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Gap Year Anyone?

Published April 12th, 2011

The idea of taking time off study has become increasingly popular among many Australian students, whether between high school and university or undergraduate studies and a full-time job. We suggest its time to start to plan and book your trip for next year.

By now, most high school leavers are focusing on the next stage of their lives, which for some may be backpacking overseas or seeing the world on a working holiday. More and more graduates are choosing to defer their careers and take time out to travel instead.

If you have itchy feet and want to see the world before you knuckle down, here are just a few things to try...

 

SEE SNOW FALL IN CANADA NEXT YEAR

Work and play at a popular ski resort in Canada for up to six months during a winter or any time of year, as you can now work and play in Canada all year round for up to 24 Months on a program arranged by Student Flights.

The Canada Powder Pack offers ski lovers the chance to earn money in a pre-arranged job with plenty of free time for discovering some of Canada’s most popular ski fields including Whistler Blackcomb, Big White, Silverstar and Nakiska.

 

BE THE NEXT MARY POPPINS

BAKE cakes, create crafts and read bedtime stories as a nanny in London. Travellers looking for a fun way to spend a gap year can take their imagination to the UK to work as a full-time nanny for a family, just like Mary Poppins.

 

EARN POUNDS AT A PUB IN LONDON

PULL pints and mix with the lively lads in London, while you work at a traditional pub during a working holiday in the UK. London is not the only amazing city as there are a number of destinations you can work at throughout the year, and Student Flights can help you get there.

 

Whatever you do, just please dont end up like this guy!

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKFjWR7X5dU


Get more info on Gap Year breaks at www.studentflights.com.au or speak to a Student Flights consultant on 1800 046 482.

 

Paul Ellender

I've had the privilege of travelling the world and experiencing a variety of cultures. Whether trekking through the jungle in Thailand or crunching down on a baguette in Paris, I'm always looking to experience life like the locals do it. Follow me - @PEllender | Google+ | LinkedIn | Pinterest

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