• Shared by Academic Travel Abroad’s Marketing and Production Coordinator, Megan Brothers. Today’s traveler is drastically different than yesterday’s tourist. It’s no longer enough to visit Paris to see the Eiffel Tower or the Louvre. Travelers want more. They are searching for… Read More >>

  • The new Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, is currently engaged in a review of US policies toward Cuba, including permitting the continued travel of U.S. citizens to that country. Having promoted educational travel around the world since the 1950s, our… Read More >>

  • Try not to panic, but imagine launching a new travel program from scratch. There are so many details to consider! What is your target market? Where will you travel? How much should a trip cost? How much revenue will the… Read More >>

  • 2016: The Year in Review

    December 22nd

    The Year in Review 2016 What a busy year it has been! Here is a quick recap of ATA’s 2016. At ATA, we relish the exercise of matching audience to pursuit, inquiry to expert, and teasing out a theme that… Read More >>

  • It should come as no surprise that our organization, Academic Travel Abroad, is a huge advocate for international education and travel. Every day we work to create unique opportunities and experiences for individuals to increase their global understanding through educational… Read More >>

  • Respecting other cultures, treating employees well, giving back to communities in which we work, conserving resources, educating, preserving and building bridges—these have all been a part of what we do and what we believe in at Academic Travel Abroad for… Read More >>

  • Shared by Academic Travel Abroad’s Travel Program Assistant, Stacie Kellermann. The great thing about airplanes is that for x number of hours you are out of the touch with the rest of the world – blissfully unaware. The bad thing… Read More >>

  • Shared by Academic Travel Abroad’s Travel Program Managers, Samantha Barrie and Sophie Buzzell. We were greeted by Isis.  She was quick to point out that her name was pronounced Ee-sees, not ISIS.  She took one look at our shoes and… Read More >>

  • On Sunday, June 19, when the Washington Post featured Academic Travel Abroad as a Top Workplace in their Magazine and online, our collective pride was no doubt beaming through our windows on 1155 Connecticut Avenue in Washington, DC.  The award… Read More >>