Do the recent terror attacks put you off travelling overseas?
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.