We’ve compiled the follow list of resources to help you in your travels, whether you’re just getting started or you’ve been around the world!
Please note that we are not affiliated with, nor officially endorse the links below. These links are provided as a starting point for planning.
Charles Schwab offers an international checking account–use any ATM in the world with no fees!
Bank of America has a global ATM alliance. Click for more info.
Check with your bank to see if they have similar international options.
Travel Articles and Discussion
The State Department Travel Page: Useful safety and travel information
Journey Woman: One of the best resources for female travelers.
Timeout City Guides: Restaurant, shop and hotel reviews, and the latest events and activities in cities worldwide
Global Diversity Inclusion: Information for diverse people going abroad
TEFL Courses Abroad: For those interested in teaching English abroad
Teaching English Abroad
Please note that we are neither affiliated with nor endorse these programs. These links are provided as a starting point for planning. Please do research on all travel companies and websites to ensure quality and reliability.
Dave’s ESL Cafe: For those interested in teaching English abroad
BRIC Languages– Learn a language, teach abroad, and earn a TEFL certification.
Kayak: Travel Reservations
RyanAir: Budget flights in Europe
Agoda: Low hotel rates
UrbanRail Though you can’t make reservations here, this site has details on train and subway systems around the world, and is a very useful travel planning tool.
Office of Education Abroad Resources