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7 Practical Tips for International Students

With the World developing rapidly in terms of culture, technology, innovations, pharmaceuticals and education, Edwise serves all one's desire to Study Abroad. As Edwise, since the day been established, has proved its existence and inherited the saying 'One stop solution for Abroad Studies'. With the rise in the competitive institutions, Edwise has marked its presence with Flying colors. With saying this, we at Edwise personify and design the process efficiently, irrespective of studies, course and training. Our knowledgeable and professionally skilled team will provide you guidelines throughout your applications process. We provide guidance related to scholarships, course-selections, bank loans, admissions and visa. We host education fairs, wherein, the students can directly participate and interact with the University Delegates and all of that Free of Cost. Since establishment and a successful completion of Silver Jubilee, we have a profound relationship and official representation with over than 575 universities, around the world, hence providing you an ambit to study abroad.
Get Involved in School
The best way to get to know people in college is to get involved. There are a lot of ways to do that in college: join clubs, become a student ambassador, volunteer. Not only will it help you get to know other students, but it helps you connect with faculty and even people outside of school. And the relationships you create can be a lifelong, priceless thing!
Get to Know People
When you step in a new land, you are alone and lonely. First few days are going to be hard and no one wanted to be friends with you since you are new. The truth is, YOU HAVE TO TALK TO THEM and then most of the people will be nice to you. Once you become friends with others, your English improves because people around you always talk to you in English. You can study with them, share or borrow textbook with them, or go out on weekends! So break out of your shell and talk to people! They might be the saviors for your life in the foreign land.
Start Early
It can be tempting to devote the initial weeks of your course to settling in and leave the real study to later on – until you find that you have an overwhelming amount of revision to do. Get stuck into a study routine as soon as your course starts, and you’ll be in a strong position when it’s time for exams, assessments and projects.
Surround Yourself with Positive People
The truth is there are so many temptations and negative influences in abroad that you may not have had in your home country. After spending the time and money to get to the host land, you don’t want to lose sight of why you are studying abroad and your motivation. The key to staying on track is to surround yourself with positive, uplifting people who have good influence on you. Their positive attitude will inspire and motivate you when you feel down or lost.
Don’t Be Afraid to Ask
Some cultures don’t consider asking questions a positive thing. It shows your effort to understand and the fact that you are listening to them. So never be afraid to ask questions! It is one of the most important thing is you ask for your doubts. It can be unnerving, but it’s always best to admit that you don’t understand as soon as possible, so that you don’t miss any important points that were talked about in class or mentioned in a book. Don’t be afraid to ask other students – or the person teaching the class – for help with things you haven’t understood.

Make Studies a Social Activity
Consolidate what you’ve learned by discussing topics with fellow students. While organising study groups is one way of doing this, a debate doesn’t need to be formal or argumentative. A productive discussion can be as simple as asking another student their opinion or perspective on your way to class. This also helps you to build your network and deepen your connections with others.

Plan Ahead
When it comes to study and revision, it can sometimes be hard to motivate yourself. A good way to keep yourself on track is to schedule a realistic amount of time for study and revision each day. Once it’s done, you can enjoy doing other things.

What Edwise Students Studying Abroad Says?
"The city is heavenly beautiful and the university is amazing. It is like living in dreams but you are actually living the dream life. Being very thankful to Edwise for making my dreams come true."

Name-Amit Kedia
University- University of Bedfordshire

"Edwise has been really helpful from the very beginning. From selecting universities and country for studies to visa application and pre-departure events. Although I was anxious and worried about going to right place, everything went smoothly. Thanks a ton to Edwise for being very prompt at helping."

Name-Binal Solanki
University-Centennial College

"It has been a great experience. Thanks to my counselor for proper guidance and assistance. Making to the University of my Wish would have been impossible without Edwise."

Name-Rajan Kher
University-University of Pittsburgh

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We at Edwise streamline and personalize the process for each student irrespective of the destination, institution, course or any level of study. Our team of experienced professionals will provide you individual attention and exceptional guidance throughout your process of application. We provide assistance related to course selections, admission, visa, bank-loan and scholarships. We also host University delegates for direct student interaction and all these services are provided free of cost. We have established since 1991 and have been maintaining strong networks with over 575 universities in 16 countries, hence giving us a unique insight into the finest educational establishments worldwide.

Start your education overseas with valuable information on everything you need to know about studying abroad from study permits, temporary resident visas and how much it costs, to finding a program.

Do visit your nearest Edwise branch & choose your university carefully under our expert guidance and ensure that you have all your paperwork in order. Once you apply, and the wait is over, you can really begin to look forward to not only studying in a beautiful and vibrant country, but also to a life experience quite like no other.

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