Tag Archives: travel advice

Top 10 Travel Items You’ll Wish You Had Packed

Feature - Monday, 1 February 2016 - 1 Comment

Contributed by American Institute For Foreign Study (AIFS) As you sort through what to bring and what to leave behind for your next international experience, it’s a great idea to reach out to students that have completed a study abroad term, especially if they traveled to your destination, for practical…


Study in London: How You Can Learn to Make a Difference

Feature - Monday, 25 January 2016 - 0 Comments

globally minded

  What are you doing with your summer? Looking to pursue a career to make a difference in the world? Our friends at The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) Summer School offer tremendous opportunities to learn from leading academics in global development! Did you know? LSE is…


Win the World: Australia & New Zealand

Feature - Tuesday, 13 October 2015 - Comments Off on Win the World: Australia & New Zealand

Win the World

Do you love to travel? How about getting things for free? Well you’re in luck! GoAbroad has just launched the “Win the World: Australia & New Zealand” contest where you could win a free trip to Australia & New Zealand! What are you waiting for? Enter now! The “Win the World:…


Get Paid to Travel! Enter the Learn to Earn Abroad Photo Contest

Feature - Thursday, 30 July 2015 - Comments Off on Get Paid to Travel! Enter the Learn to Earn Abroad Photo Contest

What if you could travel AND get paid to do it? You can! Whether you teach English abroad, become a travel journalist, or even a travel photographer, there are many ways to fund your travel and make your dreams a reality. Now the question is, where do you start? While…


Travel Where Your Dollar Can Stretch the Furthest

Feature - Tuesday, 21 April 2015 - 1 Comment

Contributed by StudentUniverse When it comes to saving money on travel, timing can be everything. While travelers often look for cheap flights, one aspect of the overall price of travel that is often overlooked is the value of the traveler’s currency in the countries they are visiting. In recent months,…


#TheRoadshow With GoAbroad & STA Travel – Spring 2015

Feature, News - Friday, 13 March 2015 - Comments Off on #TheRoadshow With GoAbroad & STA Travel – Spring 2015

Spring 2015 Roadshow Collage

Want to see the world? Now’s your chance to chat with the experts who can help make it happen! The Spring 2015 GoAbroad and STA Travel Roadshow will be setting out across the country starting the week of February 9, 2015 bringing resources and meaningful travel advice directly to students’ fingertips. GoAbroad and STA ambassadors will be answering questions, handing out materials and prizes, and giving expert advice about meaningful travel.


Will Ecuador be THE destination for Meaningful Travel in 2015?

Feature, News - Sunday, 1 February 2015 - 1 Comment

All You Need is Ecuador

Thanks to the Super Bowl, it just might! Ecuador is not only making a big push for tourism, but they’re making history with their scheduled advertisement for Super Bowl Sunday.


A Guide to Frequent Flyer Awards

Feature, GoAbroad Contributor - Thursday, 29 January 2015 - 1 Comment

Frequent Flyer Miles

Flying can sometimes be a somewhat expensive affair. Even if you do manage to find a flight that seems a steal, it’s likely that you will wind up with added extra costs for baggage allowance and more. It’s hidden charges like this that mean it can be well worth investing…


Where Music Meets Travel: An Interview with Joel Barker – Man Behind the ‘Casual Batman’ Mask

Feature, Where Music Meets Travel - Thursday, 22 January 2015 - Comments Off on Where Music Meets Travel: An Interview with Joel Barker – Man Behind the ‘Casual Batman’ Mask

Joel Barker by John Aliaga

Where Music Meets Travel is back with this latest interview, featuring the incredibly talented Joel Barker, the man behind the ‘Casual Batman’ mask.


The 5 Worst (And Best!) Travel Outfits

Feature, Staff Post - Wednesday, 21 January 2015 - 3 Comments

The 5 Worst (And Best!) Travel Outfits

Traveling in both comfort and style can be a heady task when you’re not sure what to wear! To all my ladies out there (yes, this is primarily a post for the women out there, sorry men), here are some foolproof suggestions as to the BEST and the WORST attire for your travels.