Welcome to DIGIPASS Staff Toolkit - Finance
In this section we would like to give you information and tools helping you to advise and prepare your students accordingly to their study abroad experience.
We have included as much information as possible online, making it available whenever you need it in order to help you professionalize your knowledge and abilities as a mobility's finance advisor.
How does the world look like for students in the twenty-first century at the moment in terms of financial stability?
It is especially courageous of students to do a mobility abroad in an unknown city with different prices than back home.
In this video you will hear the experiences of mobility students regarding their financial journey abroad.
Money is usually a huge obstacle for many students when deciding which country to go to, as each student has to embrace this change in life. Below you find some tips that students can use in order to financially prepare their journey.
For many students going abroad is the first step to adulthood, independence or even their first time living on their own. Many are not familiar with the costs of living and especially in a foreign country with a different lifestyle.
Use the following checklist to map out the financial situations of the city and help students in preparing their journey.
To figure out how much a study abroad experience will cost, we have created a template for the students to use.
The students can just add in all of their expenses and income to estimate the costs of their study abroad experience.
With this tool, the students have a good indication of the budget they need to cover the expenses of a study abroad period.
Before going on mobility, there are many questions that students have.
Moving to a new city and country is a big step to independence.
In the next page you can find some frequently asked questions by students regarding the finances before and during their mobility.