Traveling abroad is the ultimate form of higher learning. Students would be well-advised to hit the road before hitting the books at college.
How do you convince businesses that the best few weeks of their year are actually bad?
The study found that American students prefer universities where their native language is spoken, suggesting that more needs to be done to encourage such students out of their comfort zones.
The growing popularity of third-party booking sites are making it easier for travelers to search, sort and book hostels, which is great news for operators unless commission rates erase the benefits of a booking hike.
Increasingly Korean economy is driven by China, and it is showing in various ways. Nevermind the past histories between the two countries, this is a big change, as Asian degrees and jobs becomes more coveted amongst the bellwether Korean students.
Cancun is making a show of force in order to ensure that it doesn't become a Puerto Vallarta, and there's no more a high profile event for the destination than spring break.
Even with the growing number of volunteer and adventure options targeted at students, this must be one of the most static trip lists released every year.
Language skills and personality are two of the most important areas tested in the effort to weed out unqualified candidates from entering India's $55 billion tourism and hospitality industry.
Content creation site Travelstrings is smart to target a niche group of study abroad students during its product development both to gain feedback and create buzz among a group that likes to talk a lot.
The answers to the poll make these gap year students look more like a child who fill his dinner plate with candy instead of vegetables rather than someone who's well-equipped to discover the world.