History: Tracing the route of Hitler from Munich to Berlin. Guided Third Reich walks and educational tours in Museums.
Literature & English: Trace the roots of the English writers and poets, creative and poetry writing workshops working writers & poets, workshops at Shakespeare's birthplace and Globe Theatre.
Geography & Science (Field Studies Council): A series of on-site location that offers 3-5 days residence programmes for students. Much of the work is based in the field and collection field data analysis back at the centre.
Drama: Masterclasses on costume designs and make-ups. Drama workships by working actors. Guided tour of Globe. Backstage tours of Theatres. Musical and play watching.
Art: Guided talks and lessons in various museums across London - National Gallery, Tate Modern. Cartoon drawing workshop. Visit and talk in Saatchi Gallery. Visit to Goldsmith and Slade.
Economics: Introductory talk on the history of money and the history of the English bank notes in Bank of England. Specialised talks by educational members of the London Stock Exchange.
IT: Silicon Valley, School exchange with Berkeley University, Stanford University. Visit to Computer History Museum, Intel and NASA Research Center. Disney YES(Youth Education Series) programme.
Geography:Volcano and coastal studies in Hawaii. Ranger guided tour of the Grand Canyon. Visit a wind farm.
Economics: Visit the bank vaults and undersand about the functions of the Federal Reserve. Guided walks through the financial districts. Attend a lecture by the staff of the IMF. See where the US currencies are printed.
Cultural Exchange: Visit the Museum of Chinese in America and interview a Chinese migrant. Gain insight to the livelihood of a Jewish migrant in New York. Visit to Ellis Island. Walking tour of Chinatown, Little Italy etc. Guided tour of the United Nations. Visits to the various university campuses - Columbia, MIT, Harvard.