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Smart move from Emirates for Cambridge travellers

Just in, is some great news for academic travellers heading to Cambridge University, destinations in north London, as well as the wider regions of England’s South East and the Midlands. From 8 June 2018, Emirates will commence flying daily direct...Read more

Empowering women for success

In the corporate sector women currently hold a mere 5.2% of CEO positions in S&P 500 companies# and the number of women on boards of ASX 200 companies last year was just 25.4%*. Despite these underwhelming statistics there are many private,...Read more

Biosolar roofs greening our cities

Instead of adding to global energy consumption, imagine if our cities could be redesigned to help combat the impact of climate change. That’s the vision of Dr Jana Soderlund and her colleague Professor Cheryl Desha – who believe biosolar technology...Read more

8 tips for smarter academic travel in 2018

In Chinese culture, eight is considered to be the luckiest number. Number eight is pronounced 'Ba' in Chinese and contains meanings of prosperity, success and high social status. So using this as our inspiration, we have compiled a list of eight...Read more


Flight Centre Travel Group’s (FCTG) corporate division has ushered in the 2018 working year with a new leader. Former head of FCM Travel Solutions Australia, James Kavanagh, has been appointed to the role of Executive General Manager for the Flight...Read more

2018 Australian of the Year Awards

Campus Travel would like to congratulate all of the 2018 Australian of the Year Award recipients. This year’s winners included: Australian of the Year: Professor Michelle Yvonne Simmons (University of NSW) Australia’s Local Hero: Eddie Woo (...Read more

On time, or in a holding pattern? Airlines you can rely on.

(Prefer visuals? Find story infographic here ) There’s nothing more infuriating than rushing to the airport, only to find your flight has been delayed. But whether it's a carrier safety issue, an operational blip or technology meltdown that's...Read more

Unravelling the science of science communication

Do you trust what you read on social media? Can you rely on the credibility of online science information? These are questions that first troubled PhD candidate Yi-Ling Hwong when she was working at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research in...Read more

USA Visa Update

An updated version of the USA President’s executive order relating to a travel ban was upheld by the Supreme Court on 4 December 2017. There have been numerous changes to the previous executive order. The current order includes restrictions on...Read more
Naomi Paxton

Medical engineering researcher awarded STEM Travel Grant

The successful recipient of Campus Travel and Virgin Australia’s Travel Grant: Recognising women in STEM is a PhD student working in a research field that interfaces medical engineering, biology and tissue engineering. Queensland University of...Read more

Stay on campus and save

Whether you’re travelling for work, study, research or sport, staying on a university campus in student village accommodation is a convenient, fun and affordable option. Campus Travel has partnered with Campus Living Villages to bring you a unique...Read more


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