Student Trips for Media & Film Studies
On a media & film studies trip your students will get to experience some of the world’s top media organisations first hand. Our study tours offer a wealth of options for your students to explore an array of media products, including television, film, radio, newspapers and online media, plus much, much more.
Our educational experiences include practical sessions, workshops and inspiring tours, to really bring the subject matter to life and to inspire your students to pursue a career in one of their preferred media forms.
Our range of college trips for Media & Film Studies...
Our college and sixth form tours are the perfect accompaniment for students of Media & Film Studies. 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 Media & Film Studies trips below or get in touch with our team to discuss a more bespoke offering for your sixth form class.
Media LIVE! Disneyland Paris
Media LIVE! Disneyland Paris
Inspire their future career at our Media LIVE! conference on Monday 2nd March 2020. Bring media studies to life for your students and fire their future career ambitions by showing them the many different paths a career in media could take at our Media LIVE! conference - all whilst enjoying the magic of Disneyland® Paris!
A study trip to Berlin will combine education and learning with a fusion of glamour, history and tradition. Germany’s capital is brimming with grand galleries, historic museums, buzzing bistros, markets and parks. Let your Media and Film students be swept away by this vibrant, fascinating city, filled with entertainment and culture.
Field trips for Media and Film students to Budapest offer a unique experience. Whilst visiting this beautiful city, your students have the opportunity to take a tour of the Korda Film Studios, visit a newspaper or magazine publisher, and get an insight into a working TV studio.
London is a fantastic destination for Media and Film student trips and is home to a huge array of famous landmarks, attractions and museums. Being the home of the BBFC, students can learn about the film industry's classification process as well as discovering the amazing cinema experience that is the BFI IMAX.
A sprawling metropolis and home to the stars. Los Angeles is the epicentre of glitz and glamour but has plenty more to offer if you scratch beneath the surface for your Media and Film students. From studio workshops to theatre tours, the heart of the movie industry cannot fail to inspire your students.
New York, the city that never sleeps plays host to an exciting and ever developing world of educational opportunities for your Media and Film students. The fast-paced, vibrant city has a great choice of educational attractions including Times Square, Central Park, the Empire State Building, Broadway and The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The beautiful city of Paris boasts something to suit students of Media and Film disciplines, with visits to Cinema Rex and Disneyland Paris which will give your students a behind the scenes view of many aspects of media production including special effects, sound effects and projection rooms.
Known as the "European Hollywood" the Czech Republic and the world famous Barrandov Film Studio are a hub for film talent this side of the Atlantic. TV Studios and Radio broadcasters also open their doors to visitors who give an insight into production methods and the broadcasting suites followed by the chance to quiz the professionals.
Japan’s unique culture makes it a fascinating destination for a Media & Film Studies field trip. Tokyo is a major influence on global media and film making and home to some the world’s most iconic backdrops including Harajuku, Ginza and Shinjuku.
Our range of university trips for media & film studies...
We’re a one-stop shop for your university group travel package for your media & film studies 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 the cinema & society and film & its audiences, plus globalisation and media futures.
We've created group travel packages to destinations across the globe including Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Copenhagen, Geneva, Los Angeles, Lisbon, London, New York, Paris, Prague, Rome, Valencia and Vienna.
- Support from one of our award-winning group travel Account Executive with excellent knowledge of destinations suited for a media & film studies trip
- A one-stop shop for your media & film studies 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...
“An excellent level of service - thank you particularly to Stacy Barks, our main point of contact but also to her colleagues who were able to help when she was not available from time to time. It was extremely enjoyable and went very smoothly.”
Mr. Ato Erzan-Essien, University of Chester
“Rachel Cain was great throughout the process. Guided me through the booking procedures. Nothing seemed to much of a task whilst ensuring it came within budget. Thank you!”
Mr Jonathan Hunt, University for the Creative Arts