School’s Out for the Summer — Where are Students Traveling?

Many students take advantage of their extended break and go on a multi-week adventure over the Summer. From backpacking adventures to road trips, students are generally traveling for more extended periods than the have the chance to do so at other points in the year. 18% of students are traveling on 15-21 days trips and 15%…

Article 50 And Travel Within Europe – What Do Students Think?

Major political events tend to have a direct correlation, and a big impact, on travel plans and patterns. Dan Baker, the General Manager of StudentUniverse UK, has spotlighted a few of these political events in his column on The Huffington Post. Back in February, Dan looked at the impact of Trump’s presidency on UK students’…

Student Travel: On the Road to a $320 Billion Industry

It’s January, which means crystal balls are out everywhere. Instead of looking at the next 12 months, we looked at what lies ahead in the next few years in student travel as we build up to what is projected to be a $320 billion industry by 2020. This will challenge the entire industry to evolve…

Why The UK Is Failing International Students And Must Change

Our head of UK Marketing and Business Development, Dan Baker, is now a regular contributor to the Huffington Post‘s “Young Voices” section (which is geared to College students). Our contributions will focus on issues that affect international students. The first post Dan contributed, “International Students: Why The UK Is Failing And Must Change,” is focused on…

Don’t go to college. Travel.

There are approximately 21 million college students in the U.S. The vast majority of these future leaders went straight from high school to college. A lot of them will go on to immediately apply to graduate school, or go into full-time employment, once they graduate. Society reminds them how college is an obvious investment. Parents…