Travelling to the UK on an English tour is the ultimate immersion experience for students and teachers interested in Shakespeare and English literature. Opportunities abound for literary walking tours, and Stratford-upon-Avon brings Shakespeare’s hometown to life with live costumed performances and workshops at his birthplace.
A worldwide emphasis on preserving sites of historical significance in the 20th century has created a rich arena for exploring major events from the modern era. As a history teacher, you will reinforce classroom learnings and draw meaningful links to the national curriculum with a tour to Europe, the US, or Asia.
Invite your students to evaluate their perceptions of other cultural and geographical environments in the real-life context. An overseas geography tour promotes a legitimate understanding of different cultures and environments, teaches students to embrace new perspectives and practice field work while exploring the challenging geographical issues changing our world.
As globalisation expands in the 21st century, learning a second language has never been more important for a student’s career path and personal development. Language immersion promotes greater retention of vocabulary and comprehension, while introducing students to the relevant culture and increasing interest in the language.
Do you want to introduce your students to the top academic institutions in the world and raise their post-graduate aspirations? Visit some of the most prestigious universities in the United States and the United Kingdom, such as Princeton, Columbia, MIT, Harvard, Stanford, Oxford, and Cambridge.