Study Abroad

12 Jul: 8 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Set Out On My First Solo Adventure

Your backpack is packed. Your budget is set. Your mom has told you repeatedly to remember to stay in touch. And you’re filled with nervous anticipation for your first solo trip! Maybe your friends were busy, completely broke, or simply not interested in traveling. Or maybe a solo adventure has always been something you’ve dreamed of and you finally worked up the courage to do it. Whatever the reason, you’re about to take off on what is bound to be a life-changing adventure! If you’ve never traveled solo before, here are a few things I wish I’d known before I…

08 Jun: Student Tips: How to Travel the World with No Money

Everyone knows that a problem that all students face is lack of money. Because of that, we are listing some tips and tricks on how to travel the world when you have a limited amount of funds. How to Prepare for the Trip: There is one major thing that stops students from traveling, which is money. Traveling can be expensive. However,  it doesn’t have to be. This article shows that you do not need to be rich to travel the world. Read on to find out more. Get a Part-Time Job There are many jobs out there that you could…

27 Apr: Cheapest Countries to Travel to While on a Budget

When you’re on a budget, it’s hard to get to do things you enjoy. You’re putting most of your money toward essential purchases like groceries, your gas tank and bills, and a budget means that after you pay for all of those things, you don’t have much money left. While people are going out to the movies and taking road trips, you’re back at home wishing that you could know when you’ll be able to do the same thing. Wish no more! It’s completely possible to travel while you’re on a budget. If you make some adjustments to save even…

06 Apr: Travel as you earn: 5 jobs you can do on the go

Have you always loved to travel and explore the world but couldn’t because you had a demanding workload and life? According to research, we spend almost 1/3 of our lives working at our jobs. This hardly leaves you any time to take a break and do everything you’ve always wanted to. But there’s a solution! With all that the internet has to offer now, you can do jobs on the go and earn while you’re traveling. The benefit of working as you travel is that, instead of taking time off work, you can do it where ever you go and…

23 Mar: Budget Planning for Students: Best Apps And Tips

If there’s ever a parallel students can draw, it’s that money is tight for the most part. It’s tough to cover the basics, not to mention outlying cases of wanderlust. Save the Student reports that 80% of surveyed students have said that money-related woes stay on their mind for the duration of their studies at colleges/universities. The resource also states that the reason for this is the fact that more than 30% of students have never had a budget plan. As a result, young people do not know how to keep tabs on their funds. The problem becomes way more…