• 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 >>

  • Shared by Academic Travel Abroad’s Guest Service Adviser, Megan Burden. As I made my way to Casablanca with my new Canon EOS Rebel 5, I could not contain my excitement to begin my National Geographic Moroccan Photography Expedition with world-renown photographer… Read More >>