pinky wrote:Do look out for educational exhibitions by the various international universities from Uk, US, Australia etc.The representatives will answer any queries n and give you brochures to go through.
Have you considered the local course at SIT? I recently had a friend's son who enrolled in there. Not too sure on the details but if you need I can help ask.Ms Tan wrote:Hi. Is there any parents whose child was/is/will be studying physiotherapy in Australia?
Would appreciate if you can share which Australia Uni is your child in and what were your considerations which led to that chosen Uni.
Thank you in advance.
They won't provide utensils, plates, pots, knives, boards etc unless they say so. Depending on the hall policy, sometimes there may be some stuff left behind by previous students, and new students can "inherit" them. Some halls may clear everything so there won't be anything there. My suggestion is to go there and see before buying. Seniors may also have stuff accumulated from graduating students which can be passed to freshers. The only thing you may want to get in advance is a small rice cooker as I think the ones on sale in the UK tend to be quite big and expensive.Jennifer wrote:My child has received the hall of residence confirmation.
We see that the resident is supposed to bring along basic cooking utensils.
What do you deem as basic cooking utensils?
On the Facilities website, the assigned kitchen is said to be equipped with cupboard, shared refrigerator, cookers, microwaves, toasters and kettles. Does it mean there is no cooking pots, spatula?