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Understanding academic travel needs

We set high standards for the service we provide through Service Level Agreements, track success through detailed Key Performance Indicators  and coach and disseminate best practice amongst university staff in travel policy design and compliance.  We work closely with many of the UKs leading academic institutions including the London School of Economics and the University of Lincoln, suggesting improvements to travel policy procedures including expense management, purchase to pay and duty of care, so that the optimum return on investment for travel spend is achieved.

Our in-house specialists, the Oak team, are specifically assigned to our academic clients, meaning that there is always someone available with the knowledge and expertise relevant to the sector. This ensures our high standards are continuously met and enables us to meet client demand for speedy response times.

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Delivering value for money

We offer our clients in this sector access to a range of exclusive Academic air fares that provide a number of benefits

  • Extra baggage allowance
  • Hold for up to 11 months
  • Reduced change and cancellation fees
  • No minimum or Saturday night stay

Some of our academic clients

Nottingham Trent University LogoUniversity of London logoUni of Lincoln logoSalford University logo

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