Pre & Post Departure Assistance

Studying abroad is an exciting opportunity for students to expand their horizons, gain a global perspective, and experience a new culture. However, the process of preparing for and navigating through the challenges of studying in a foreign country can be overwhelming. At EdMine, we understand the importance of providing comprehensive support to students before and after their departure. Our company is dedicated to serving as your study abroad mentors, offering tailored guidance to ensure a smooth transition into this new chapter of your academic journey.

Applicants are guided on what essential items to take along, medical supplies, and how many hours they can work, how and where food of their cultural liking can be eaten. It is imperative that the student attend these orientation sessions, as it is important to know how to pack, what to pack, where to get the essential commodities and where to eat most economically and how to clear the immigration of the country applied to. EdMine will assist you to following departure guidance

Buy Tickets Early

it is important to act in a timely manner. Once you are decided about leaving your good ol’ hometown for studies abroad, the sooner you buy the travel tickets, the better. This not only puts an important step along the journey in the “done” bucket, but also allows you the opportunity of getting great discounts on tickets, as the closer you buy tickets to your date of travel, the higher fare you pay.

Keep In Touch

Pakistani students travelling abroad should know that having means of communication comes in handy, especially if you are travelling to a country where English is not a common language. Plus the impulse to get in touch with loved ones back home is quite overwhelming once you find yourself in an alien land. Make sure you have your international roaming switched on, and have at least Rs 1,000 worth of credit.

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Travel Light

The clothes you take along – especially warm ones – from Pakistan would be unfit for use in a country like, say Canada or Germany, as the climate there would require a different kind of apparel. It’s better to keep the clothing to a minimum and then purchase the same from the country you are travelling to per its climatic requirements. You would find a number of stores that sell affordable stuff and sales are on round the year, so finding inexpensive things of need generally won’t be a problem.

Get Documents Right

If you have received the visa, make sure you take your entire documentation along – original as well as CTC (certified true copies). Be careful to put away important documents like degrees and transcripts in the luggage safely. Do not keep them in backpacks or other storage areas that you might need to frequently access. You may create a chance of them being misplaced if you keep them in a place that you reach out for frequently.