My Advice for Studying Abroad in Shanghai, China
Isabel spent her year abroad studying Chinese language courses at Fudan University, Shanghai. Studying abroad in China can be a very different experience to someone studying in Europe, for example. Isabel has decided to put together her top tips for studying abroad in Shanghai, China.
Do you have any recommendations on accomodation?
Best places to eat, drink and go out?
Be careful about fake alcohol. If the drink prices are very cheap, the alcohol is most likely fake – this is also a very common occurrence in nightclubs. Also be careful of street food as you will often get an upset stomach from randomly eating streetfood in Shanghai and the rest of China.
Best day trips?
How to get around?
I would recommend taking the metro wherever possible in Shanghai. The metro in Shanghai is very clean, safe and cheap. As for taxis, they are also a very good option as the Shanghai metro closes at midnight. So if you are on a night out, you will need to take a taxi home. Make sure to only take taxis from an official rank at the airport. There are a lot of bike share options in China which are very useful, so I don’t think it is necessary to buy your own bike.
What about money advice?
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