• Study Metro RSS

  • Useful Links

  • PayPal

    Processing Fee
  • FB Messanger

Tips for Students Studying and Living in Canada

bigstock-group-of-young-female-college--35520692

 

Studying and working in Canada is a learning experience for international students. This is a great way for students to learn about other cultures, inside and outside, of the university. If you are looking to Study and Work Canada, you will find a few tips below to help you adjust to not only another culture, but to a different learning experience as well.

The First Days at the University

You can expect your first days to be a little confusing, but you have to remember that you are not only in a new school, but in a new country as well. Give it time, trust in yourself, and the people around you, and before long you will settle in and be ready to have the learning experience, and cultural experience of your life.

You should make sure to attend the orientation that is offered by the university when you first start. This is your best bet at getting to know the students, teachers, and making sure that you know your way around the campus, before classes start in earnest.

You will want to listen carefully to instructions on how to:

  • Maintain your visa and study permits
  • How to get around the campus
  • How to open a local bank account
  • Rules and regulations
  • How to buy books and supplies
  • Setting up your email and computer procedures

These are just a few of the important things that you will want to listen carefully to during orientation. Remember that you are in a different country, and you wanted to Study in Canada, so you need to learn their customs and ways of doing things.

Social Interactions

You will want to make friends as soon as possible, when you are living in Canada. Remember that you do not only want to study there, you want to work there after you graduate. If you are invited to an event, then you need to make sure that you arrive on time. If you have to cancel and appointment or skip an event, call, because Canadians are extremely punctual and may take your lateness as an insult.

 

 


%d bloggers like this: