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Pre Departure Services

International Departure services

International Departure Services

Ardent Overseas Education Consultants organizes pre-departure training sessions for students and our advisers make every effort to resolve doubts.

In addition, it has been observed that the majority of students traveling abroad face confusion and agitation at the airport, in transit, landing, baggage, etc. kinds of tensions

You have finally left for a new great adventure, congratulations! We know it sounds a little intimidating, but believe us, the best is yet to come. And we are here to accompany you all along.

To help you prepare for life in your new country, we organize several pre-departure sessions throughout the year. Come to one, and we will take away all your apprehensions.

From visiting to belonging
Our pre-departure sessions will help you seize top opportunities for personal and cultural growth during your stay abroad.

What to pack?
Pack your belongings as per the checklist and organize It well so it will save a lot of time and hassle in your new country. This is why we are helping you with a ready-made checklist before you leave India.

Arrival in a new country

So you’ve just landed in the new host city, now what? In our sessions, we will guide you on immigration controls, customs control and how to easily reach your campus from the airport.

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Bank and change

One of the first things on your to-do list when you arrive in your new country of study will be to set up a bank account. Having a local bank account will guarantee you easy access to your money to pay for your accommodation, your tuition and living expenses. It also allows your employer to deposit your remuneration in your account if you choose to work during or after studies. We will help you with the steps to start managing your finances in a new city.

A glimpse of local culture

It is helpful to have some knowledge of local culture and customs before arriving in your country of study. This eases your transition into the community and helps you interact more effectively with your new classmates. Half the fun of going abroad is learning what people from other cultures do differently. We will tell you about the culture, activities, local life and even some familiar terms that you will find useful in your new city.

Student life in your new country

When studying abroad, you will have to adapt to a new learning environment while getting used to the new cultural norms as a student. Our sessions will teach you about the different learning styles, classroom environments and expectations.

Culture shock is common when you switch to a culture completely different from your own. Since it plays an important role in adapting to your country of study, we will discuss the different stages (honeymoon, frustration, adjustment and acceptance) of our sessions. We will also guide you with simple techniques to know if you are experiencing culture shock, what stage you are in and how to deal with it.

Support and well-being in your new country

Whether it’s academic support, help in English or visa advice, we describe some of the practical supports available for international students.

Work during your studies and advice on internships

Part-time jobs can complement your study and life experience. We will discuss how to comply with the rules for your student visa and help you with some tips for finding a good student job.

Coping with homesickness

We know it is difficult to stay away from family and friends, but we will help you with some tips on how to deal with the feeling of homesickness when you arrive in your country of study.

Review the legalities

We will inform you about the do’s and don’ts in your country of study and your rights as an international student.

A network of advisers

You will also have the opportunity to ask questions to our alumni and network with current and future students like you.

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