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At the WYSE Travel Confederation EGM on 16 December 2021, four new Sector Panel Members were appointed.
WYSE Accommodation Members share tips and tactics for dealing with hospitality labour shortages during a Panel Connect Session.
Academic Language Solutions, the exchange program distributor of the iTEP (International Test of English Proficiency) Exams announces a cooperation with BUNAC to test the English skills of interns entering the UK on the Intern in Britain Program.
After a weak first half of 2021, international tourism rebounded during the Northern Hemisphere summer season, boosting results in the third quarter of the year, especially in Europe.
The American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS) welcomes the return of Working Holiday Makers to Australia from 1 December.
Pieter van der Zeeuw, Chairman of the Accommodation Sector Panel and CEO of Hans Brinker Hostels gives members an update.
Alliance Abroad Group announces major transformation of the business that will see the establishment of a new Holding Company and CEO.
A case study by Rafael Espinoza, Universal Student Exchange and member of the Cultural Exchange Working Group.
Australia’s youth tourism industry group, BYTAP welcomed news today that New South Wales (NSW) will remove hotel quarantine for all fully vaccinated travellers through the gateway of Sydney from November 1.
If your business is still around after 18+ months of a global health crisis that has nearly halted international travel and declared uncertainty as the name of the game, things probably do look just a little bit better.
The ninth edition of WYSE Travel Confederation’s COVID-19 Travel Business Impact Survey reports on general business outlook for organisations working in the youth and student travel marketplace.
WYSE Travel Confederation calls on members and industry to lobby their ambassadors to revoke Presidential Proclamation 10052.
WYSE Travel Confederation calls for the revocation of the Presidential Proclamation 10052 and to open up visa appointments for J-1 BridgeUSA participants.