Are you planning to come and study here in Australia? Universities commence the study period in July which may be the peak of cold season. Well, you have to make sure to know the weather and climate. Apparently, many international students prefer the University July Intakes especially those who are from tropical and subtropical countries to enjoy the cold season.
Australia is a continent that experiences a variety of climates due to its size. The temperature can range from below zero in the Snowy Mountains in southern Australia to extreme heat in the Kimberley region in the north-west of the continent. Due to the size of the continent, there is not one single seasonal calendar for the entire continent. Instead there are six climatic zones and this translates as two main seasonal patterns.
While the summer season sets in to the different parts of the world, it is the time for Australia to relish the cold season. It was just few weeks back when we started to feel the breezy and cold winds all over the city and yes, we are still in autumn by the way. Some would love this season and I know some wants to get rid of it. It is a scientific observation that every cold or winter season is the crowning time for colds and flu.
According to CDC (Centre for Disease Control), winter and cold temperature can be hazardous. Though many love to stay indoors during this season, it is not a guarantee that it would more likely make you safe and healthy. But, making your home warm is an absolute answer to make you comfortable. How about the outdoor lovers? Well, you have to deal with it.
So for all students who wish to study in Australia, here are the simple and easy ways that might help you get away from any sickness when dealing with the cold season:
So there! Those are pretty much simple ways to avoid sickness this cold season. It is not hard to give yourself the protection you need. Just always remember that prevention is the best thing to keep you away from any illnesses. So is it fine to make this season fun and at the same time keeping yourself safe and healthy? Absolutely yes!
So when you are thinking of your intolerance to cold or hot temperature, I would suggest you to read about the climate of Australia. Consider the average temperatures of the places or cities of your preferred university. Some researchers say environment can affect your concentration when you are studying. So read and decide. An education planner may help you find a university or schools you prefer.
Have a fun-filled and sickness-free cold season guys! ☺