar with the concept of New Year’s resolutions, it is a tradition in which people set individual goals to improve upon their lives in the coming year. Popular resolutions include health & fitness related things, changing dietary habits, learning a new skill, traveling, etc. Before starting to make your list of resolutions, it’s important to know how to go about making them as a student.

Getting started
You’ll want to start making your New Year’s resolutions by brainstorming ideas and writing them all down. Then, it’s always a good idea to set a time frame. Write down the date when you expect the resolution to be completed next to each resolution and cross them off as you finish them. You can even write them on your calendar if you prefer!

Set realistic goals
One of the biggest mistakes people make when making their New Year’s resolutions is setting unrealistic goals. Make sure that you are able to reach the goals you set. For example, a freshman in college might not want to set a goal to find a full-time salaried job just yet. Instead, set a goal to get a part-time job on-campus or to join a club or organization.

Make them about you or those around you
New Year’s resolutions are all about improving your quality of life abroad and finding new ways to get to learn better from your study format. This is a time when it’s okay to be a little bit on the selfish side. Of course, if you aren’t a selfish kind of person, it’s admirable to make your resolution about other people. A great resolution for a college student would be to start communicating and spending time with family more often to ease the difficulty that comes with distance.

Hold yourself accountable to see the best results
It’s very common for people to make resolutions and never see them through.  Plans can change, goals might not always be reached and that is perfectly fine. But if you want to see real improvement, try to see your resolution all the way through. Create an action plan of how you’ll accomplish your goal. Outlining steps on how you will reach your goal helps you hold yourself accountable. For example, if you want to increase your GPA, start studying up on ways to perfect your essays and make a schedule for meeting with your professors.



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Why you should apply for Canada in Coming Intake?

Canada is the top favorite destination for students for further studies. Every year the number of students traveling to Canada is increasing extensively. Canada is the world’s most educated country with a literacy rate of 99%. There are more than 100 colleges/universities in Canada.
Now, universities and colleges in Canada are heading towards May 2020 intake. If anyone is looking forward to studying in Canada, then the admissions for May 2020 Intake in Canada have begun. If your IELTS score is ready, apply for Canada Student Visa and take off for May 2020 Intake in Canada.

Education Facilities
The English language is used as a medium of instruction in the majority of the programs, which grants a variety of choice for native speakers and the chance to practice for non-native speakers who want to perfect their language skills. The Canadian education system offers three degrees: bachelor's, masters, and doctorate degrees. As an international student, you have a choice to begin or complete your education. Similar to other countries, there are both public and private universities. Tuition fees for public universities average between 7,500 and 22,500 CAD per year, while tuition for private universities tends to be higher. There are 96 universities and more than 150 colleges in the Canadian land so you can choose which institute fits you the best from this giant bunch.

Top Colleges/Universities
You know it already how Canada is turning out to be The educational focal point of this world and ever wondered what is the reason behind it? It’s none other than the country’s prestigious colleges and universities, which do not settle for anything less than the best quality of overall educational experience for just for you! Centennial College, Humber College, Seneca College, George Brown College, Red River College, McGill University, University of Waterloo, University of Alberta, University of British Columbia, University of Toronto and many more such top-notch institutes hold a global recognition and will help you in achieving your dreams!

Benefits of Studying
The bonuses and perks of studying in Canada are limitless. The country has superior academic standards and quality control which provide students with a sense of security about their future and profession. The country offers affordable education in comparison to its fellow western counterparts which doesn’t encumber the student. Enjoy a stress-free student life with Canada’s post-secondary campuses which are not only wired with the latest sophisticated technology but also offer countless other modern amenities for the students to enjoy. The degree is internationally recognized so you don’t have to worry about your employment opportunities being restricted to just a single country. Wherever you go your degree will hold value. One cannot stress enough how important it is in the real world to step out of your comfort zone and network. You will come across such a diverse population which will help shape your personality and make you a market-ready professional. You will also be allotted limited working hours as a student which will help you sustain a living and bear your expenses by yourself. Now isn’t that a brownie point?

So, what are you waiting for? Shape your future in the best possible manner by studying in Canada as soon as possible. Confused about how, to begin with, the same? Apply for April 2020 with Future Link Consultants as we will address all your queries and provide genuine guidance. Also, you will get to avail special offers like application fee waiver, scholarship, discount on tuition fees, airport pick-up, accommodation and more.
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