The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition

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"...“poster child” because he is the quintessential third culture kid returning to his passport country for college. I knew him in his Swiss international high school as a dynamic, intelligent, talented, and gifted student who was a bit of a “class clown,” pulling stunts that would have even his teachers laughing with him rather than becoming angry at him. Brent did not receive any type of re-entry training before the start of college and as is many times the case, he had a difficult time with his transition and was eventually treated for depression. You will hear more about ..."
"...teacherslive in a highly mobile world. When TCKs move back and forth between host and home countries they must say good-bye to their friends in the host country and hello to grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and maybe old friends in the “home” country. Then, when the time comes to return ..."

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"... Just as giving and receiving forgiveness liberates and heals you, so does affirming people that have been important to you. Telling friends, teachers, neighbors, pastors, coaches, mentors and others how much you appreciate and respect them makes you and them feel better about saying good-bye. ..."

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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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"...“She’s had a wonderful time being a part of this team and learned some skills that will really be helpful to her in life.” Focus your thoughts on how well you have prepared your child for the day they will leave home and how much you, the school, the teachers and the students have given him or her along the way. Turn it around every time you sense dread rather than delight and anticipation. ..."

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"...can give yourself. There’s nothing else available like it. I recommend you put it in your suitcase, right along with a copy of Third Culture Kids: The Experience of Growing up Among Worlds. Better yet, read both books ahead of time, give copies to your parents, teachers, and friends, and discuss the core ideas together. And if you’ve already made the transition to university, I still recommend this book to you; it is an important resource for you and your friends retroactively as well as proactively. ..."

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"Tina Quick's writing style is sincere and her seasoned expertise is evident. The stories and vignettes in her book show..."

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