Living and studying abroad is often a challenging, but rewarding experience. As a parent you are naturally excited that your son or daughter will have the opportunity for tremendous academic and personal growth. Although, we do understand that at the same time you also have concerns and questions about the challenges ahead.
UniversityAdmission pays great attention to the safety and well-being of the future international student. Our staff and partners are doing their best to support students and prepare them to succeed in their new host culture. The exciting study abroad journey begins with making the decision of going to study abroad. It continues with gathering information, consulting, submitting an application form, participating in interviews and taking necessary tests.
Reverse Culture Shock
Coming home can be just as difficult. You will notice that your child has developed personally. This is particularly true for students who spend a year or more abroad. It will take a bit of time to re-adjust and one may feel frustrated because he or she has experienced that much, but everything at home still feels the same. Expect your child to experience some level of confusion and a wide range of emotions. Be patient and give him or her some time to share stories and memories from their time abroad and all will be fine again pretty soon.