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Tips to manage stress when studying abroad

(chinadaily.com.cn) Updated: 2016-05-21 10:13

Editor's note: More Chinese students are choosing to study abroad. Overseas students may be more likely to get stressed out especially since family and friends are a long way away. But don't despair, China Daily readers provide some useful ways of coping with stress before it all becomes too overwhelming.

Raton (Australia)

Overseas students should get used to a new environment when going abroad. You shouldn't obsess over your life back home. Constant messages and calls from a loved one could just make you feel very homesick and depressed, and you ultimately want to enjoy your time studying abroad and experience a new culture, not try and live your old life vicariously through a family member or friend.

Tips to manage stress when studying abroad

Overseas graduate students from different parts of China wait to be awarded a certificate at the graduation ceremony in Curtin University of Technology in Perth, Australia on Feb 11, 2012. [Photo/IC]

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