student travel

For students studying abroad or racking up miles on a summer break, there are many student-friendly cities that you simply must visit.

Jenna Sanders15 days ago
Why You Should Learn Another Language and Take It to Another Country
When I was a freshman in high school, I knew I wanted to take German. I signed up for the class and it has altered the course of my life. In my German program, there are not many people. My German one...
Morgan Bea23 days ago
Study Abroad
Here’s the backstory. I’m a first generation college student who decided to major in graphic design and minor in Japanese. To complete this minor, I could either take a third year of the language, or ...
Theodora Evansa month ago
6 Asian Countries You Should Consider for Studying Abroad
There is no better way to learn about the world, expand your horizons and make the most of your student years than by participating in an exchange program. Truthfully, any destination will give you ex...
Melina Notidou2 months ago
Why Should I Study Abroad?
It all starts when you say yes... In 2018, I was in my second year of my undergraduate degree. I was given the opportunity to spend my second semester studying at the University at Buffalo, New York. ...
Maddie Goody3 months ago
10 Study Abroad Tips
Get your 'A' and have fun too.
JD
John Doe5 months ago
The Student's Guide to Saving Money for Trips
So you are like me: You are a wanderer who loves to see the world and explore new places with family or friends. There is just one issue. You are in college and are pretty much broke. You don't want t...
Courtney Gowland6 months ago
American Visas! Where to Go and What to Expect!
I am doing this post based on the J-1 visa. I am not too sure of what to do for other Visas, but I can help with the J-1 visa. This is not an easy process, it is probably one of the most difficult, bu...
Rhiannon Rose6 months ago
I Dropped Out of College to Travel
My whole life, school has been my priority. I skipped the 8th grade, dual enrolled at the local college at 14, and finished high school with the majority of my AA at 16. Then, I was tired. I had excel...
Natasha Galla-Rini6 months ago
International Student's Guide to Surviving the UK
Having moved across nations, there is one thing I have to say for any far-quested individual: Everywhere has its own modes of normal. Setting out on a scholastic adventure comes with all the joys, sor...
Emily Frank6 months ago
The TRUTH About Studying Abroad
"Three and a half months in Spain?! Girl, you're so lucky! I'm so jealous." These are the phrases I heard all summer from my friends and family back home before leaving fall, 2018 for Spain. Yes, it's...
An Tran6 months ago
Oh Boy, Oh Boy!!!
First day of school! So exciting and nerve-racking. I don't think I have been this nervous and excited to go to the first day of school since 6th grade! Yes, it was an excruciatingly long period of fo...
Amber Dacres7 months ago
An Honest Student's Year Abroad
Sitting in a massive lecture theatre brimming with over enthusiastic language students, just like me, gushing over the year that is to come. "I'm off to South America," boasts one girl. "I'm headed to...
How I Spent My First Semester of College in Oahu, Hawaii
Being the first student in my high school to actually travel across the globe from New Jersey, USA to Honolulu, Hawaii, USA was unimaginable. I kept thinking to myself, 'How can an 18-year-old high sc...
Valerie 8 months ago
9 Tips for Weekend Travel While Studying Abroad
In the fall of my junior year of college, I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to study abroad in London, England. Before going to college, I never thought about studying abroad or really knew a...
Victoria Gawlik10 months ago
Living the European Life
Me? I am from Connecticut, but my roots, they extend from Litchfeild county to Barcelona, Leuven, London, and beyond. I will let you in on my three year journey and some advice that might make your li...
Erin Trenchard10 months ago
How I Travel Whilst Living on a University Budget
Leaving for university feels like the ultimate freedom. Leaving your parents home to explore a new place, living in your own space, loads of free time between lectures, and a lovely student loan. You ...
Ramona B.10 months ago
Study Abroad in Strasbourg, France!
If you are wondering if you should study in France for a semester or two, don't hesitate! As the saying goes, "Paris is always a good idea." However, if you see the option to stay in Strasbourg—don't ...
O Rose10 months ago
5 Things I Wish I Knew Before Becoming an Exchange Student
Whether you are thinking about becoming a FES (Foreign Exchange Student), in the process of becoming one, already are one, or you're just reading this because you want to; Hi, my name is Onnie! I was ...