Student Trips for Engineering
With a world full of engineering inspiration, an educational study tour allows your engineering students to explore and learning from some of the world’s iconic landmarks and innovative constructions.
Each destination has been chosen with the units from academic and vocational engineering modules in mind. Therefore, whatever your learning objectives, we have a range of engineering trips to suit your needs and your budget.
Our range of college trips for Engineering...
Our college and sixth form tours are the perfect accompaniment for students of Engineering. Each trip is created with the typical contents of a further education course in mind, providing students with incredibly memorable real-world revision for their A-Levels.
Furthermore, all of our trips can be adapted to suit the bespoke needs of your group - meaning trips can truly supplement any parts of the curriculum you want to focus on.
Check out our selection of Engineering trips below or get in touch with our team to discuss a more bespoke offering for your sixth form class.
During their study tour in London, your pupils will be able to explore many of the constructions which make the city so unique, from the London Eye and the Shard building the theme parks and manufacturing industries that surrounding the capital.
Engineering students will relish the chance to view structures such as the Eiffel Tower and Montparnasse Tower up close and enjoy a behind the scenes tour of the Stade de France.
The beautiful city boasts something to inspire students with a variety of interests, from stunning architecture that spans centuries, to some of the world’s most popular art galleries.
We've joined forces with a number of key organisations in Prague so you can pre-book a range of visits and tours on any study trip to Prague, all of which will enhance your programme and contextualise your students’ learning whilst gaining first-hand experience.
Our range of university trips for engineering students...
We’re a one-stop shop for your university group travel package for your engineering study tour.
Whether you’re looking for a travel package, or a comprehensive subject-linked itinerary, we’ll work with you to pull together exactly what you need.
We have a host of visits and programs for your study trip, which may help you to cover subject modules, such as engineering science, design, structural mechanics, and mathematics.
We've created group travel packages and BEng (Hons) programs, to destinations across the globe including Amsterdam, Barcelona, Bremen, Dubai, London, New York, Paris, Prague and Valencia.
- Support from one of our award-winning group travel Account Executive with excellent knowledge of destinations suited for an engineering trip
- A one-stop shop for your engineering student group travel package
- Multiple quote options to help you make the best value choice for your group
- Preferential rates with airlines, hotels & hostels, rail & other transport options & flexible flight booking options – reserve seats for longer than if you book direct
- On-the-ground support & assistance from our representatives
- Convenient and time-saving online travel technologies
- Risk management services for complete peace of mind
- External accreditations providing reassurance, including ABTA, ATOL & IATA licences
Price promise - we’ll beat any like-for-like quote
We’ll also beat any like-for-like quote to ensure you’re getting the most competitive price for your travel requirements.
What our customers are saying about us...
“Stacy was a pleasure to work with, she helped every step of the way and provided an excellent service. The accommodation was fantastic, students and staff both commented on the facilities available and cleanliness. The staff were very helpful and we had a brilliant time. The information pack I received in the post was very helpful on the trip and was a definite support as we traveled."
Ms Kylie Boon, University of Wales Trinity St Davids
“Rachel was absolutely brilliant, as usual. I couldn't rate her more highly - thank you!”
Mr Joe Miles, Photography Lecturer at Birmingham City University