Our range of college and school Psychology trips give students the chance to explore the historical and psychological legacy of destinations around the world and help develop their understanding of the subject.
London offers great value and is easily accessible for your Psychology & Sociology students. We can arrange exclusive visits to the British Psychoanalytical Society where students can learn about careers in mental health and what it’s like to be a clinical psychologist. Other visits include the Freud Museum and the Jack the Ripper walking tour which follows in the footprints of the criminal legend who was never caught.
During a visit to Krakow your students will learn about the reality of living under Nazi occupation through a visit to the Galicia Jewish Museum, the Krakow Ghetto and to Auschwitz-Birkenau. As the famous psychologist Carl Rogers once said of Vienna “This is where all the trouble started!” The city was the birthplace of psychoanalysis and the home of Sigmund Freud where you can visit the apartment where he lived when he was forced into exile by the Nazis and is now a museum. Finally, in New York the core study themes of social influence and memory can be expertly explored through many visits including the Jewish Heritage Museum, the Lower East Side Immigration Museum and the 9/11 Memorial.
In addition, we offer our LIVE! Student Conference Event where expert and live speaker presentations aim to bring key curriculum topics to life, provide students with access to information and case studies that they can't find in a text book and help inspire your students’ future careers.
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