Travel to Academic Events, pay only when you get reimbursed

We cover the event fees and book travel and accommodation for you. Our prices already include the commission, so you will be fully reimbursed.

Travel to Academic Events, pay only when you get reimbursed

For scholars attending academic events

Assist to conferences, events and trainings

We will finance your trip until you get reimbursed

Plane Tickets
You choose your itinerary.
Hotel Rooms
Thousands of hotels worldwide.
Lowest Interest Rates
9 out of 10 scholars get 0% interest with us
Reimbursement ready
Get pre-approved with proof of future reimbursement
Conference and other events
Virtual, local, travel. We help you cover the up front costs while you wait for your reimbursement.
Other expenses
Tell us a little on how are you using the financing and the payback term you need.

For traveling Academic

Travel with any comercial airline and access thousands of hotels world wide

We will help you design your itinerary and provide you with financing for your travel and lodging. Pay for it when you get reimbursed.

Air Travel
We help you find the best travel alternative that firs your budget.
Thousands of hotels worldwide. You booking is prepaid, never worry payment on site.
Reimbursement paperwork
We got you covered, you don't need to worry for losing receipts and invoices.
For traveling Academic


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“Got my AECT travel reimbursement today. Just over a month to get repaid for conference travel. Being an academic means that you always need money to play with and can hopefully go weeks without being repaid. #PhDLife #AcademicTwitter”

Dr. Noah Glaser

“For many grad students, financial anxiety originates from loans they’ve already taken out for their undergraduate years — and they’ve since added more debt on top of that. A recent report from the Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center found that 54 percent of student loan-holders didn’t try to figure out what their monthly payments would be before taking out loans. If they could go back and do it over, 53 percent said they would do things differently.”

Beth Luberecki
@The Washington Post

“Stop making graduate students pay up front for conferences As I write this, I have two academic trips coming up in the next month. Together, they will cost just over US$1,300.”

John Malloy
@Nature Magazine

“Reimbursement Culture and Widening Participation in Academia Last week, shortly after booking my first overseas PhD research trip, I found out that I’d had a paper proposal accepted by a major conference. Though both of these events were exciting, I swiftly realised that my combined travel and accommodation costs for these trips will be somewhere in the region of £1,500.”

“I am waiting on $2,700, some of which has now been on a credit card for over 18 mos.”


“As department chair at another institution I had to pay for dept events on my own credit - and it would take 3 months plus to get reimbursed. Dean didn’t seem to understand the realities of family budgeting.”

Catriona MacLeod

“Requiring students to ante up conference funds up front without the hope of being reimbursed for months makes academia less welcoming for scientists who are financially disadvantaged”

Jessica Sagers
@Science Magazine