Coping with Culture Shock

Coping with Culture Shock

Coping with Culture Shock

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🏙️ Are you new to the city? 

😧 Do you have feelings of uncertainty, confusion, or anxiety?  Culture shock can occur as a result of being in a new and unfamiliar environment, like a new country or even a new city. Thousands of students move to Montreal each year and many experience this city as a shock to their system.  Culture shock may be related to changes in weather, local customs, language, food, and values.  Good news, it’s possible to cope with culture shock using several resources and grow as a result. 

💻 Come join us for a virtual evening of sharing and learning from how others have experienced and coped with culture shock.  This event is a safe space to connect with others in the community.  The evening will start with a Trivia game and prizes for the first and second winners 🎁  🙌  Resources will also be shared. 

This is a free event open to all students (not restricted to McGill students), and the first ever collaboration between McGill International Student Services and Vent Over Tea.

Save your spot now on Eventbrite. 📧  A link will be sent out closer to the event date. 

McGill International Student Services (ISS) supports the growth, progress, and success of international students at McGill, and aims to ease their transition to a new school, a new home and a new country.

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2022-03-31 @ 06:00 PM to
2022-03-31 @ 07:00 PM

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