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1. Research
Firstly, if you know anyone already in the UK or have studied abroad before, then speak to them. The next step is to tap into resources and information on the internet. Have a look around this site for an idea of the things you might need to consider. We?ve tried to link to resources we think international students will find useful throughout this page. Don?t be afraid to contact the university directly to ask about the course or other arrangements. Aside from this there are usually local advisers that will provide details on studying in the UK. In terms of funding your studies, it?s important to plan and manage a budget for the UK. There?s a useful international student calculator by UNAID. This is a good tool to help you figure out a reasonable budget for studying and living abroad.

2. Visas and paperwork
Ensure that you have all the relevant documentation and visas to allow you to study in the UK. Ask your local government on what paperwork is necessary for your study abroad. They will be happy to help you! If you?re from Europe, you should obtain a European Health Insurance Card. This will entitle you to free or reduced health care under the National Health Service while you are here. See here for further information.

3. Prepare for Britain
International UK studentsBefore you move to Britain it is important to keep a few things in mind.
Culturally, the UK is very diverse and welcoming of people from around the world. You should be able to find many like-minded students that share a similar background and beliefs.
In terms of clothing, the UK is well-known for it?s cold and wet weather! Pack lots of warm and waterproof outfits for the winter months, and don?t expect summer to be very hot! Most student budgets won?t be able to afford having the heating on all the time, so warm clothes are essential.

4. Student accommodation
The first port of call when looking for somewhere to live is your university. They will often have guides or websites with information on university and local accommodation. You can also find many properties listed by landlords in our student letting agents directory. A good idea is to live in university accommodation for the first year then make some friends to live with in your final years of university. University accommodation is a great place to meet new people and although coming from another country may be daunting everyone will be welcoming. Just remember that everyone is in the same boat.

5. Bank accounts
If you are staying in the UK for a period longer than a few months, it?s recommended to get a bank account. This will allow you to pay bills and keep your money safe.
The UK banks are relatively strict about the requirements for opening an account. This is because credit products are usually attached and thus they need to verify your details thoroughly. You will need the following:
Identification ? a passport is usually required
Proof of address ? both from back home and within this country, documents such as statements are acceptable

Proof of income ? this may mean a credit check and interview to establish you will be able to maintain the account
Additionally, to obtain a student account you will need proof of your student status which is usually the confirmation letter from your University. Student accounts are highly advised, as they offer numerous benefits including an interest free overdraft of up to £2,000. See the best student bank accounts this year. This should be a starting point for opening an account. Remember to always check with the bank on what specific requirements they have so you can be prepared with the relevant documents.

6. Cheap international calls
cheap international phone callsOne of the first questions you may ask is if your current phone will work in the UK. The answer is most likely yes! The UK operates on the GSM band, which is the standard for most of the world. You can double-check what your home country and current phone is using Mobileworldlive. However, the worst thing you can do is keep your current SIM card in your phone while studying in the UK. You will pay extremely high call charges for calling back home as well as on local numbers. Here are our top tips for keeping connected on the cheap. For calling local numbers:

If you already have a phone then you will need a new SIM card. Pay As You Go (PAYG) means that you top up the phone when your credit runs out and this is good for keeping an eye on your spending. Monthly contracts are usually better value as you will get free minutes and texts but you will have to pay out every month, coming with added long-term responsibility. If you?re likely to make international calls, see below.
If you would like a new phone, check out our comparison tool to get a great deal that will have minutes, text and data bundled together for a low monthly price. You can even keep the phone when then contract finishes. For calling back home:

Recently there have been a host of low-cost international call providers, such as Lebara, LycaMobile and RebTel. However in my experience newcomer RebTel offer the best value, with some calls under 1p a minute and your first call is free. Click here to see the rates.
Alternatively, use Skype on your computer to call another Skype computer back home for free ? this includes video chat!

7. Travel
Getting around in the UK can be daunting at first as there are many options. We are here to help you get around by simplifying your choices. If you are traveling locally then look into getting a student bus pass or consider biking.
International student travel
Stagecoach are a bus company within the UK that offer a year pass called a UniRider. This is a cheap and easy way to travel around the city and can save you a lot of money throughout the year. If you are within London then the tube is often the fastest way to get around. Also, for travel in London, take a look at the Oyster card. It is by far the cheapest option. The two main options for national travel across the UK are by coach or train. Trains are often the quickest and most comfortable way to get around the UK. Tickets should be booked as early as possible to save money (as much as 80% off) on advance fares. The cheapest train fares are available at First Transpennine Express as there are no booking fees. Coaches are a cheaper alternative to trains, but they can take double the travel time to arrive. Our top pick for saving money is Megabus, with journeys starting at £1 between the major cities. If you cannot find a suitable arrival and departure point, then try National Express as they offer the largest coach network in the UK. If you are travelling home to somewhere outside of the UK then you will need to look at the best and cheapest options for travel. In most cases flying will be the transport of choice. Air travel can be quite expensive but if you take a look at price comparison sites such as Momondo you can cut the cost of travelling home.

8. Shipping and storage
Often students will need to move their stuff from abroad to the UK and back. Additionally, your accommodation may not provide storage in between term times. However, there are options available to safely store your goods until you need them. The main considerations for a storage unit should be location of the unit and the price.

9. Working in the UK
If you want some extra cash or valuable experience then you may be wondering what your rights and options are. The short answer is you will be able to work while studying and possibly after the completion of your studies. Also, as a rule, the EU is more flexible for allowing working than outside of it. For more information see the official guidelines at UK Council for International Student Affairs.

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