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WYSE Travel Confederation and the World Tourism Organization have together announced an updated estimate of the size of the global youth travel market according to which youth and student travellers...
The latest stats from Tourism Research Australia (TRA) have just been released, these are for the year ending March 2015.
UNWTO estimates that around 20% of the 940 million international tourists traveling the world in 2010 were young people. By 2020 there will be almost 300 million international youth trips per year, which represents a 59% growth in 10 years.
A new survey, "Travel Improves Educational Attainment & Future Success," explores the impact of learning-focused travel on academic performance and career growth. The findings demonstrate...
Gomio.com examines the terminology of the modern travel industry. Make the mistake of calling a “hostel-traveler” a tourist and you may find yourself getting a cold shoulder and stink eye… if not...
Student Universe discusses the reasons why traveling abroad helps students enhance their personal and professional development.
As students prepare to head back to college this Fall, many grapple with the decision to study abroad.
EF Education First launches research project on language learning with Harvard graduate school of education faculty
Why do students from certain countries learn English more easily than students in other places?
Faced with changes to US immigration legislation that could threaten educational and cultural exchanges in the country, WYSE Travel Confederation presents its own research which shows the major...