Global Citizens Travel
How Can I Afford All This Traveling?

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Traveling while you study abroad may seem out of reach financially. Here are ways to make your travel dreams come to life!

5 Myths About Studying Abroad

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Don't know the language? Worried you won't graduate on time? Afraid it won't be worth it?

Spotlight Morocco: Global Citizen Andrew

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We got to sleep under a clear night sky with nothing but the vastness of the Sahara desert surrounding us. I’ve never done anything like that before.

Spotlight Morocco: Global Citizen Jeff

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Get out of the city and head into the desert!

A Global Citizen’s Log: Sleeping on the Great Wall of China

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Last week I spent a night doing what few can ever say they've done: sleeping on the Great Wall of China.

Trip Recap – 7 Highlights from our recent Amazon Adventure Cruise – Manaus, Brazil

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Last month, 64 global citizens traveled on riverboats down the Amazon and Negro Rivers. Over the next few intense travel days the group experienced too much to cover in a quick blog post, but here are 7 of our favorite highlights!

A Closer Look at Spring 2013, Part III: South Africa, Ghana, Morocco

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In the final part of this three-part series, we take a look at our upcoming Spring trips in Africa! From a game drive safari in South Africa to the rolling dunes of the Sahara Desert, GCT travelers are leaving their mark.

A Closer Look at Spring 2013, Part II: Burma, India, Mauritius

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In the second part of this three-part series, we take a look at a few more Spring trips we've planned. Meditate with the monks of Burma, experience India's holy land of Varanasi, and cruise the paradise that is Mauritius. We'll give you the scoop into why these trips were designed the way they were.

A Closer Look at Spring 2013, Part I: Japan, China, Vietnam

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With the launch of our new website this week comes the launch of our set of Spring 2013 trips! This, without question, is the widest range of unique trips we've put together for any given semester. Let's dive a little deeper into why we chose to plan the itineraries as we did. In the first of this three-part series, we'll take a look at what we have planned in Asia.

6 Characteristics of Students That Travel While Studying Abroad: The Mission Behind Our Brand

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The college experience is changing. Driven by an intellectual and social curiosity, students want to experience more than what's on the inside of the four walls of their domestic campus. Call it globalization, a shrinking map, the social network effect, whatever—students are looking to travel more and travel often.