One of the most important decisions that have to be taken by students is when should they depart for their studies. We help the students with the ideal departure process, from choosing which airline they should choose to which would give them the most excess baggage allowance. We begin to seek out the most cost-effective airline and flight for the student as soon as they apply for a visa. This process is essential so as to ensure that they avoid the hassle of trying to book a last minute ticket, not to mention last minute tickets are highly expensive.
>We provide the students with a complete list of airline carriers to choose to choose from. This pre-planning of air travel will help you secure early bird discounts and secure some beneficial discounts for you.


Studying abroad is a once in a lifetime opportunity for most so it’s important that you take full advantage of it. Costs can add up fast but we’re here to lessen your financial burden so you can explore more. Isn’t that what it’s all about? This is a reason we simply don’t leave you with a hole in pocket
We offer you ticketing solution, which would be easy on affordability index. We suggest options where we would fly you into a less expensive city and book a cheap flight, train ticket or bus ticket to your final destination

1. Travel by rail all over the world

Travelling by train is easy; from Japan’s bullet train to Europe’s extensive Inter-rail network you can see so many cities and countries without setting foot into an airport. So save time waiting for your flight and hop on a train. We cover the most extensive range of countries and destinations available by rail, at some of the most competitive prices. From Inter-railing across Europe and taking on the USA with Amtrak, to whizzing through Japan on its bullet trains, rail travel gives you lots of freedom as well as comfort and ease!

2. Travel by bus all over the world

Forget everything you know about bus travel. We have suppliers all over the world who are safe and reliable and pick up and drop off at your hotel or hostel. Benefits of flexible bus travel include independence, and included activities to save you time and money on your adventure.
Travel the world by bus with easy, flexible tickets at your fingertips. Travelling on one of hop-on hop-off bus routes allows you to take in the surroundings of a country and go off the beaten track at your own pace. Imagine yourself taking on the grand scenery of New Zealand, skipping from town to town in Asia, and crossing the mighty Americas to name but a few of the options available to you!
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Since the student will be going away from home for a long time he/she may also have excess luggage, this is why, in the list, we mention the maximum baggage allowed with every airline. Normally two checked-in luggage and one hand luggage is allowed with all airlines. Each luggage should approximately weigh 23 kgs to 25 kgs and 8 kg in a cabin luggage. Do not carry more than two check-in luggage. We update the student about the baggage recommendations by airline authorities, since these are frequently changed by several airlines regulations. We also classify things to be carried in hand luggage and checked in luggage.

On Arrival

EduBrix offers an airport pick-up service and assistance with temporary accommodation in coordination with the universities. This service is available only to new students who are flying for the first time. Returning students are not eligible to apply for this service. The service includes being met at International or Domestic Terminal and taken to a residential college or a location near the University. The pickup service provider/buddy will be holding a sign stating “EduBrix Overseas/Students Name”


Do not check the following documents in your baggage. If your baggage is lost or delayed, you will be unable to present the documents at your port of entry resulting in disallowing of your entry at the destination airport.
Carry all documentation safely, and have photocopies to back you up – letter from University, mark sheets, etc. Make three sets of the following copies, keep one set at home and take the remaining two sets with you.
  • Visa
  • Xth, Inter (10+2), Degree mark sheets, Convocation Certificates of Under graduation.
  • Acceptance letter from the University
  • Insurance (Travel and Health)
  • Receipt of University fee payment
  • University Contact Person Details
  • Initial accommodation arrangement details and payment receipt of the same
  • Doctor’s prescription (If your checked-in luggage contains medicines)
  • Immunization confirmation (If required by particular country)

Safety Norms

All the major countries have their own Technology Alert List (TAL) and Disallowed Items list which are subjected to revisions at regular intervals, which renders foreigner inadmissible as they are believed to seek to enter the country to violate laws prohibiting the export/import of goods, technology or sensitive information. Edubrix guides students regarding these Technology Alert List (TAL) and Disallowed Items list.

Tips on how to snag amazing student deals

  • The earlier you book your study abroad flight, the better
  • Be flexible when departing. Avoid the weekends if possible
  • Be flexible when booking. Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s are usually the cheapest days
  • Be flexible with times. Typically early morning or red-eye flights are cheaper
  • If you’re studying abroad in Europe, fly into a less expensive city and book a cheap flight or train ticket within Europe to your final destination