The student lifestyle is often associated with the sacrifice of luxuries, such as trips abroad and epic touring experience. We all know too well the student loan struggle, leaving you pinching pennies and living off beans on toast at the end of each semester. Read More
Travelling on a budget can seem like a near impossible feat especially when travelling to such a large country like the United States. For those of you that wish to see all, yet not spend all, we have done the work and have put together the top ten things to do during your visit to the States. From national parks to cultural landmarks we have you covered. The following places span the whole of the US and offer a great selection of historical, cultural and oh so free things to do. Read More
Travelling during term time at university doesn’t always work out how you imagine. It could be hard being drowned by essays and readings, especially when the travel bug has got you bad. But I’m here to show you it can be done! I’ve been studying in London this last summer and on my weekends I’ve spent my time travelling the United Kingdom and Europe. Read More
Have you recently graduated or just looking for a new adventure this summer? You’re in luck because whether you want to relax on the beaches of Bali or shop your way through Hong Kong, we’ve put together a guide of some of the best places to travel this holiday season. Read More
Thailand has long been one of the favourite destinations for the budget traveller, offering everything from stunning beaches to rainforest trekking and of course the all night parties. In fact Chaing Mai, in northern Thailand has been revealed as the cheapest travel destination out of 25 holiday hotspots in a study by NatWest. Read More
No two destinations are the same, but certain accessories will come in handy wherever you are. It is always difficult to decide what to bring on a big journey, and the dizzying amount of travel accessories available often don’t help to ease the process.
Today is officially the first day of Spring. Winter is over and summer is not so far away. There is, however one ray of hope in the not-too-distant-future that you probably forgot about amidst all the doom and gloom: the spring holiday break. This precious gap between the 2nd and 3rd term is designed for sheer bliss. Here are StudentUniverse’s top destinations on where to go for your Spring break.
When you think of the U.S., you probably envision the flashy streets of New York or the famous Hollywood sign in Los Angeles, but trade the city life for a more rural (and cheaper) location and you’ll soon be fantasizing about the small-town vibes and relaxing lake life in Wisconsin. Don’t underestimate the activities and quality of life found in this Cheese and Beer State during the summer.