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The Common Challenges Students Face When Studying Abroad

Many of us dream of travelling world, exploring everything that this planet has to offer while embarking on the journey of a lifetime. This may seem like a pipe dream to some but to others, this is dream is transformed into a goal that is well within grasp. I’m talking about students. Studying abroad is one of the most fulfilling life-changing experiences you can ever undertake which is why an increasing number of students are getting involved every year. So, you’ve planned your destination, you’ve enrolled in your course and you’re getting ready to explore the Great Unknown. Now what? Well, as with all things in life, studying abroad doesn’t come without its problem. To give you a head start so you can make the best out of your experience, here is a list of common problem most migrant students face and how to deal with them effectively. Feeling Alone Easily the most common problem with students travelling abroad, it’s easy to feel like you’re an outsider. The people around you

Primary School Student Physically Abused by Teacher, Yet Headmistress Defended Abuser

Primary School Student Physically Abused by Teacher: Adik ini bernama muhammad fikri dan berumur 8tahun.Dia sedang belajari di sekolah rendah kebangsaan port dickson.Adik ini yang berbangsa india muslim telah didera dengan menggunakan penggorek pensil besi tersebut dengan panaskanya dan meletakkan di muka anaknya sebanyak 3kali.Nama cikgu tersebut adalah encik rohaizat,Malah telah pun 6hari kejadian ini telah berlaku tetapi masih tidak ada mengambil sebarang tindakan lagi diatas lelaki tersebut. Malaysiakini: A police report has been lodged against a Mathematics teacher who allegedly heated a metal sharpener and placed it on a pupil's cheek after the boy played in the classroom during lessons. [...] "He heated up the metal sharpener by vigorously rubbing it on the floor and when it became heated, he placed it on three different spots on my son's cheek. This caused blisters to the extent of the skin peeling off. "The teacher did not stop there. He also slapped