1 / Introduces you to new,
The best way to learn about another culture is to be truly immersed in it. Trying new foods, practicing the local language, meeting new people and discovering cultural customs helps you become a true global citizen while also developing a perspective on the world that’s all your own.
2 / Brings your textbooks to life.
Visiting the places you read about in school will connect you with your studies in a whole new way. Student travellers often find that seeing the places they learn about renews their interest in their education and school work. Travelling sets you up for increased academic success and gives you a competitive edge when applying to colleges and universities.
3 / Builds confidence.
When on an educational student tour, you’ll learn to be resourceful, embrace change, and overcome any issues you face with confidence. When you return home, you’ll bring those skills back with you and apply them to your day-to-day activities.
4 / Make new friends.
Experiencing a new destination with your school group is an incredible bonding experience, and you will find yourselves closer than ever. You’ll also meet plenty of interesting new people in your travels that may end up becoming great friends.
5 / Become more responsible.
After having to budget your own money, keep track of your passport and belongings and master a busy metro system, you will become more independent, responsible and mature.