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    Full-day excursions

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    Our campus is located in the Heart of England. As a result, students see more of the UK on our full-day excursions.


    Our carefully planned menu of London options mean that we make sure our students use their time well and do more and see more in London.

    London: The Thames

    Perfect for your first trip to London

    Carolina (Mexico), Maria (Spain), Laura (Brazil), Giacomo (Italy) and Maria (Brazil) taking a cruise on the River Thames

    Take the ferry down the river Thames safely seeing all the major sites on the way including Big Ben, The London Eye, Saint Paul’s Cathedral, Shakespeare’s Globe, The Shard, HMS Belfast, The Golden Hind and Tower Bridge! Get off at The Tower of London to see the Crown Jewels! Take the ferry back up the river.

    Enjoy a short walking tour taking in Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square and finish up with time to shop in Covent Garden!

    London: The British Museum

    Perfect for students who love history

    The British Museum


    Spend the day in The British Museum taking in the culture and marvels of the whole world from the Egyptian mummies to the most famous statue from Ancient Greece! There is also time for shopping in Oxford Street!

    The British Museum website:

    London: The Big 3 Museums

    Perfect for students who love nature or science or art or all three

    The Science Museum


    Three world class museums in one place: The Science Museum, The Natural History Museum, and the Victoria and Albert Museum. Our guides will make sure that you see the best bits of the museum you choose. Complete your day with the ultimate shopping experience in the world’s most famous shop: Harrods.

    The Natural History Museum website:

    The Science Museum website:


    Go back to 60 AD and visit the spectacular Roman
    Baths. This city is so beautiful that it is now a UNESCO
    World Heritage site.

    The Roman Baths, in Bath


    The Roman Baths


    Home of The Beatles and The Titanic


    Former European city of culture, Liverpool is not only the home of The Beatles and The Beatles Museum, but also the home of the Titanic and The Maritime Museum where students can see items from the shipwreck. Liverpool also boasts Tate Liverpool, the most famous modern art gallery outside London.

    The Beatles Museum website:


    Did you know that Manchester is just as famous for music as for football? This lively and creative city is also a great place to go to university.

    If you choose the Manchester excursion you will take a trip to the National Football Museum where you will discover how the story of most popular sport in the world began.

    Manchester United Football Club

    The National Football Museum


    The home of Oxford University and one of the most attractive cities in the UK.  

    Take a tour through the ‘city of dreaming spires’. Afterwards, go ‘punting’ on the river, or learn about the diversity of human and animal life at the spectacular Pitt Rivers Museum.

    Punting on the river in Oxford


    The spectacular Pitt Rivers Museum

    The Pitt Rivers Museum:


    A modern and prestigious university town with lots of history and great shopping.

    ss Great Britain – the world’s first iron clad ship

    Bristol is a fabulous place for a day out. Student visit the spectacular ss Great Britain: the world’s first iron clad ship. On the ss Great Britain, students do not have to imagine history, they can touch it, feel it, smell it, almost taste it.

    SS Great Britain website:



    Warwick Castle and Stratford

    A modern and prestigious university town with lots of history and great shopping.

    A spectacular day out: at Warwick Castle students experience one of the scariest dungeons in England and visit Stratford, home of William Shakespeare, possibly the greatest writer in the English Language.

    Inside the castle
    The Dungeon
    Highlight: jousting knights

    Warwick Castle website:



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