Browsing articles in "Travel for fun"
Mar
15
2017

Affordable Ways to Explore Australia while Studying abroad – by Marie Nieves

Being a foreign student in Australia means two things: great education and a chance to explore the country. The problem most people have with perceiving Australia as a tourist destination is its remoteness, but studying there solves this issue easily. Once you’ve traveled so far to reach it, you can discover all the beauties the Land Down Under hides. However, being a student also means finding cheap ways to travel, looking for affordable accommodation and […]

Feb
13
2017

Study and Go Abroad Prize Winner – Trip to Hong Kong and China (January – February 2017) – by Natalie Osowski

I am usually a routine kind of person. I wake up, go to school, go back home and study, sleep and then start my next day. It does sound boring, but I am happy and comfortable with it. When I got an email that I won a free round trip flight to anywhere in the world on Air Canada, after I attended the Study and Go Abroad Fair in Toronto in the Spring 2016, I […]

Sep
19
2016

Mark your calendars – the Study and Go Abroad Fair is back!

STUDY AND GO ABROAD FAIR – Sept 24-Oct4 Vancouver – Edmonton – Calgary – Ottawa – Toronto Don’t miss this fall’s events if you are considering studying abroad either short-term or long-term, or even taking a gap year or travelling. This expo has something for everyone, and all the experts under one roof. Here are a few of the main features: Top-ranked universities from around the world Undergrad and postgrad degree programs Gap Year options Work […]

Aug
24
2016

Surviving the Trans Siberian Railway

It was the trip of a lifetime – taking the almost 8000 km train ride from Moscow to Beijing had been on my bucket list for who knows how long!  I had talked about it, read the Trans Siberian Lonely Planet Guide, researched it on the net .. but somehow never actually got around to doing it .. until one of my friends mentioned that it was on her bucket list too!  Two other people […]

Mar
21
2016

Make your vacation more rewarding with Not Just Tourists – by Akorede Amosun

Did you know that over 500 tons of usable medical supplies are wasted in Canada every year? Not Just Tourists Toronto does! There are millions of people in the developing world that suffer from a lack of access to these same supplies, NJTT is a non-political, non-religious, volunteer based project that is focused on getting medical supplies to those who can’t afford them. Through donations from Canada’s hospitals, clinics, medical suppliers and individuals, NJTT has […]

Feb
4
2016

DON’T MISS THE SPRING 2016 STUDY AND GO ABROAD FAIR

Victoria – Vancouver – Montreal – Toronto Boost your resumé by studying abroad!  Most businesses operate in a global environment, and it makes sense that they are looking to hire globally competent employees.  Don’t get left behind! Visit the Study and Go Abroad Fair to start planning your studies abroad, whether it be for a short-term exchange or a whole degree program.  Visit the Travel Zone to find out more about gap year options; volunteering, […]

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