Why you should go on a Study Tour??
A lot of people think that Educational Travel is just a fancy name for a sightseeing tour but in reality, a well-organized and carefully planned tour with sightseeing and hands-on learning opportunities can be really beneficial for the students. In simple words, a study tour is a unique travel experience that combines learning with traveling. Excursia Tours conduct International Study Tours for students, with the aim of providing exposure & experience that helps them to get first-hand information regarding the cultures and customs followed in different countries. The tours have an academic focus wherein the students have the opportunity to visit a university, attend a lecture, seminar or workshop. The lectures are conducted by subject matter expert of the University. The lectures comprise information on the University and education on a pre-decided topic(s) for the students. In the end, the students are presented with the “Certificate of Participation” by the concerned authority from the university.
During the tour, the students get an opportunity to visit various companies/government organizations/start-ups, museums, etc. To get a feel of business trends and culture of that country. The industrial visits give students insight into how the companies in a particular sector operate.
Some Key Benefits of Study Tours/ Educational Tours are:
- Students can actually visit the places they have learnt about in classrooms.
- Students will get a chance to learn about the history and architecture of the different places.
- University visits, School visits will provide them a good knowledge about the working of educational systems in those countries. Also to network, commute, know the opportunities, soft skills and discipline.
- Students will learn about the lifestyle, culture and language.
- Study Tour will provide them a real-world experience.
- A real world experience will boost their confidence which will help them in their lives.
- Study Tour experiences will be really beneficial for their future studies.