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What’s Your Positive Side Effect?

We asked you to share your positive side effects you've experienced while staying at home. While being stuck at home is challenging, many of our customers have found ways to stay positive during this uncertain time. From tackling home projects to trailblazing relief efforts, you have inspired us with your amazing stories. Here...

Coronavirus Coverage Update From Travelex

Globe resting in hand.
Original Article: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Coverage Update "The U.S. Government has restricted travel to and from European countries for 30 days as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread. The measure will go into effect on midnight Friday, March 13, 2020. Unfortunately, governmental travel warnings, restrictions or bans are not eligible reasons for trip cancellation or...

Coronavirus FAQ

European Travel Restrictions Last updated: March 12, 2020 at 1:20PM EST. Who does it apply to? It only applies to foreign nationals (non-U.S. citizens) who have visited one of the following countries in the past 14 days: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece,...

FTI is exhibiting at the GAIE Conference

FTI is proud to be a part of the Georgia Association of International Educators conference in February 6 - 7 in Pine Mountain, Georgia. The Georgia Association of International Educators strives to support, encourage, and enhance the field of International Education in the state of Georgia. Meet us in Atlanta!

New Year Updates from FTI

Happy New Year! We would like to thank you for choosing us as your travel partner. As always, it is an honor to plan trips that change lives. We’d like to take a moment to share some of the exciting things that have been happening. FTI Team News

FTI Abroad: Tokaj, Hungary, World Heritage Site

Lucy in Budapest Hi, I'm Lucy! I'm a Marketing Associate here at FTI. A lot of my job is behind-the-scenes, but I want to share an incredible travel experience I had – all thanks to FTI, UNESCO and National Geographic! I had the opportunity to visit three amazing World Heritage Sites...

Digging Deeper: 20 Unique Ideas for an Immersive Israel Itinerary

There’s always something new to discover in Israel, from archaeological finds to cultural experiences. Here are a few ideas for an in-depth & interactive itinerary. Biblical/Historical In addition to the more well-known sites, there is plenty more to see when it comes to experiencing the lands of the Bible. Consider extending...

Exploring Lands of the Old Testament

Discussions of the Bible lands typically evoke images of Israel & its prominent biblical sites. Yet, its neighbors, Jordan & Egypt, are also steeped in rich Christian history. Tours to these areas can be combined with the Holy Land or Footsteps pilgrimages or stand on their own for a more in-depth study. Biblical...

Proactive Planning Tips for Your Next Program Proposal

You’ve decided the focus of your study abroad program, chosen a destination, and ideas are flowing. Now, how do you keep the momentum going throughout the program development process? We’ve asked three international education program developers to share roadblocks they've faced and how to overcome them. Meet our experts: Dr. Brandon Cromer,...

Tips for Keeping Study Abroad Program Costs Down

Creating a successful study abroad program requires balancing the quality of the students’ experience with affordability. Yes, everyone wants study abroad programs to be accessible to all students, but they also need to truly add value to the students’ education.  What’s the best way to make that happen?  We asked for tips from three international education program...