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Travel Resources

TOPICS ON THIS PAGE
What to Expect:
Information on Specific Countries

Keeping Travel Costs Down:
Airfare · Trains · Lodging
Keeping in Touch

Travel Tips:
Money Matters · Other Resources

What to Expect


INFORMATION ON SPECIFIC COUNTRIES

Official Travel Resources
Online Travel Guides


Keeping Travel Costs Down

Being a student often means great discounts on travel. That's another reason why your college years are a great time to go abroad! A local travel agent can also help you with your travel arrangements, but be aware that most will charge a fee for their services.

The internet is another place to find great travel deals. If you are in doubt about a particular travel company or service, you can consult your study abroad advisor. Although we don't know everything about all of the travel services out there, we do have a good network of reliable programs and websites that we trust.


AIRFARE

Discount Student Travel
  • STATravel.com - STA Travel offers student-priced airfares as well as an Airfare Deposit Program for students who receive financial aid. A $300 deposit is non-refundable, but guarantees your low ticket price. Full payment is not due until 7 days prior to departure. Ask your study abroad advisor for details.
  • StudentUniverse.com
  • StudentTraveler.com
  • Contiki.com - Vacation planner for 18-35 year olds
  • WSA: Weekend Student Adventures - Student tour packages by Andy Steves
Discount Sites and Search Engines   Airline Websites
 


TRAINS 

International Train Tickets   In-Country Train Tickets
 


LODGING 

Hostels   Hotels
 


KEEPING IN TOUCH

When traveling there are two kinds of calls that you are likely to make: local and international. Often a cell phone or calling service that offers low rates for one option is expensive for the other. When shopping around for the best option for your time abroad, consider using a local cell phone or sim card for local calls and a different service such as Skype for calls home to minimize costs.

Cell Phones   Internet Service
 
  • NDSU participates in the Eduroam (education roaming) service, which provides you with immediate wireless Internet access when visiting educational institutions that are part of the Eduroam network. More information is available on the NDSU Wireless page, including instructions on how to set up this service.
  • International Internet Tips - from StudyAbroadDomain.com
  • Skype.com - for all platforms
  • FaceTime - for Mac and iOS


Travel Tips


MONEY MATTERS


OTHER RESOURCES

  • OverseasVoteFoundation.org - Youth Vote Overseas works to inspire and assist young American voters, 18-29, who are living permanently or temporarily overseas to participate in the electoral process. We do this by providing online access to innovative voter registration tools and services designed to facilitate the process of registering and receiving the ballot in time to vote in federal elections.
  • Glimpse Abroad - Glimpse is where emerging writers, journalists, photographers and filmmakers can find editorial support and funding to develop their storytelling voices, skills, and interests. Glimpse Correspondents get the opportunity to work one-on-one with an editor to shepherd their stories from pitches and rough drafts into feature narratives and essays, photo documentaries, and multi-media projects.
  • TheBisonMarket - Buy and sell items from others on the Bison Market on facebook.