Hallo, pals! Miss us much?
While Peach is busy being a Korean diva and working her butt off at the Korean Centre, I travelled to Singapore for my studies. (Yes, more studies, MOAR 😈)
First impression: Absolute bliss. First few days I was like a tourist, I spent my time hopping on and off the bus, and familiarising myself with the super efficient SMRT system. I ate out a lot, finally paid a visit to DAISO (oh Daiso! the land where everything is $2), bought weather-friendly clothes (MUJI and COTTON ON ❤ ), and did the usual touristy attractions. I was blown away by the convenience of living in this tiny country. Again, these were only the first few days, what was referred to as the “Honeymoon Period” in a talk at my University. When everything is glorious, attractive, and you’re basically a sport and willing to accept a new place as your own for the next year or so.
~One Week Later
When you decide to study in a foreign country, i.e. a country different from the one where your mother gave birth to you, then there are certain parameters that need to be considered and weighted.
It is not just about the course, or the university. Mostly, it is about financing your education and the future prospects of procuring returns.
Hello fellow travel lovers!
If you’re an International Student, or you just can’t wait to start packing for your study abroad, this post is for you!
As an international student, you’ve got a lot to soak in within a limited amount of time. Here are a few tips on how to make the most out of your experience studying abroad!
Hm. So, you want to study “abroad”, is it? Travel to distant lands, befriend strangers, please your taste buds with unexplored cuisines, experience varied cultures & traditions, and take a bite out of independent living?