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The gap-year guidebook 2013 and www.gap-year.com October 25, 2012

Posted by Jonathan Barnes, editor in New releases, the gap-year guidebook.
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We are very pleased to present the 2013 edition of the gap-year guidebook, which is available to order now, and the fully updated www.gap-year.com.

This popular guidebook is now in its 21st year and provides information, help and advice for anyone considering taking a gap-year.

We recognise, of course, that gaps don’t have to be for a year, and we’ve reflected that and current gap trends across the 440 pages.

The guidebook is organised into 12 chapters: Tips for Travellers; Finance; Career Breaks and Older Gappers; Travelling and Accommodation; Working Abroad; Volunteering Abroad; Learning Abroad: Sport; Working in the UK; Volunteering in the UK; and Further Study.

We also have some great articles from those who have already taken a gap, a preface by Phil Murray of www.gapadvice.org and a piece looking at the history of the gap-year, by David Stitt, of Gap360.com. We also feature some of the best pictures sent in from our 2012 Travel Photography Competition.

The 2012 edition of the book received some excellent reviews – the University of East Anglia’s Concrete newspaper described it as ‘like a Google search condensed into an easy-to-read book‘ – and we’re hoping the 2013 version can build on that success.

The guidebook is supported by the www.gap-year.com website, which includes a wealth of gap-year information. It has been fully updated for 2013 and we’ll continue to do so throughout the year.

To order a copy of the gap-year guidebook 2013, then click here.

For anything else regarding the guidebook, including any feedback or enquiries, please feel free to contact me at jonathanbarnes@johncatt.com



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