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We believe educational travel is for everyone

We want to help all learners—regardless of gender identity, race, physical ability, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status—experience the profound impact of educational travel. From critical thinking and confidence to adaptability and empathy, the skills gained while studying abroad prepare students to succeed in today’s ever-changing world. By prioritizing study abroad accessibility, we can provide even more students with the tools to thrive.

Cross-cultural considerations

No two destinations are the same. While we often consider the diversity of cuisine, architecture, and language in other countries, it’s important to examine each country’s distinct norms and collective beliefs—and how those might influence the way locals perceive visitors of different backgrounds and identities.