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Student Travel

The travel program is a privilege not an entitlement for students, though some is routinely offered as part of the scheduled academic program (journalism residencies, communication exchange, courses with travel), much of the travel is subject to available funds and selective approvals. Preference is given to travel that:

  • has a clear educational or experiential purpose with likely received value for students;
  • clearly goes "beyond the classroom;"
  • involves students across both majors;
  • involves faculty from both majors and the liberal arts, and
  • involves a deliverable--journalistic report, video project, academic paper, or other outcome;
  • involves students who have had limited or no travel over those with multiple travel experiences.



Resources & Policies

Types of Student Travel

NU-Q offers a variety of travel opportunities; some travel opportunites offer academic credit.
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Travel Funding, Planning & Procedures

Learn about travel funding and planning & procedures to follow for any NU-Q sponsored trip
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Student Travel Requirements

Learn about steps you need to take before leaving on a student trip.
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Travel Safety

Learn to mitigate risk and be safe while traveling.
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