The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition

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"... or apartment. Formulate a realistic budget with your parents. Besides tuition and room and board (which they may take care of on their end), there is also the cost of text books, socializing, health care, weekends spent away, transportation and more. What are the expectations? Discuss banking ..."
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"... Students services. ▪ Decide when you will inform your parents if you get in trouble, become very ill or have an accident. In the U.S. parents must have permission by the student (if they are over age 18) to speak to their health care providers, teachers or deans. - Comfort Items - ..."

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"... the day, each week, and term. ▪ Establish routines to help you stay on track. Try not to get distracted, even for special occasions. - health care - You would be the rare exception if you survived your entire college career without a visit to the health services, so be prepared ahead ..."
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"... Health Care - You would be the rare exception if you survived your entire college career without a visit to the health services, so be prepared ahead of time. Every country has definite provisions for dispensing health care but a variety of methods are used to pay for it. In countries with ..."
"...In countries with fees for health care, most colleges and universities enforce mandatory health insurance for their students or (specific to the U.S.) membership in a health maintenance organization (HMO). The most cost-effective policies tend to be ones offered through the college or university itself. As with most policies, the more you pay, the more services ..."
"...Countries with national health service (NHS) typically provide health care for any student as long as they are registered with the NHS and a general practitioner (GP). The clinics tend to be very busy and the quality of care may vary from country to country. Students may also take out insurance should they choose to seek the services of ..."

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