• Introducing Our New Logo

    September 18th

    We are pleased to announce that Academic Travel Abroad has a new logo! Our old logo has served us well, but after several decades, we decided it was time to modernize our look. To us, the paper airplane symbolizes a journey—in… Read More >>

  • Q&A With Tour Manager Kyra Anastasia Sudofsky Wellness travel is no longer considered only to be a high-end spa vacation. Today, it encompasses everything from yoga retreats to tech detoxes. It’s about traveling with a purpose to promote health and… Read More >>

  • We are proud to announce that Alyza Wiener has recently joined ATA’s Programming Department! Alyza initially joined ATA as a Reservation Specialist and recently transitioned to become a Program Coordinator. She has a BA in Spanish from the University of Massachusetts and… Read More >>

  • We are thrilled to add the Los Angeles Times to our growing roster of media partners. "Our team had fun creating a distinct portfolio of trips that reflect the interests of LA Times readers and showcase the enormous talents of its… Read More >>

  • We are pleased to announce a new partnership with Martin Randall Travel! Martin Randall Travel is Britain’s leading cultural tour operator. They have been operating for nearly 30 years and won numerous awards for their range of tours focusing on… Read More >>

  • We are proud to announce that Danielle Harrison has recently joined ATA's Programming Department! A 2009 graduate of Ithaca College, Danielle studied abroad in Australia, South Korea, Spain, Morocco, and Costa Rica. She then began her career in the television… Read More >>

  • 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 >>