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a&o Hostels has partnered with Berlin startup Das Lab to offer COVID-19 testing facilities at selected properties in Germany.
The programme allows international high school students to study English and Dutch in The Netherlands, with 50% of classes taught in Dutch and the other 50% in English.
The WYSE Travel Confederation Management Board reflects on 2020 and shares messages of optimism for 2021.
As the first market impacted by the pandemic, China was quick in both its pandemic mitigation as well as its hotel recovery. STR takes a look at how the lessons learned in the market’s hotel recovery can be applied to the hostel sector.
Due to the impact of the current global situation and changes in the marketplace, IASIS will cease all operations from 31 December 2020.
YHA New Zealand CEO Mark Wells voices his concern about the plans to focus on high value tourism when borders re-open, despite the youth travel sector generates higher foreign exchange earnings than any other age demographic.
Based in Australia, Student Horizons strives to be the leading school trip travel agency that provides experiences to students in a range of disciplines that are equally as life-changing as they are life-shaping.
Career Training Internships is excited to launch a new innovative way to continue to offer its services to interns, international partners and host companies.
The American Institute For Foreign Study (AIFS) has announced a new Executive Director and a new strategic realignment for its study abroad programming.
The September Survey asked youth travel businesses about their contribution to the 17 SDGs. Findings suggest that while many respondents make some contribution to the SDGs, the contributions are unevenly distributed across world regions and travel sectors.
Despite a sluggish start to recovery, accommodation performance patterns in London and comparable markets suggest performance in the coming months will improve.