What We Provide
Here is a bit more information about what we provide:
- A point of contact - a dedicated trip coordinator.
- Presentations to identify the ideal destination, project and dates.
- Trip briefing to students, parents and supervising adults.
- Risk assessment of project.
- Professional advice from a travel medical provider.
- Guidance and support throughout the booking process.
- Comprehensive tailored information packs detailing your country and trip.
- Fundraising pack.
- Medical and travel insurance
- Airport transfers - arrival and departure.
- A Projects Abroad coordinator to liaise and support the trip leader.
- Support network of all Projects Abroad in country staff.
- Comprehensive induction & orientation.
- Accommodation - choice of host family or hostel available in most destinations
- Three meals per day.
- Access to medical facilities.
- Transport between accommodation and project.
- 24 hour support from both the in-country and UK teams.
- Weekend Excursion (see Case Studies)
Post - trip
Join our Alumni network.
Your students will be able to take advantage of our Alumni network's promotional and social events. It is always extremely useful to have returning volunteers convey their experience so other volunteers can help out.
We can offer the following on request:
- A familiarisation visit for the group leader
- we will arrange a short itinerary to cover all aspects of your trip, including safety, cultural issues, placement visits and activities
- advice on how people adapt to life overseas
- information regarding what Projects Abroad expect of our volunteers
There is one free place for every nine students that travel.
The prices of the projects can be found at
The Projects Abroad travel team can arrange international flights to and from your destination, we will give you a competitive quote for your group once you’ve applied.