Useful Information

Useful information about Study Abroad Tours

Useful information


You will be issued a receipt upon signup, and we will contact you within 24 hours to verify your registration and answer any queries you may have. If you haven’t received any emails or calls from us, please let us know at
Unfortunately you cannot pay in cash but if you have a specific way you would like to pay, get in touch and we can see if we can work something out.
You can sign up via our website or email us directly via the contact page.


Our participants range from 7 to 18 years old, and we will pair them up by similar age and gender.
Participants should be able to communicate in basic English and are able to move around easily within the campus. Note that some campuses are not wheelchair friendly. They should also have individual travel documents with at least 6 months validity, and possess the relevant visas for entry into the respective countries. Please see the country pages for more information.


Yes of course! We provide a very busy schedule for our students to make sure they get the most out of camp. We find that most students will talk to their parents after dinner and before the evening activitiy.
Yes. Please inform us of any dietary requirement when filling out the student registration form after signing up for camp.
Boys and Girls will most likely be in the same hostel but either on different floors or different blocks depending on the layout of the hostel.
In most of our camps the classrooms and rooms are on the same campus. Occasionally they will be on different campuses so please check with us to clarify. For homestay programmes the students must travel to class.
Team building activities can range from traditional team sports such as football, basketball and volleyball to more uniques games and activities devised by our activity staff
Homesickness is normal and we will make sure to look after your child properly. It usually takes a couple of days for students to feel comfortable away from parents so we would encourage parents to talk to students if necessary and encourage them to join in all the camp activities to take their minds off homesickness.
All students are required to purchase their own travel insurance before coming to camp.
BlueSky has a 24/7 member of staff at camp to make sure all students are safe. They are also first aid trained. All our staff having training before camp to ensure they know how to handle any situations regarding safety.


Kemp House, 152 City Road, London EC1V 2NX United Kingdom

724 Botany Road, Mascot, Sydney NSW 2020, Australia

5 Temasek Blvd, Floor 17, Suntec Tower 5, Singapore, 038985



    SINGAPORE - Study Tour Abroad


    Singapore has been at the forefront of research into environmental regulation, environmental technologies and sustainability for over 40 years. Come and learn about how we continue to develop technology to make it better for the environment in years to come.

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    AUSTRALIA - Study Tour Abroad


    With its excellent weather, stunning beaches and friendly people, it is truly a modern paradise. Students can choose between Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane for their BlueSky experience in Australia or they can even mix it up and do a multi-city camp!

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    UNITED KINGDOM - Study Tour Abroad


    The stunning architecture, the rich history, the multicultural society and the incredible selection of bucket list moments on offer make London a firm favourite with students and an unforgettable experience!

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    ONLINE PROGRAMMES - Study Tour Abroad


    A wide range of online courses from taster lectures with top university faculty, to international exchanges with local university students and host families as well as standard ESL, Public Speaking and Business classes among others.

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