Student life in Canada
Most of the Canadian institutions have international student support centers that help newcomers settle in. They support them, help them find accommodation, and familiarize with the surrounding. Generally, these communities provide support to the students throughout their study program.
When new students reach Canada, they first set up a bank account, buy a phone plan, buy a transportation pass, register for a student ID card, and search for accommodation. After finding suitable accommodation, students start their routine work. They attend classes with their international counterparts, share their ideas and views on the related subject matter, prepare notes, complete assignments, spend some time in-between with new friends, and then go to part-time jobs.
Indeed, the schedule of an international student is usually tight. Still, the excitement to do something for their families, their loved ones keep them motivated, and they start learning the value of time, money, and everything.