Writing Contest

Transitions Abroad Student Articles (www.transitionsabroad.com)

For over 30 years, Transitions Abroad magazine has been dedicated to work, study, living, and cultural immersion travel abroad. Its purpose is the dissemination of practical information leading to a greater understanding of other cultures through direct participation in the daily life of the host community.

In their mission to expand upon our pioneering publications and remain the most comprehensive Web portal and webzine for work, study, travel, and living abroad, they are currently soliciting articles for  Student Participant Reports, Student-to-Student Reports, and Study Abroad Advisor articles on an ongoing basis, all year around. For publication in Transitions Abroad's website and webzine, payment is on acceptance, ranging from $50 to $150. Guidelines for these articles are available at:
http://www.transitionsabroad.com/information/writers/writers.shtml#student_travel_writers_guidelines


This option is also availabe to students. Visit www.TransitionsAbroad.com ’s student section which deals specifically with learning and studying abroad for pre-college, college, and graduate students, as well as living, working, and volunteering abroad for this same audience of 17 to 25-year-olds. Articles should be 750-2,000 words. All student-written articles are eligible for consideration in the annual Transitions Abroad Student Writers Contest with a grand prize of $500 (please make a note if you wish your article to be considered for the contest)..

To see a collection of articles  recently published by  Transitions Abroad go to the Study Abroad section of our site or see our annual Student Travel Writing Contest winners.

Well-researched supporting material and annotated web links in sidebars greatly increases the likelihood of publication; we cannot emphasize  enough the importance of providing others practical information which they can use.

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