Do colleges allow you to travel internationally

Is multi tool allow in abroad travel?

As someone who works for a multitool company and also travels for a living I would offer a word of caution.

Although you can always travel with your multitool in your hold luggage there are many different carry laws around the world that's make carrying different models legal or not legal (depending on the blade length and if the blade locks or is assisted opening)

Leatherman did try to counter this issue by making A multitool that is safe for travel and also for wearing in every region, let me introduce the Leatherman Tread

29 tools that you can wear on your wrist and carry through airports, onto planes and wear in any country with no problems

How can a recent college graduate get a job which allows him to work in an international community and travel all over the world , much like what Roald Dahl did?

If you want to see the world while also making some money, looking for work internationally is a great idea. However, it can be very hard to find international opportunities and even harder to get your foot in the door. Most companies don’t want to spend the time and energy to fly candidates out to their headquarters for interviews. This is doubly true when it comes to the entry-level positions most college graduates would be looking at.

A great way to overcome this hurdle is through the power of online video. If you send a great overseas company a video resume, you are already showing you can creatively problem solve. You’re letting the company get to know you on a more personal level than a traditional resume and already addressing the distance question. In your video resume, you can stress that you’re looking forward to moving and to embracing new adventures. This will ease concerns you might lose your nerve when it comes time to relocate.

Video interviews are obviously great ways to address the need for face-to-face interaction without the travel costs. It would be especially good for college graduates, who the company would be less likely to fly out in the first place for an entry level position. Now you can interview in a cost effective manner and show overseas companies just how interested you are in starting a new post-graduate adventure.

Will a physics degree allow me to travel the world or will I be stuck working in a university my whole life?

My PhD friends in High Energy and Low Energy (theory AND experiment) go to a lot of conferences in different places, and work at labs in Europe and the US.  But, you will almost always return to a university or an institute where you spend most of your time.

On the other hand, if you do theory, and do it really well, you could always be like a physics version Erdos (not recommended, as he apparently used quite a lot of amphetamines, and a book about him is titled "The Man Who Loved Only Numbers").

Do colleges allow you to travel internationally?

Just about every college/university has a "study abroad" program where you and other students from that college spend a semester or a whole year in another country. Even small schools like those Midwestern liberal arts colleges (Beloit, Grinnell, St. Olaf's etc.) often team up with several other schools in their area to offer a study-abroad program.

When I was in college in the 70s this was only at the big colleges, but nowadays it's almost everywhere.

Does holding a US passport allow you to lower College tuition fees in the USA?

US public universities distinguish between resident (in-state), non-resident (out-of-state), and international student fees.

If one is an established resident of the state in which they attend college, the resident fees apply. If attending in another state, the non-resident fees apply; however, one may qualify as a resident after a certain period of time, often a year. If attending from abroad with a student visa, international fees apply. However, if one is a "resident alien" (a non-citizen who has been granted permanent residency and issued a "green card"), that individual will fall under the resident or non-resident fee schedule just as citizens would.

Passports are not necessary to establish citizenship; birth certificates are the critical document for birthright citizens and naturalization papers for elective citizens. The majority of US citizens don't actually hold passports though they are eligible to as citizens. Since we are relatively isolated (apart from Canada & Mexico), passports are rarely relevant to anything beyond travel abroad.

I want to travel the world and do humanitarian work, how can I do this?

Oh, probably numerous ways.

So when search engines on the net first came out, there was the phenomena of people trying to locate old friends. So for my test case I used about 10 classmates (this was before the .com) and the pastor’s son was one guy I used, and I found him working for a humanitarian non-profit. So numerous non-profits exist. One set of friends like to donate money and time to Oxfam.

You need to have knowledge and skills commencerate with the work you think you plan to do.

Mormons (LDS) go on missions. You can do similar whether religious or not.

The US has the Peace Corps.

There’s the UN (find out your member nation) and various sub organizations like WHO (an MD is useful, a PhD maybe, too, and who knows which other various degrees).

Who is going to pay for this (your travels)? Well, you might.

Robert Pelton’s Dangerous Places (non-) travel guides sometimes have a section on “Save the Planet” and he listed some organizations like the noted Oxfam. You do want to be careful of assignment areas as some are war zones. Additionally, you should also be aware and not naive that you may be a political pawn in some regions.

I noted the Peace Corps for instance. I had coworkers from what some people regard as “3rd” world countries but which don’t see their countries that way. And the Peace Corps came in thinking this way, and there were some disconnects.

What are some good college travel or international service learning or volunteering programs that allow you to travel and learn at the same time? I don't want to necessarily take classes at a university abroad.

Would you like some good old fashioned labour at an Organic farm in Australia?
World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms

This twitter account RT's/shares volunteer opportunities across the globe.
United Planet (UnitedPlanet) on Twitter

There is the United Nations, ofcourse.

There are only a limited volunteering options that do not ask for money. And lesser still is the reach of these options. Hence, even the little options that are available (and looking out for help genuinely) are not visible in the deluge of information that is the internet.

Back in the summer of 2013, I had applied to a volunteering opportunity with the Jamyang Foundation - to teach at a monastery in the Himalayas (actually very close to the Indo-Tibet Border, in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh). Free accommodation and food in the monastery. All I had to bear were my personal expenses, and travel to and fro the monastery. I believe you are looking for some such alternatives. Am not completely sure it is the same kind of learning you talk about in your question, but these are beautiful places with a lot of life lessons. Good luck...

What kind of math jobs will make me travel around the world?

If you are really,really great in maths, please check the link. I hope it opens new doors for you :)
10 jobs for math whizzes

Are you allowed to travel with food on Lufthansa Airlines?

As with any other airline, yes, provided that any fresh food is consumed before you reach your destination. Most countries will not allow fresh food from other countries because of the risk of spreading pests/disease that could do major damage.

Also, make sure the food doesn’t have a strong odour - it could potentially be banned from the flight if enough people complain.