Nivedita Overseas Education Consultancy provides assistance even after the student reaches to his dream country. It is extremely important to feel comfortable in the completely undiscovered and new destination.
After having secured your admission and visa, you are getting ready fly to the country where you going to settle in the new country without any difficulties and pursue your studies abroad.
We are well aware that pre-departure orientation sessions are very important for your studies abroad to your success. We are committed to serve you at every step of your study abroad journey.Our counsellors are more supportive hosting pre-departure briefings then and there to help you navigate personal and cultural growth and prepare for life in your new country.
Our counsellors provide all information to you about the institutions of your ongoing studies and their responsibilities in taking care of your health , facilities and other needs
In our pre-departure briefings , you will be knowing a lot of information issues you are going to encounter in the new country You will be informed about the cultural differences you may conflict with the locals, the appropriate behaviour and decorum to be maintained, medical and emergency protocol to be followed. You will be briefed about the location of basic utilities, book stores, and safe entertainment venues around the campus. We also inform students about essential banking details and calling cards which they will be in need on an immediate basis.
The pre-departure briefing is a complete information package that ensures the student sensitized towards the country they are going to. It aims to make the students self-sufficient and empower them to survive in a new part of the world.
Insights into the local culture
Since we provide you with all the information about the local culture and customs , this knowledge will help you interact with your new classmates and faculty members more effectively.
Student life in your new country
When you study overseas, you will be able to mingle with your peers and adjust to a new learning environment, where there are different learning styles, classroom environments and expectations.
Learn to cook essentials like dal, rice, chapati and vegetables. Things to include:
Electronics are usually cheaper in the US but you may take them from India, if you want:
Talk to the seniors in your university and carry only the important books from India. Get some fundamental books for revision.
Banking and foreign exchange
One of the first things on your to-do list when you arrive in your new study country will be setting up a bank account. Having a local bank account will ensure that you have easy access to your money to pay for your accommodation, tuition fees and living expenses, and will allow your employer to deposit pay into your account if you choose to work.
Working while you study and advice on internships
Working while you study in Australia can help complement your study and living experience. We’ll discuss how to stay within the rules of your student visa and give you some tips on finding a good student job … plus, much more practical guidance and support.