Be Prepared Before Coming to the United States
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Education in the US is expensive. There is no doubt about it. However, a US degree is still very much sought after because of the quality and the prestige that comes with it. It is a myth that it is easy to get a scholarship in the US and work your way to getting your degree without much personal financial resources. I have encountered students with such mindsets and sadly observed the stress they had to go through, if they were successful, to reach their goal. International students must meet the academic standards and also be financially able to maintain their immigration status in the US. If they fail to maintain these two requirements, they will have to return home without a degree. Having the adequate financial resources will alleviate the stress of trying to make enough money to survive and at the same time this allows you to focus on being successful in the US classroom.
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One of my key messages to new incoming international students during orientation is to be mentally prepared to take up any challenge that will come their way. Being in a foreign country and in a different culture, you should expect things to be different. For the first time in your life, you will have to deal with managing yourself, your time, money, food, health, studies etc. You will be away from your family and friends who could be your primary support. With technological tools, you will be able to connect very quickly with your family and friends via phone or Internet, but you still have the primary responsibility of caring for yourself. Having this mental preparedness should help you adjust to life in the US.
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