Student Trips for Psychology & Sociology
On a psychology study trip your students will get the chance to explore key study themes on the curriculum, allowing them to further expand on their knowledge. This insight into psychology will give them a deeper understanding of their chosen subject, and help them to develop a passion for working in psychology.
We have a wide range of destinations and subject-relevant visits for students of psychology and sociology. From studying conformity and cultural influence in Berlin and Krakow, exploring memory and treatment methods in London, to discovering more about dysfunctional behaviour in New York, your educational trip will provide students with a memorable study experience.
Our range of college trips for Psychology & Sociology...
Our college and sixth form tours are the perfect accompaniment for students of Psychology & Sociology. 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 Psychology & Sociology trips below or get in touch with our team to discuss a more bespoke offering for your sixth form class.
Psychology LIVE! Disneyland Paris
Psychology LIVE! Disneyland Paris
Show your students psychology in action at our Psychology LIVE! Conference on Monday 9th March 2020. This immersive event will allow your students to grasp the fundamentals of human behaviours in action whilst providing relevant examples and case studies for exams.
Students on a psychology & sociology trip to Berlin will enjoy learning about the city’s past including World War II, the Holocaust and the fall of the Berlin Wall. Popular visit ideas include The Fuhrer Bunker, where Hitler spent time prior to the end of World War II, The Holocaust Memorial which commemorates the Jewish people murdered during the holocaust and The Wall museum which documents the history of the Berlin Wall.
Educational trips to China make for a fascinating visit for college and university students of psychology & sociology, where you will find lots to tie in with their learning whilst being able to visit the venue that provided the world with one of the most memorable, visually stunning Olympics of all time.
Edinburgh is a fascinating destination for those studying psychology & sociology, a city full of history and a UNESCO World Heritage Site at the core. Edinburgh’s many museums, galleries and historic buildings give the city its unique character and wide appeal and make it a popular destination for students of all disciplines.
Krakow, with opportunities to explore pre-war history or to better understand the Holocaust, the city is guaranteed to leave an impact on your psychology & sociology students. The Jewish quarter where Schindler’s List was filmed and a guided excursion to Auschwitz-Birkenau as part of your study trip itinerary bring home the realities of Nazi occupation for your students.
London is a great value and easily accessible destination for your psychology & sociology students with a variety of educational visits, including the Bethlem Museum of the Mind for studying the history of mental health care and treatment, and also London Zoo, where their workshops explore the psychology of phobias, their symptoms and triggers.
New York offers all you need for the perfect psychology & sociology trip. Core study themes of social influence and memory can be expertly explored through New York’s excellent museums and memorials. Uncover the psychological scars of the shocking events of 9/11 by visiting the 9/11 Memorial and Museum and hearing first-hand accounts from survivors and rescue workers.
Vienna is an ideal destination for students of psychology & sociology, providing a fascinating insight into the life and work of the founder of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud. The Austrian Resistance Archive is also a must see, created to educate the country’s youth about the crimes of National Socialism and the consequences of Austria’s loss of self-identity and freedom after Nazi annexation in March 1938.
Our range of university trips for psychology & sociology...
We’re a one-stop shop for your university group travel package for your psychology & sociology 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 developmental psychology, biological psychology, clinical and forensic psychology, brain and behaviour, and conflict psychology.
We've created group travel packages to destinations across the globe including Berlin, Brussels, Krakow, London and New York.
- Support from one of our award-winning group travel Account Executive with excellent knowledge of destinations suited for a psychology & sociology trip
- A one-stop shop for your psychology & sociology 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...
“Sophie Edwards has been amazingly supportive in dealing with our very tricky institution. Great tour. StudyLink help us immensely each time.”
Ms Freya Billington, University of the West of England
“Nadine answered every query without hesitation and made the process of coordinating a trip so much easier. Perfect flights, accommodation and transfers. Nadine was a great source of help throughout.”
Mr Mike Rayner, University of Portsmouth