Articles tagged “student travel”

Tourism

How International Students Won’t Be a Boost for the U.S. Travel Economy This Fall

While the travel exemption opens up opportunities for international students, the U.S. still has a long way to go to accommodate them. It begs the question of how much these students are willing to endure and how much more this will continue to hurt the travel economy.

How International Students Won’t Be a Boost for the U.S. Travel Economy This Fall

Business Travel

The State Of Educational Travel In a World Gone Virtual

Overseas students bring in the cash, but specialist agencies are still exposed as the pandemic starts to bite.

The State Of Educational Travel In a World Gone Virtual

Tourism

Trump’s War on Foreign Visas Leads to Less Student Travel to U.S.

Fewer international college students are heading to the U.S. for their studies. This means a reduction in travel and all of the economic benefits that cities see from robust foreign visitation.

Trump’s War on Foreign Visas Leads to Less Student Travel to U.S.

Tourism

U.S.-China Tensions Are Posing a Threat to the Valuable Student Tourism Market

Families from China spend a significant amount of money in the U.S. while exploring university options, and those trips can lead to expanded tourism down the road. How much will tensions between the U.S. and China — and particularly President Donald Trump's harsh rhetoric — hurt that business?

U.S.-China Tensions Are Posing a Threat to the Valuable Student Tourism Market

Business Travel

Student Travel Is Booming But Study Abroad Programs Provide Scant Information When Tragedy Strikes

Student travel has been on an upswing over the last few years but when kids studying abroad fall victim to tragedy, schools provide few answers and insurance companies try to downplay any negative trends. There needs to be more accountability.

Student Travel Is Booming But Study Abroad Programs Provide Scant Information When Tragedy Strikes

Tourism

3 Charts on U.S. Adults’ Interests in Studying Abroad and Gap Years

If taking a year off to travel the world sounds too good to be true, it probably is. We don't doubt more people are interested or open to doing something like this than in the past, but for many people their bank accounts and bosses will keep standing in the way of this freedom.

3 Charts on U.S. Adults’ Interests in Studying Abroad and Gap Years

Tourism

5 Charts Showing Student Traveler Preferences in the U.S. and Abroad

Student travel is a market that travel brands have been serving for many years, but some brands now better understand its value and realize that giving students a great experience while they're young likely leads to repeat business when they're older.

5 Charts Showing Student Traveler Preferences in the U.S. and Abroad

Online Travel

Study Abroad Accommodations Site Student.com Raises $60 Million in Funding

The global student travel and accommodations market has yet to be organized in a consistent way, despite the financial promise of the sector and the particular needs of its participants.

Study Abroad Accommodations Site Student.com Raises $60 Million in Funding

Tourism

Americans, Go Meet the World: Student Travel Before College Is the Best Prerequisite

Traveling abroad is the ultimate form of higher learning. Students would be well-advised to hit the road before hitting the books at college.

Americans, Go Meet the World: Student Travel Before College Is the Best Prerequisite

Tourism

How Student Travelers Are Expanding Spend and Expanding Demographics

Destinations that students visit to study and love will likely end up being the entry point for future travels as an adult.

How Student Travelers Are Expanding Spend and Expanding Demographics