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If you’re reading this, then I’m sure you’ve imagined it over and over again. You fly off to an exotic destination, go to classes at your perfect school, make amazing new friends and have the best time of your life.
These are all the things that most high school study abroad students will get to do, but even with all these incredible experiences, the effects of homesickness can still kick in.
It’s important to understand that homesickness is a natural part of studying abroad and it is extremely common to miss home when you are in a foreign country. Studying abroad is full of amazing moments but that’s not to say you won’t have a couple of down days!
Here are some tips on how to cope with homesickness…
Watch the video below to get an insight into Nelly’s experience with homesickness and how she overcame it during her exchange programme.
Missing home, your friends and family are a natural part of studying abroad and you are likely to have days where you feel upset. BUT these feelings are not permanent and more than likely the bad days are going to be heavily outweighed by the good!
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