I know students want a detailed packing list, and we all get annoyed when someone says “its common sense”. So I’ve put together everything I thought you could possibly want or need when you study/travel abroad, keeping in mind both guys and girls. I wouldn’t expect you to pack everything I’ve listed, so use your own discretion. . Feel free to print out both posts and use them as your complete guide on how to pack when you’re studying abroad. As for now, here is my version of the ultimate study abroad packing list!


Packing List


  • Underwear (two weeks’ worth)
  • Socks (two weeks’ worth plus a pair or two of wool socks)
  • Undershirts
  • Thermal underwear
  • Long sleeve shirts
  • Short sleeve shirts
  • Sweatshirt/ hoodie (2-3)
  • Sweaters
  • Jeans/ Khakis (2-3 pair)
  • Shorts
  • A belt or two
  • Skirts (for the girls)
  • A set or two of workout clothes
  • Pajamas
  • Swimsuit (for those going to warmer climates)
  • Coat/Jacket (I recommend at least 2 – one for cold weather, and one that is water resistant)
  • At least one nice outfit for formal occasions*
  • Flip flops/ sandals of some sort (good if you’re going to a warm climate, but also good for hostel showers)
  • Sneakers/ dress shoes/ boots/ rain boots*
  • Cold weather gear (i.e. gloves/ mittens, hat, scarf)

Budapest Airport ( Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport)


Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport, formerly known as Budapest Ferihegy International Airport and still commonly called just Ferihegy, is the international airport serving the Hungarian capital.

It is a fairly small size Airport. Be sure that you will find your way out of the airport easily.

“Some beautiful paths can’t be discovered without getting lost.”
Erol Ozan

We will be welcoming  you there with a warm smile . You will begin your Journey to the future with us.

TAXI and Public Transport



From 4:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., bus number 200E commutes between Terminal 2 and the Kőbánya-Kispest metro terminal (metro line M3), via the Ferihegy train station(trains to the Nyugati railway station in Budapest).

This is only if you decide to discover the city by your own from the beginning.
From the Kőbánya-Kispest metro terminal, passengers can take the M3 metro towards Újpest Központ to reach the city center. It is possible to change to metro lines M1 and M2 at the Deák Ferenc tér stop in the inner city.

From 11:00 1:00 a.m. bus 200E, from 1:00 a.m. to 4:00 a.m. night bus number 900 operates between Budapest Airport Terminal 2 and the South Pest bus garage. It is possible to change to night buses 950 and 950A, operating to the inner city.

Taxi will  be rather expensive but it is very recommended if you just arrive and have many luggage’s with you.



Finding a good place for your first accommodation is one of those issues that your family will be so concerned about and are asking us to arrange.

There are many types of hotels and hostels in Budapest ,also there are very good dormitories in the city. We will help you find a good place based on your budget.

Discovering Budapest


You have had a long journey to arrive here. Budapest is famous for its Cafes and amazing cakes. We will introduce you the best local cafes and restaurants to enjoy your being here. it would be a fresh start and you feel home again.

Budapest has many beautiful sites to visit. It is a very affordable city for students.Festivals, exhibits, concerts, and more – we can offer plenty of suggestions for where to go, what to do, and who must not be missed during the week.