Harvard continues to prohibit all University-related international travel and to strongly discourage personal international travel until public health conditions change.
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Many common U.S. medications and supplements are illegal abroad or require government authorization.
Continue planning for potential changes in immigration, employment, project costs, and more during the 11-month transition period.
Unfortunately, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has cancelled our on-campus Global Entry enrollment events due to staffing priorities.
Advice for men and women on what to cover, when, and where based on travel experiences in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.
Getting scammed can happen to the best of us. Learn what to watch for to avoid being a target.
Civil unrest is common throughout the world and takes on different forms. If you’re traveling to a country with known protest activity, our advice can help you before you leave and while you're away.
Harvard students, faculty, and staff will benefit from resources that help advance access, diversity, equity, and inclusion in global education.
Review these helpful reminders to ensure you can travel to and from your destination.
Learn how to make safe food and drink choices while abroad to avoid the most common travel-related illness.