UCADEMICS

Frequently Asked Questions

  • The cheapest option is to cook at home and bring lunch with you to university. However, each university has one or more cafeterias on-campus where you can have breakfast or lunch for student-friendly prices. read more...
  • The cheapest option is to communicate with your family through Internet. You can keep in touch with your friends and family through Facebook, Skype or Email. There are also special phone bundles at cheap prices that will help you stay in touch via phone calls as well. read more...
  • Besides food and housing, you need to take into account expenses for daily commute, travelling to your home country for holidays, clothes and toiletries, hobbies and going out with your friends. In the end, it will depend on you how much you spend, but it's advisable to keep a monthly record of your expenses in order to understand where are the areas where you can save up. read more...
  • The University offers several weeks of vacation in the most important holidays like Christmas, Easter and summer, where... read more...
  • Culture shock is a very common phenomenon for students to have in the first weeks of being in... read more...
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