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What should international students pack and bring with them to UK?

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    Cardiff Metropolitan University

    Cardiff Metropolitan University

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    Hello from Cardiff, Matt. So let's start with the essentials you're going to need your passport and I.D. cards, import and travel documents such as your car's visa and travel documents. You're going to need credit cards and some cash, any prescribed medicines to keep you going until you register with the UK doctor. And if you got all that, you will survive. But we recommend you bring a mixture of clothing, warm clothing, some treats, your mask, woolly hat, and the rest is up to you.

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    University of Derby

    University of Derby

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    My name is Monica, I'm an international student at the University of Derby. Make sure you pack all your important documents, including passport, visa, educational documents, etc. Don't forget to pack all your essential electronic gadgets, including a mobile phone with a working SIM card. Appropriate clothing, facemask, sanitizers and medicines are essential. Kitchenware and room essentials are easily available. Don't forget to pack some cash as it's of great help as.

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    Leeds Beckett University

    Leeds Beckett University

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    Hi, my name is David and I'm international development officer at Leeds Beckett University. Make sure you pack important documents such as Visa Passport, offer to study, of course, your laptop, phone its charges. And don't forget our flight adapters for the U.K., I think appropriate clothing is very important. So please check weather before your traveling hand sanitizer and mask essential these days. And lastly, having a bit of cash upon arrival are going to be useful.

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    Nottingham Trent University

    Nottingham Trent University

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    Hi, I am a diabetic and an international engagement assistant at Nottingham Trent University, I would recommend students who get their electronic devices with you get up to and do not forget to carry all your documents and cash for initial days. I would not recommend students to carry such heavy utensils as these are easily available in the UK. Please don't forget to get some warm clothes and do carry lots of family and friends. But just.

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    UWE Bristol

    UWE Bristol

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    So there are three areas that I would recommend No one over, documents you would need. So this could be to do with your study visa and your passport. Number two would be your hand luggage. So this is going to be charges, adapters, cash, medication are things that you would easily want to have to hand to travel with you. Number three is your main luggage. So this would be clothing, pictures, anything that's personal to you that you want to bring, but not too much, because we do have plenty of shopping in the UK.

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