Visiting any foreign country for studying, working and living can be tedious and complex in the beginning. Likewise, students who are getting ready to fly may get stressed. We at Aus Studies, understand students such circumstances and always keep ourselves alert to provide the necessary assistance it requires.
To every visa granted student, we counsel individuals and often provide a group orientation about air ticketing, travel guide, accommodation, air port pick etc. To ease your initial days on foreign land, we organize travel, stay and culture training as you might get it so important.
The main objectives of such training are to make the students feel comfortable living in a foreign country and avoid/minimize culture shock. We will brief you on what to expect while living and studying abroad and plan for challenges you might face during your stay.
Here are the important to-do lists that you can check before getting your bag packed:
Treatments are very expensive abroad, in particular Dental and Eye Care. So getting a full-body checked up before you leave is a wise step. Also, fulfil the country's requirement of mandatory vaccinations, so check that out and start early. You can carry some basic medicines which are expensive abroad.
Luggage and hand bags:
The total linear dimensions of each check-in bag should not exceed 158 cm. Total weight must not exceed 20 to 25 kg. Again, this varies from flight to flight. You are allowed to carry one handbag. The maximum weight of hand baggage should not exceed a specific limit, usually 5 to 10 kg. If you are travelling with a group of friends, you can share your luggage with someone under the limit. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) locks are a must.
Essentials for cooking:
Learn to cook essentials like dal, rice and vegetables. You can carry a Pressure cooker of 3 to 7 litres, some traditional masala and spices. But many things as such are easily available abroad.
Travel and ID documents