Now you have a great opportunity to spend a period of time in a different country, and that means different rules. If all goes well, continual contact with other cultural situations will enable you to analyse and evaluate the new experiences.
Bear in mind that intercultural learning is above all an independent learning experience. Every individual is alone with the others and has to find, develop and evaluate different strategies for facing new communicative situations.
During this experience there will be difficulties and contradictions, but there will also be multiple opportunities for mutual enrichment thanks to an exchange of viewpoints. Are you ready to test your own intercultural openness?