Create a learning experience that matters with an EA's STEM trip abroad. We tailor each trip to suit the learning objectives and interests of your students. Download the brochure to learn more about EA's STEM trip options.
EA School Tours can organise a trip for you anywhere in the world. Here are some popular destinations.
The USA offers students and teachers a world of school science and technology trip possibilities! Offering iconic landmarks from coast to coast, impressive educational institutions such as the Kennedy Space Center and NASA as well as Silicon Valley the home of new-age digital technology, and The Grand Canyon. School trips to The USA will leave teachers and students inspired and offer trip memories to last a lifetime.
Tour the iconic sites and architecture, and visit the many important and iconic landmarks that make each country unique. Learn about the vibrant culture and history of Europe and the UK stretching back to Roman times. Ride the London Eye to get a panoramic view of the South Bank cultural complex and the entire city of London. Students can take in sights of historical significance such as Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament, before whizzing under the English Channel to Paris. Explore the Louvre, Arc de Triomphe, and the Pompidou Centre.
Students can walk across the significant engineering landmark, Puente de la Mujer, Spanish for "Women's Bridge", a rotating footbridge for Dock 3 of the Puerto Madero commercial district of Buenos Aires. Discover the technology which has contributed to the construction and how historic principles of design can influence new developments today.
Since 2006, we have been helping schools and sports teams organise international trips. We have worked with hundreds of schools on every element of their trip - from suggesting the best locations domestically or internationally, to planning every detail on the final itineraries.
"Once again, thank you to EA for organising this really wonderful tour for our boys and staff. Last year was my 30th year of continuous teaching of secondary science and the NASA tour was probably the highlight, personally for me, in my teaching career!"
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