U.S. State Department
out information about the country you are studying in by visiting the U.S.
State Department Website. This site also posts travel warnings issued by the government, as well as public announcements and consular information sheets.
You should be familiar with the immunizations
required and suggested for the area in which you plan to travel.
Passport information can
be found at this website. Remember that a passport simply identifies you as a
United States citizen. Many countries also require a student visa to enter and
live in the country.
Offers great deals on airfare for students.
Creates multifaceted travel guides for the cheapskate backpacker student. Keeping in mind its audience, the company includes maps, museums, restaurants, clubs, festivals, cultural information, history, and transportation details. Lonely Planet's books are a must-have for the independent traveler.
A great way to search for your
flights is by browsing the internet. Some of our favorite flight search engines
can be found below.
Education Abroad Office
King Hall, Room 203
Queens College, CUNY
65-30 Kissena Blvd.
Flushing, New York 11367-1597
Email: Education Abroad