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Do you want to travel without interrupting your education? Or wish to receive education at some destination country? Learn some simple hacks here.
Travel is a dream of many people, especially youngsters. There is something hopelessly romantic in spending time at different locations, spending days or nights in trains, planes, and buses, looking at various countries and cultures with a foreigner’s eye and getting acquainted with new traditions from time to time.

✈ But wait a minute! Aren’t the best young years the time of receiving education, obtaining a good diploma, and investing time into career-building?

✈ es, these limitations and conventions usually stop many people from travel, and they have to sit writing numerous college papers and attending lectures instead of seeing the wonders of the world.


Do you want to travel without interrupting your education? Or wish to receive education at some destination country? Learn some simple hacks here.
Education During Travel: Is it Possible?
Sounds quite depressive, right? But what if we say that there is a way out? You can easily combine travel and education, thus spending your precious youthful years with maximum joy and utility. Don’t sacrifice one for the other – education and travel are a perfect combination if you know how to do that. And we are going to teach you some secret life hacks here.
Select a Travel Destination
The first and easiest way to combine travel and education is to seek an overseas educational program or degree provided by your educational institution. It is a very common approach of most contemporary colleges and universities that have numerous partners abroad and foster students’exchange of experience. Thus, you may consider numerous volunteering, language studies, or science-based projects and programs that your establishment provides and contact the administration with an official request to join the program. Obviously, after your return, the studies may be hard, and you may need to close the gap in some courses and lectures that you missed, but the trip itself will also serve as an additional credit in your diploma. Moreover, the knowledge and experiences you will receive in a foreign country during that program are invaluable and really worth some hardships upon return.
Seek Other Travel Sponsors
If none of your university’s programs fits you or you have already utilized those opportunities, look further and expand your outreach to NGOs and museums. These organizations are also frequent sponsors and promoters of travel programs for students, and if you find the one fitted to your specialty, you may easily be approved for such a program. Such tours are usually accompanied with a lecturer who guides you through the sightseeing places and actually promised educational program.
Summer Travel
The hardest about combining travel and studies is to manage everything with high quality. Once you are in a new, interesting country, it’s natural to wish to spend more time outdoors, to see local highlights, and to enjoy time communicating with local people and trying the local cuisine. However, studies are uninterrupted, and you most often have to sit down to read and learn something, prepare and submit written assignments, etc. As a result, both the quality of your travel and your studies may deteriorate and cause unnecessary stress for you.

So, what is the way out? Summer travel, of course! The typical schooling year lasts from September to May/June, so you get at least 2 months of free summer time that you may spend the way you like. It’s the best time to travel to your dream destination without the need to worry about lectures and assignments. However, to organize everything wisely and manage your travel well, make sure to prepare everything in advance:

● Start selecting the summer program early at the start of the schooling year – even before the New Year. Many students select to travel in summer, so if you start looking for a place in such a program late, there may be no places left for you.

● Consult your academic advisor or the college’s administration – they may advise you free volunteering or educational programs for which you are eligible. It will be a great chance to save some funds and spend more money there instead of paying for the tour. Moreover, if the transfer to the destination country is not covered by your college or school, buying plane tickets long in advance may cost you 2-3 times cheaper.

● Once the country and the program is selected, start your research – it is better to travel to a country with some background knowledge about its culture and tradition, some basic linguistic skills. It will be ideal if you find some friends in that country or at least among peers at college who have also enrolled to the program. In such a way, you will not get into trouble there and will never feel lonely during the travel.
Here are the main pieces of advice for making a perfect combination of study with travel, without excessive expenditures and with a strong focus on excellence in both activities. We wish you good luck and a realm of positive impressions! | end |


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