The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition

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Chapter 4: Fish Out of Water
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"... it. As Scarlet O’Hara says in one of her worst moments in the movie, Gone with the Wind, “Tomorrow is always another day!” - Thoughts of transferring - Many students begin entertaining thoughts about transferring out to another school during this time. The majority of them don’t ..."
"...Many students begin entertaining thoughts about transferring out to another school during this time. The majority of them don’t actually follow through because things start to get better. Panic phone calls home to sympathetic parents are not uncommon. They just need someone to talk to. Our semester abroad student’s journal entry at this time eloquently ..."

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"...▪ This is the time students feel ambivalent about being here and begin making appointments with their deans and advisors to talk about transferring or leaving. They may call home to tell their parents or high school guidance counselors they want to come home. They doubt themselves, their abilities, and their choice of college. They feel they don’t belong there. (Chapter 9 gets into some of the reasons for this and ways to ..."

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"...The good news is that most of those students who consider leaving or transferring out to other schools do not actually do it. Many university advisors encourage students wanting to transfer to wait a full semester. Give it a chance. You can begin looking into where you would like to go, but it is likely that by the end of that first semester ..."

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"... ▪ If you plan on making a lot of purchases via the internet, it is best to do so with a credit card. You have up to 30 days to dispute any purchases you feel have been made fraudulently. Or consider transferring money to a PayPal account and make purchase payments from that. If you choose not to pay with a credit card and want to use your bank debit card, consider opening a separate account solely for that purpose and maintain a set amount of money in it. If your ..."

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