Travel & Studying Abroad

Find out the best places to go and the best ways to get there when looking into student travel – whether for school or vacation.

Articles Related to Travel and Studying Abroad

Studying abroad: Let’s talk about legal requirements

  Your application has finally been accepted and you have been admitted to the university of your choice. Although you have already settled all the entry requirements, such as application forms and recommendation letters, you are not quite done. There are still some legal requirements that you need to fulfill before you leave for school Read more…

Posted in Studying Abroad | Tagged , , ,

7 Best Travel Destinations for Students After a Stressful Year

You need to get out of here for a while! You’ve worked hard all year and barely survived crushing exams. It’s time to take a vacation and celebrate your successes – as well as take your mind off of all the things that have stressed you out. Call up your friends and pick a destination, Read more…

Posted in Travel | Tagged , ,

How to save money while studying abroad

So you finally made it! Brand new place, brand new degree, brand new you. You get to explore a different country, all while getting the knowledge and skills you’ll need to succeed in the workplace. You’re studying abroad, so congratulations! Everyone you’ll meet will be incredibly happy for you; they’ll pat your back and envy Read more…

Posted in Studying Abroad | Tagged , ,

When Vacations Go Wrong: How to Survive Setbacks While Traveling

There’s nothing more enjoyable than having the vacation of your dreams planned and added to your calendar. Especially if the trip has been well thought-out, fully paid for in advance, and is coming up in the next few weeks. But sometimes, even with the most well thought-out plans, there still may be a hiccup that Read more…

Posted in Travel | Tagged

Is Studying Abroad Right for You? 5 Ways to Know

The world suddenly becomes full of possibilities once you turn 18. You can do lots of things you weren’t allowed to do before, and enjoy more freedom once you go off to college or university. If you’re still deciding which course to take and which school to go to, at your age, there should be Read more…

Posted in Studying Abroad |

5 Student Tips for Making Money While Traveling the World

When you’re studying abroad or exploring on your gap year, you’re going to need some money to take care of yourself. It’s hard to work a traditional job while bouncing from place to place, but there are a few jobs you can count on to be there wherever you land. There are even some jobs Read more…

Posted in Search Strategies, Travel | Tagged , ,

Can studying abroad make you a better leader?

Twenty years ago, traveling abroad to study and expand your knowledge was unique. Not many could afford to travel internationally and study at some of the best colleges and universities in countries like the US, UK, France, Italy or Spain. Things have changed. Thanks to advanced technology, online learning and the internet, studying overseas has Read more…

Posted in Studying Abroad | Tagged ,

Top 10 Reasons To Experience Education Abroad

Everyone dreams of traveling abroad. What better way to complete that dream than to make it part of your education? You can not only see the world and experience different cultures, but also have a taste of different learning activities. You’ll get a different perspective, which gives you a better outlook on the educational world. Read more…

Posted in Studying Abroad | Tagged ,

Heading to the UK for a Semester Abroad? You Need To Read This Guide

Leaving your loved ones to move to university can be a daunting task for any student, but can be an even bigger challenge for those who chose to move abroad and become an international student. Not only will you be faced with the typical challenges of student life, you will also have to deal with Read more…

Posted in Studying Abroad | Tagged , ,

7 Ways Studying Abroad Will Prepare You For an Internship

Last January, I embarked on the adventure of a lifetime. I packed up my bags and moved 6,074 miles away from my college in San Diego to study at Bocconi University in Milan, Italy. During the four months that I studied in Milan, I traveled to 11 different countries and 22 different cities. While I Read more…

Posted in Our Stories, Self-Assessment, Studying Abroad | Tagged , , ,