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Not a student (anymore)?

Anyone aged under 30 can get an International Youth Travel Card (IYTC), giving you youth discounts on anything from plane tickets to cinema tickets.

Or if you’re now working as a full-time teacher or professor, you can enjoy teacher discounts with the International Teacher Identity Card (ITIC).

What will I get from the IYTC youth card and ITIC teacher card?

With an IYTC youth card or ITIC teacher card you’re still part of the great ISIC global community with around 4.5 million users. You can take advantage of thousands of similar benefits, services and savings that the ISIC student card offers, at home and away. Don’t forget to carry your card around with you!

Where can I get my IYTC or ITIC card?

You can apply for an IYTC or ITIC card in almost every ISIC issuing point.

What do you need to get an IYTC?

The International Youth Travel Card is for people under 30 years old.

To get a International Youth Travel Card you need to present:

  • One of the following documents that identifies you and proves your age:
    - Passport
    - Birth Certificate
    - An official identity card issued by the official authorities
  • A passport sized photo

Some territories prefer to issue students in the age range of 12-18 with an International Scholar Identity Card, which comes with all the same great benefits when compared to the International Student Identity Card. The term ‘Scholar’ is simply used to distinguish between cardholders that are enrolled in high school (scholars) and those that are enrolled in higher/tertiary education institutions (e.g. college or university).

What do you need to get an ITIC?

The Teacher Card is for full-time teaching professionals.

To get a International Teacher Identity Card you need to present:

  • A letter on official school or university stationery confirming that you are employed at a recognised educational establishment for a minimum of 18 hours per week and for a minimum of one academic year.
  • An official identification document such as:
    - Passport
    - Birth Certificate
    - An official identity card issued by the official authorities
  • A passport sized photo

Some territories prefer to issue students in the age range of 12-18 with an International Scholar Identity Card, which comes with all the same great benefits when compared to the International Student Identity Card. The term ‘Scholar’ is simply used to distinguish between cardholders that are enrolled in high school (scholars) and those that are enrolled in higher/tertiary education institutions (e.g. college or university).