Studying abroad is a really awesome experience. You get to spend a few weeks or months living in another country, traveling to other countries in your free time, and "studying."
But there's a lot of important info to keep in mind before, during, and even after your trip. So we want to hear from those of you who have studied abroad (or are currently studying abroad): What are your best tips and tricks?
For example, maybe you have some wisdom you'd like to impart when it comes to saving $$$ or budgeting? Between flights, meals, tourist attractions, and souvenirs, studying abroad can be a dauntingly pricey experience.
Perhaps you have some good advice when it comes to packing. Some study abroad programs last a few weeks, some a few months, and some even last an entire year. How do you efficiently pack away your entire life into a suitcase or two?
Or maybe you just have some really helpful info when it comes to things to do — tourist attractions worth the visit, overrated things that you'd advise people to skip, the best places to eat.... We want to know EVERYTHING!
Whatever tips and tricks you have when it comes to studying abroad, we want to know them ALL! Tell us what they are in the comments below for the chance to be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Community post!