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Masters in another country, will it be hard to find friends? watch

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    Hi everyone.
    So I’m planning to study abroad for masters. The place I’m staying does not offer the course I want to study.

    I would like to know if it will be hard to find friends?

    Because from what I know, they might be from the degree version advancing up to masters which means everyone knows each other already.

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    It's always scary going to new places and knowing everyone is already friends, don't worry I'm sure you'll easily find someone to stay with, good luck!
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    My parents have moved a lot in my lifetime, and that means I've moved schools a lot, too. Even so, I've always been welcome wherever I move. Just have a smile on your face and be yourself, people will want to know you even if they are in a community of friends already. You can always stay in contact with your friends from wherever you're currently staying, too.
    Don't worry about it!
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