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Planning a semester abroad can be daunting, especially when you consider everything you may have to pack. Make packing and life easier with our study abroad packing list.
Keep these in a plastic bag at the top of your checked suitcase.
Tip: To save room in your suitcase, buy standard items such as shampoo, conditioner and body wash in your host country.
Tip: Because of the voltage differences in many electronic products, you may want to wait until you’re in your host country to buy items such as a blow dryer or hair straightener—plugging an American hair dryer into an outlet converter could overheat and break it.
You will likely have the need to do laundry on your trip, and you’ll be able to purchase detergent in your host country. Purchase towels and linens when you arrive to save space.
Tip: Mixing and matching outfits and layering saves a ton of space in your suitcase! Make sure you check the predicted weather of the country you’re traveling to so you can dress appropriately. Don’t bring anything you’d be devastated to see ruined!
Remember that most of your electronic items will need an outlet converter in order to work! Buy one before you leave the US and bring it with you in your carry-on so you can charge in international airports.
Tip: Remember to check if the medications you take are legal in the country that you’re going to by contacting the country’s embassy. Some over-the-counter medications are illegal outside of the United States.