Welcome to the first ALTO Pulse survey in 2021!

Thank you for your continuous engagement and support helping ALTO to collect data and to provide a worldwide perspective about the current situation and future expectations of the language and educational travel industry. 

The ALTO members' community is made up of agents, schools, associations and service providers therefore we included them all here to get an overall picture about all stakeholders. 

The survey is open to members and non-members and the results will be public, distributed to all ALTO Newsletter subscribers and via social media. 

The questionnaire takes 2 minutes to complete. Please submit your answers as soon as possible and no later than 29th January 2021. Thank you for your contribution! 

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* 1. What type of organisation are you?

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* 3. What percentage of student bookings (revenue in case of associations and service providers) compared to 2019 do you expect to receive in? In order to keep the chart comparable with previous ALTO Pulse reports, please include ALL student bookings into this projection.

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January - May 2021
June - August 2021
September – December 2021
January - May 2022
June - August 2022

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* 4. What percentage of junior programme bookings (associations and service providers skip this question) compared to 2019 do you expect to receive in?

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January - May 2021
June - August 2021
September – December 2021
January - May 2022
June - August 2022

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* 5. Do you have sufficient funds to sustain your business for the next 6 months if the revenue stream stays the same?

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* 6. When do you feel the COVID-19 vaccine will be rolled out and available to everyone who wishes to get vaccinated?

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* 7. As a result of the effects of COVID-19 some organisations have stopped operating in the past few months. Do you see further closures of agencies and schools in the near future within the industry?

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