After recent terror attacks in Manchester, London and most recently, Melbourne, it only stands to reason people would be wary about travelling overseas.
- Melbourne gunman named as terror suspect Yacqub Khayre
- 12 arrested after London terror attacks released without charge
On Monday night, a man was shot dead and a woman taken hostage in Melbourne, by a man who claimed he was a soldier of Islamic State. He was killed in a stand-off with police officers.
Seven people were killed during the weekend in a terror attack near London Bridge, while two weeks ago, 22 people, including children, were killed leaving a concert in Manchester.
Tighter security and heightened travel warnings are turning once-safe holiday spots such as the UK, into concerning ones.
But is it enough to deter university students from taking their big OE, a Kiwi rite of passage?
Newshub went to Auckland University to find out what students are thinking.
Watch the video.