Three Ways Students Can Travel More

By TripHobo Travel Expert on Dec 14, 2016
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Students often find that they are going through a time in their life that is perfect for traveling. When you are a student, you’re usually young and able to explore and see the world in such a way that often becomes impossible for us as we get older and take on more commitments such as a full-time job or even starting a family of our own. But, students also have commitments, and class timetables, assignment deadlines and exams can often get in the way of taking trips. However, modern technology has made it far easier for students to travel more, or even do their entire degree whilst traveling the world. Read on to find out how. 

Studying Online:

Studying online is a great option for anybody who’s experiencing wanderlust as it’s very nature means that you can literally study from anywhere in the world. The best thing about being an online student is that there are no on-campus classes to attend and you can schedule your studies at times and places that suit you, no matter where in the world that is. All you need to successfully complete an online degree such as an online masters in criminal justice from Boston University  is your own laptop and an internet connection, which you can get in any country!


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Study Abroad:

Secondly, students who want to see more of the world but don’t feel that they’d enjoy taking an online degree might want to think about taking their degree at a university abroad. Most good universities will take international students or you may even be able to find a college program at home which offers exchange programs and travel opportunities for students. Although studying abroad  usually means that you’ll only be able to visit one country, it’s an awesome opportunity for students who can immerse themselves in a new culture and meet many new friends. Along with that, depending on where you study, you may be able to find cheaper flights from there to the rest of the world during your breaks!


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Work Abroad:

As a student, it’s likely that you will want to get as much work experience  as possible in order to land a better entry-level job when you graduate. Competition is quite fierce when it comes to graduate jobs and that often means that college students need to gain as much relevant experience as possible in order to make things easier for themselves when the time comes to find full-time graduate employment. Because of this, many students are taking a year out of their undergraduate degrees or even some weeks out of advanced courses such as criminal justice masters programs in order to work. Applying for jobs abroad will not only further your work experience, it’s also a great way to travel while you’re at college. If you can’t find paid work abroad, you might want to think about taking part in an overseas voluntary program , which can be huge fun and very advantageous for your future career. 


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