#GoodbyeTNS – 17,278 air-miles and the making of a student travel editor
The National Student has given me invaluable experience and memories I can only attempt to immortalise in words.
Enter a photograph competition to win a free trip to the Philippines
Uncover biodiverse waters, rumbling cities, and underground rivers by simply uploading your best photograph.
Pascal and Mireille Bouget, the couple who quit their jobs to sail the world with strangers
With their son Swann and new additions, cat Beepbeep and Shitzu Plume, the crew of five share their catamaran with complete strangers.
How is Brexit impacting the way young people travel in Europe?
Young people will continue to unearth Europe’s treasures despite Brexit uncertainties.
Digital detox destinations: six destinations designed for unplugging
Soak in raw sights and adventures which are certain to make unplugging that little bit easier.
Tao Philippines: The immersive island-hopping expedition that helps to sustain and enhance Palawan's environment and island communities
Guided by islanders, you can sample life on the tropical archipelago whilst making as little impact as possible on one of the most biodiverse regions in the world.
Disconnecting to find real connection with Tao Philippines: 3 days island-hopping from Coron to El Nido
Our mobile devices remain untouched in favour of raw aquamarine paradise.
5 easy ways to avoid killing trees over the holiday period
Don’t put your efforts on pause for Christmas.
Pride ‘n Purpose: the scheme which supports Ulusaba’s local communities to sustain themselves
Karl Langdon talks about how a philosophical fireside discussion transformed into a successful non-profit scheme which gives back to the community.
6 easy vegan recipes if you don’t know how to cook vegan
Cooking a vegan meal does not have to be competition.
Hologram lecturers will teach classes at this London uni
This is not a drill
Birmingham student stabbed with a needle during freshers week
Two students have been stabbed
Want to get on a graduate scheme? Here is how to start your search
As daunting as it seems, searching for and securing a place on a graduate scheme is achievable when you know where to start.
Why the Eurocentricity of university English courses needs to be challenged
No, that does not mean Shakespeare should be excluded from the syllabus.
Take a look inside Airbnb’s 10 most wish-listed homes
We're talking bamboo treehouses, caves, and renovated cavanas.
A Fresher's Guide to clubbing in Birmingham
From stylish cocktail bars and superclubs to renovated warehouses and roof terraces, these are the places to know as a fresher in Birmingham.
Some Birmingham uni classes will finish at 7 pm
A Birmingham student had 8 pm finishes two years ago
Post-travel depression: what is it and how can we combat it?
Post-travel depression is a common experience for students and young people, so why is no one talking about it?