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5 bước chuẩn bị cho du học Pháp

Du học Pháp là niềm ao ước của nhiều bạn trẻ. Rất nhiều bạn đã đặt câu hỏi cho chúng tôi về việc cần phải chuẩn bị những gì trước khi đi du học. Trong bài viết này, hãy cùng chúng tôi giải quyết tất cả những thắc mắc về việc ăn ở, các đồ vật mang theo, quần áo, thực phẩm,… để có thể tự tin đi du học Pháp nhé!

1. Tìm hiểu kỹ lưỡng thông tin về trường và ngành học của mình


Các thông tin mà bạn đọc được trên sách báo hay Internet sẽ không chính xác 100% so với thực tế của trường mà bạn nhập học. Vì vậy, việc bạn cần làm ngay đó là tìm hiểu thông tin một cách kỹ lưỡng,chi tiết về chi phí học tập, điều kiện học tập và sinh hoạt cũng như những khó khăn mà bạn gặp phải khi học tập và sinh sống tại Pháp. Các bạn có thể xin lời khuyên, học hỏi kinh nghiệm từ những du học sinh khác, đặc biệt là các bạn đã từng sinh sống và học tập tại ngôi trường bạn sắp học, hoặc các chuyên gia tư vấn du học.

2. Chuẩn bị tâm lý cho cú sốc văn hóa


Đây là điều không thể tránh khỏi khi các bạn sang học tập và sinh sống tại một đất nước cách xa cả nửa vòng trái đất, một đất nước có nền văn hóa Châu Âu điển hình. Vì vậy, để tránh không bị sốc và bị lạc lõng khi sống tại Pháp, các bạn nên tìm hiểu về văn hóa và con người Pháp thông qua sách báo, tạp chí, Internet hoặc học hỏi từ những bạn du học sinh Việt Nam đã và đang học tập, sinh sống tại Pháp.

3. Những vật dụng cần mang theo khi đi du học Pháp


Các giấy tờ cần thiết:

+ Hộ chiếu để làm thẻ ngân hàng và các thủ tục hành chính khi mới đến Pháp. Để đề phòng trường hợp bị mất hộ chiếu, các bạn nên photo hộ chiếu và cất trong ví của mình khi đi ra ngoài.
+ Bản photo công chứng dịch thuật giấy khai sinh: các bạn cần có loại giấy tờ này để làm thẻ bảo hiểm xã hội tại Pháp.
+ Ảnh chụp hộ chiếu: đề phòng có thể cần khi làm các thủ tục hành chính, các bạn nên rửa ra nhiều tấm khác nhau và mang theo sang Pháp.
+ Sổ tiêm phòng: các bạn cũng cần chuẩn bị sổ ghi chép những loại vắc xin đã từng tiêm để thuận tiện cho bạn khi cần khám chữa bệnh hoặc khi nhập cảnh vào Pháp.
Đồ dùng học tập: Ngoài laptop cá nhân nếu có, các bạn có thể mang theo kim từ điển. Lưu ý không nên mang theo từ điển giấy vì sẽ nặng cân. Ngoài ra, để tiết kiệm cân, các bạn không cần thiết pahri mang theo đồ dùng học tập hay giấy vở vì giá thành các vật dụng này không quá cao tại Pháp.
Trang phục, giày dép và đồ dùng cá nhân:

+ Các bạn chỉ nên mang quần áo, túi xách và giày dép đủ dùng. Các bạn có thể mua quần áo với giá không cao mà chất lượng tốt tại Pháp vào các đợt giảm giá.
Các bạn cũng cần chú ý chuẩn bị đầy đủ quần áo và phụ kiện cho mùa đông vì mùa đông ở Pháp rất lạnh. Vào những lúc giao mùa, cần có áo khoác, khăn quàng mỏng.
+ Đối với đồ dùng cá nhân, thuốc là thứ không thể thiếu trong vali của bạn. Các bạn nên chuẩn bị một số loại thuốc mình vẫn hay sử dụng như đau đầu, sốt, cảm cúm, đau bụng… Bởi ở Pháp, mọi thường đi khám rồi mới dùng thuốc, thuốc phải được sử dụng khi có chỉ dẫn của bác sĩ. Vì vậy, để thuận tiện cho bản thân, các bạn nên mang theo thuốc từ Việt Nam.
Ngoài ra, với những bạn mắc tật khúc xạ về mắt, các bạn nên đi kiểm tra và đo kính trước khi đi. Nên mua thêm một cặp kính mới, đề phòng trường hợp bị gãy hoặc mất. Bởi vì ở Pháp, chi phí đi khám và mua kính rất cao, không nằm trong danh mục được bảo hiểm chi trả.
Một số đồ gia dụng: một số vật dụng như dụng cụ nấu ăn, đồ dung nhà bếp có giá thành khá cao khi bạn mua tại Pháp. Vì vậy, để tiết kiệm chi phí, các bạn hãy mang theo một số vật gia dụng cơ bản. Ví dụ, một chiếc nồi đa năng hay một chiếc bếp điện sẽ là vật dụng cực kỳ hữu ích với bạn.

4. Những kỹ năng, phẩm chất bạn cần có để có thể nhanh chóng thích nghi và hòa nhập vào môi trường mới


Biết nấu ăn: nếu bạn biết nấu ăn, điều này cực kì hữu ích cho bạn khi sống xa nhà. Không chỉ giúp bạn tiết kiệm được kha khá, bạn còn có những bữa ăn ngon, bổ dưỡng, đảm bảo và đặc biệt là đáp ứng tốt cho nhu cầu học tập hiệu quả.

Hòa đồng, vui vẻ, thích kết bạn: nếu bạn là một người có những tính cách như vậy, bạn sẽ rất nhanh chóng hòa nhập được với môi trường mơi mẻ tại Pháp. Việc giao lưu và làm quen với những người bạn mới trong kí túc xá hay trogn trường sẽ giúp bạn không bị choáng ngợp cũng như bớt cô đơn và nhớ nhà. Hơn nữa, những khó khăn sẽ giảm đi rất nhiều nếu có bạn bè giúp đỡ.

5. Xác định mục tiêu chính là học tập.


Mục đích chính của bạn khi đi du học là việc học. Vì vậy, khi sang đến Pháp, ngoài việc đi làm thêm hay đi du lịch, vui chơi với bạn bè, các bạn nên tập trung vào việc học của mình. Rất nhiều bạn du học sinh khi sang Pháp, do mải mê làm thêm hoặc vui chơi mà quên mất nhiệm vụ chính của mình. Hậu quả là lãng phí cả thời gian và tiền bạc của bố mẹ mà không thu được kết quả gì.
Hy vọng một số lưu ý trên đây của chúng tôi sẽ có ích cho các bạn chuẩn bị đi du học Pháp. Chúc các bạn tự tin, chuẩn bị kỹ lưỡng và du học thành công!

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