Even if rocket science is the subject, planning a successful trip shouldn’t be. We’re here to help, whether it’s your first time leading a trip and creating a new faculty-led program or a seasoned traveler who needs support improving an existing itinerary, we’ll make it easy for you to make your vision a reality. When Requesting a Proposal here are components of your planning process to consider:
1. When do you want to travel? Start planning 6-24 months before you travel. January-March is the most popular time in the academic calendar and also offers off-peak airfares! Once you have your concept in mind, it’s time for our conversation to begin. We start by listening to your ideas, so we can fully understand what you want to achieve in your program:
2. Where do you want to go? We can bring your vision to life anywhere in Europe that suits your curriculum. Theatre in Stratford upon Avon, Criminal Justice in the Netherlands? The choice is yours…
3. How long do you want to travel for? Most programs average 7-14 days but can be as long or as short as you wish.
4. What do you want to achieve and what are your learning outcomes? We can help you define which activities, workshops and meetings with international professionals best suit your goals.
5. How will the program fit in with your curriculum? Will you award credits? Many Professors schedule pre and post trip study sessions to fully integrate the program into the syllabus and award credits for participation.
6. What are your university’s processes for approval and deadline schedule? Always check in with your Study Abroad/Global Engagement team as soon as possible in the process.
7. How will I get the minimum enrollment number of ten students? Do I want to partner with another department in the program? Smaller schools often choose to open the program enrollment to other departments to attract the minimum number of 10 students + one faculty. We can create a multi-disciplinary program for you where students share flight and accommodations, but have different study schedules during the day. All our tours are private, we never combine groups unless requested.
8. How will I successfully promote the program to my students to make it a must-do experience? There are many ways to promote the trip including launch events, websites, posters, word of mouth, talk with your Study Abroad Office to find out what resources are available.
If you are ready to begin, please click here to request a proposal.
Step One — Request a Proposal
We cannot thank you enough for the incredible experience we had in London! The RADA course work was perfect for our graduate group, Tim was an incredible guide and the planning of the trip, from the workshops, transportation and shows was wonderful!! Every detail was clearly covered by your team! Thank you so much for the excellent service and awesome experience!!!."
JM, University of Houston, TX
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