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Business! Money talks so get your students to listen! From the inner workings of big name banks, to some of the largest fiscal institutes on the planet, inspire the business minds of tomorrow with an international tour.


s l e s s u Br

all things ‘EU’

HIGHLIGHTS:

An administrative capital which is both bureaucratic and bizarre. Home to the European Parliament, don’t be surprised when you bump into the odd diplomat.

v The National Bank of

Belgium Museum v European Parliament v EU Commission

Visitors Centre v The Grand Palace

Inclusions:

v Audi Factory

v Flights

v Pre-departure teacher pack

v UK & overseas transfers

v 24-hour emergency service

v 2 nights’ accommodation

v F  ree trip leader place options

TOPICS TICKED OFF:

v Global strategy v Financial structure

Itinerary Day 1 Leave the UK and fly to Brussels. In the afternoon, you and your

group will enjoy a guided tour of the National Bank of Belgium. Then, that evening, your group can enjoy a traditional Belgian meal.

Day 2 Start your day with a guided tour of the European Parliament

v Politics & economics v Monetary systems v Corporate financial

planning WHAT YOU CAN ADD:

buildings to grasp a better understanding of the political underpinnings of the city. In the afternoon, students can explore the EU Commission Visitors Centre, then take in the delights of the Grand Palace.

v A day trip to: Bruges,

Day 3 Explore the factory of the global manufacturing giant, Audi.

v Chocolate making

Holding a name in one of the world’s most lucrative sectors, this is one of the most successful brands in the world. Enjoy a bite to eat in the famous Jordan Square before catching your flight back to the UK.

Antwerp or Waterloo session & tour v The Atomium v Explore production

of Het Belang van Limburg v Magritte Museum


t r u f k n a Fr

GERmany’s sugar daddy Glamorous and glitzy, Frankfurt hosts one of the world’s largest stock exchanges and is home to the European Central Bank HQ. High rollers ahoy!

HIGHLIGHTS:

v Deutsche Bank v F  rankfurt Stock

Exchange v T  he Euro & Banking

City walking tour

Inclusions:

v O  pel Car Factory

v Flights

v Pre-departure teacher pack

v UK & overseas transfers

v 24-hour emergency service

v 2 nights’ accommodation

v F  ree trip leader place options

Itinerary Day 1 Land in Frankfurt and head straight over to your accommodation.

v E  uropean Central

Bank (ECB) TOPICS TICKED OFF:

v Financial policy v S  tocks & shares v P  roduction line

functions

In the afternoon, your group will enjoy a presentation delivered at the Deutsche Bank headquarters.

v G  lobalisation

Day 2 Rise early and head over to the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, think big

v Importing & exporting

screens and even bigger money! In the afternoon, your group will enjoy the Euro & Banking City walking tour where students can explore the transport links that support the gains of financial institutes.

WHAT YOU CAN ADD:

Day 3 Visit the Opel Car Factory, before exploring the European Central

v Main tower

Bank (ECB). The brand new visitors centre is a place where students can interactively explore the activities at ECB and the daily lives of business people.

v D  ay trip to Heidelberg

castle v S  chwetzingen Castle

& Gardens v T  he Commerzbank-

Arena Stadium


k r o Y w Ne

HIGHLIGHTS:

empire state of mind

v M  acy’s tour v F  inancial District

walking tour New York is the city that never sleeps. If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere.

v T  he Empire State

Building v 9  /11 Memorial &

Museum v F  ederal Reserve Bank

Inclusions:

of New York

v Flights

v Pre-departure teacher pack

v UK & overseas transfers

v 24-hour emergency service

v 3 nights’ accommodation

v F  ree trip leader place options

v M  useum of American

Finance v B  roadway show TOPICS TICKED OFF:

Itinerary Day 1 Land in the Big Apple and transfer to your accommodation. Start

your time in New York with a guided tour of Macy’s. Your students will get to understand the inner workings of America’s largest department store and get an introduction to merchandising.

v Fiscal policy v Stocks & shares v Merchandising v Retail industry v Economics

Day 2 Embark on a guided tour to see the ins and outs of the Financial

District. Wander to Wall Street and get a glimpse of traders in action. In the afternoon, your students will venture over to the 9/11 Memorial & Museum, one of the biggest monuments showing respect to modern history.

Day 3 Do as the bankers do and rise early to visit the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Then your students can explore the exhibits at the Museum of American Finance. In the evening, your students will get the opportunity to watch a Broadway Show.

Day 4 Head over to the Empire State Building for great views of the city. Later, rest up in Central Park and enjoy some free time exploring the city before catching the evening flight home.

WHAT YOU CAN ADD:

v MOMA v H  arlem Civil

Rights Tour v W  all Street business

workshops v G  uided tour of the

United Nations


Prague

CZECH PLEASE! Don’t let the spires and gargoyles fool you, this is a city at the forefront of European business.

HIGHLIGHTS:

v Škoda Car Plant visit v C  ERGE-EI Institute

Inclusions:

v Czech Stock Exchange v Czech National Bank

v Flights

v Pre-departure teacher pack

v UK & overseas transfers

v 24-hour emergency service

v 2 nights’ accommodation

v F  ree trip leader place options

Exhibition TOPICS TICKED OFF:

v Political structure

Itinerary Day 1 Arrive in the capital and begin with a visit to the Prague Stock

Exchange, one of the oldest market traders in the country. In the evening, your group will enjoy their first evening meal.

Day 2 Kick off your second day in the city with a visit to the Škoda Car

Plant. The company employs over 28,700 and is an integral part of the economy. In the afternoon, your group can explore the Czech National Bank Exhibition, where they will learn about the development of the digital monetary system.

Day 3 In the morning, your students can enjoy an economics lecture at the CERGE-EI Institute, professionals can deliver presentations on your choice of topics. Your group can enjoy some free time in the afternoon, where they can tick off the popular attractions: Charles Bridge, Prague Castle and Wenceslas Square.

v Monetary systems v Fiscal policies v Manufacturing

industry v Production line &

logistics WHAT YOU CAN ADD:

v City of Prague

Museum v Barrandov Film Studio v U Fleku Brewery v Toyota, Peugeot and

Citroën factory


Tokyo neon-lit powerhouse A city that boasts skyscrapers and futuristic skylines, beckoning the brightest and best of the business world. The poster boy for Asia’s advancements, find out makes this city tick.

Inclusions:

HIGHLIGHTS:

v H  ouse of Councillors

v Flights

v Pre-departure teacher pack

v T  okyo Stock Exchange

v UK & overseas transfers

v 24-hour emergency service

v S  ony Building

v 6 nights’ accommodation

v F  ree trip leader place options

v H  onda Welcome Plaza v J apanese cooking class

Itinerary Day 1 Touch down in Tokyo and transfer to your accommodation. That night, enjoy a welcome banquet of local specialities.

Day 2 Take a guided tour of the House of Councillors and enjoy some free time in the afternoon to explore the city at leisure.

v N  ijo Castle v K  inkakuji Temple v A  kihabara district v N  ational Museum of

Emerging Science v T  oyota’s Mega Car

Theme Park

Day 3 Students will get into the ‘nitty, gritty’ by visiting the Tokyo Stock Exchange. In the afternoon, head over to the Sony Building for technology showrooms and display spaces.

Day 4 Students can get up close and personal with a human scale robot!

At the Honda Welcome Plaza, students will see a wide range of sustainable and modern automobiles and yes, robots! In the afternoon, your group can learn how to make miso and sushi in a Japanese cooking class.

Day 5 Today, you’ll sample the local culture by heading to Nijo Castle and

TOPICS TICKED OFF:

v Business functions v T  echnological

advancements v MNE’s v Sustainable tourism

Kinkakuji Temple. Later, wander through the Akihabara district where your students can see all the latest gadgets from international tech giants.

v Innovation

Day 6 Visit Japan’s National Museum of Emerging Science and sample

WHAT YOU CAN ADD:

technology that’s set to shape the future. Later visit Toyota’s Mega Car Theme Park to learn about hybrid cars and their impact on the economy.

Day 7 Last breakfast as a group before catching your return flight home.

v V  isit Kamakura v Visit Nikko v Hike Mount Fuji


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