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Travel To Learn Series of Educational Study Tours

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"Travel-to-Learn" series of Educational Programs for your School. All these programs have "Defined Learning Outcomes." and complement your Students area of Study. As Director of Teaching & Learning am sure these are of great interest to you.

• Immersion Programs in UK / USA / Spain / Canada
• CAS based programs in SE Asia & Duke of Edinburgh's award trips
• Admission Programs for Universities ( UK University tour & US Application Course)
• Science Based programs at CERN
• Theatre Programs
• Sports Programs
• NSLC ( Short Term Career Oriented Summer Courses).

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Travel To Learn Series of Educational Study Tours

  1. 1. TRAVAELTOLEARN t he DY T= OUi
  2. 2. I am a passionate traveler, and from the time I was a child, travel formed me as much as my formal education David Rockefeller The Rockefeller legacy began with a 16-year-old bookkeeper in Chevel-and. Ohio. whose great ambitions where to earn 3; 100.000 and live 100 years. That young man was John Davidson Rockefeller in 1855. who in 25 years would become the wealthiest man of his time and arguably the wealthiest in history. reigning over a monopoly that refined as much as 90 percent of America's oil.
  3. 3. stay curious. .. Door Principal, Greetings from Travel To learnt! Today, progressive educationists believe that students in the present day & age have to go beyond mere ‘classroom teaching‘, they need a combination of ‘outdoor education’, ‘experiential learning‘ 8. 'internationa| ism' to be able to cope 8: make a difference in a rapidly changing 8- developing world. We have developed the ‘Travel - To - Learn’ series oi Educational Tours to meet your schools Learning Objectives, the tours have been developed in association with our International Partners to complement your students’ area of study, be it school immersions, science, perlorming arts, history, geography, social studies, languages, sports giving students a true insight into other countries in the world, its people, culture and landscapes including opportunities to participate in community 8. service proiects Travel To learn further helps an ever increasing number of students loolting to study abroad by connecting courses they wish to tale with the colleges they are most likely secure admissions in 8: decide on their future careers by offering varied career oriented summer courses in some ol the best Universities in the US. We believe in offering 360° of service that includes the program & the required logistical support, we work in close co-operation with schools & our partners to develop programs that are relevant to the students & are delivered in a safe 8- secure environment. in the ensuing pages you can catch a glimpse of the world that awaits & the diverse learning opportunities you can provide your students. We look forward to welcoming you aboard. .. Warm Regards, Anupom Void CIEOOI
  4. 4. THE UK. SCHOOL IMMERSION PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS : °Attend a local English school, joining the classes & interacting with English students °Home stay with local English lamilies °Visit the many famous historical and culturally important landmarks that makes London one of the most vibrant cities and sought alter destinations in the world GOOD TO GO: JANUARY TO JUNE & SEPTEMBER TO DECEMBER DURATION: 7-14 Days AGE: l0 & Above Minimum Group Size: 20 DEFINED LEARNING OUTCOMES: °Awareness and adoption at alternative, multi-faceted approaches to learning °Sell-development and awareness leading to enhanced sell-conlidence and sell esteem °Successlul program completion represents an excellent measure at personal Flexibility, encompassing an ability to reach compromise, locus and succeed through challenging times -Buckingham Palace ‘Big Ben -Westminster Abbey ‘Oxford Afir n °Tower of London °Maclam Tussauds vlondon Eye ac '0 S °Stonehenge°Cruise on the River Thames °Cambridge etc in LONDON
  5. 5. GOOD TO GO: JANUARY TO JUNE 8. SEPTEMBER TO DECEMBER DURATION: 7 Days AGE: 10 8. Above Minimum Group Size: 20 : -:iG2-: LiC-: ~:Ts: r, g . ,, §‘= Comprisc-5. O. ’ ‘/ l-. i'. ‘:f. , Li. -clur. ;.s C- D. :n1on; .icir'. ions . ‘~i. l' Leading Science Universities 5' Faclliiics In The UK DEFINED LEP‘R'l'J'l'G OUTCOHZS: Gain an insight into the cutting edge ol Focused sclellce leclures bl’ leodmg Science as is applicable in the 2 I st Century prolessors lrom the best colleges in London Visit leading universities 8. explore Workshops in state ol the art science lacilities 8: interact with British laboratories exploring dillerent aspects Sclellce 5“-'de“l5 of science 8. technology H i ‘h | [E | _ hf _| _ 8‘ ome s ay WI oca ng IS amt res get a better understanding ol the UK Participate in excursions 8. sightseeing people & their me styles that make London one ol the world's most vibrant citiest ) ~ _ I ‘, ,‘l T ‘iii 5'‘ ‘ I 7 I i j I ‘O: ’ _-'. r -is ‘ c ? -.l l l v A ll i l E‘ l ‘J . J _ _; ___ -. .~. — _ . _ ‘ 5;-Tu. ’ : '!__": ' _ ‘ l l i l ~_—J"“ ‘ _ _ . _:'_: l ik_ / _ K’; a r l_ -— < ’ :77“
  6. 6. GOOD TO GO: JANUARY TO DECEMBER DURATION: 7-14 Days AGE: 10 8. Above I I / v - Minimum Group Size: 20 OUTDOOR DEVELOPiviEi‘T PROOF’ ll». I'. "| ~ ‘R ‘fiijfi j_, ;._ HIGHLIGHTS: ; . "’-"' G, "l ' ‘Y-I-: .,‘j~". '.‘1t - Sports, Adventure 8 Education ‘ mil " rt’ __ Innovative 8. Action Oriented Lessons l“-l—" ~ A . .. _ ' Lessons are designed around the groups 1 — 4 requirements 8. can include case studies, project work, presentations etc DEFINED LEARNING OUTCOMES: Adventure 8. Sports Activities like Archery, Quad Biking, Night Navigation. Mini Olympics among others -‘Challenging outdoor experiences promote the development ol communication, problem solving 8. decision making Excursions to Cambridge 8. London Encourages a positive 'opting in’ 8. j . 5 0 ‘can do‘ attitude lg-. ,, Experience gained by participation in context ol shared endeavor help to 7 tom a sozin-d basis lor a responsible students - u. . .1 —- - - 7;: j 3, i l e,5,P, O~‘3T5 i li-oviiiri 1- El TS-ucAiioN Attractions in LCM DON
  7. 7. GOOD TO GO: JANUARY TO JUNE & SEPTEMBER TO DECEMBER FRENCH DURATION: 7- 1 7 Days 7 i i AGE: i2 8: Above — Minimum Group Size: 1.5 PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS: Otters students of French at all levels & age groups an opportunity to develop their proficiency in the language through: 0School Integration with Frenc Language classes °Home Stay with a local French family that provides ample scope to practice your language skills DEFINED LEARNING OUTCOMES: ‘Excursions 8. Cultural Activities to learn 8‘ deVel°P ‘3 belle’ U"°le"5l°"dl”9 °l °Proliciency & Fluency in French the people 8. their life styles °Appreciation of cultural diversity that exists 0A better understanding of the French people & their life styles -Arc de Triomphe -Eiffel Tower -Notre Dame °P| uce de la Attractions Concorde Olouvre 8. Tuileries Garde -Trocudero °Euro Disney _ -Versailles Palace 8- Gardens etc 'n
  8. 8. soon To Go: JANUARY - DECEMEBER DURATION: 8 Days AGE: l08iAbove Minimum Group Size: 15 ‘X s_, . YOUTH SCIENCE PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS: 0A unique educational program For students aged 1 2 layrs olds that combines the essentials ol ‘experiential learning’ with elements at tun & adventure ‘Become a scientist tor day at at the 3 ‘l worlds largest particle physics laboratory, CERN Switzerland DEHNED "£ARN| NG OUTCOMES: , Be on Among“, to, me day 0' me 3 0An increased 8. a practical knowledge at the Future at Science & Space Technology Euro Space Center taking part in as will be relevant in times to come actual astronaut training activities and even simulating wallung on me moon 0Appreciation ol' the cultural diversity at the people at 3 countries including their load habits 8. lite styles ‘Explore three iconic capital cities at Brussels, Paris and Bern 4 Otnternational travel to multiple countries ' ‘i S i better prepares one to deal with '‘ opportunities 8. challenges on a larger scale ~Paris 8- Switzerland: Mini Europe -Grand’ Place -Mannelicen Amodions in Pis ~Atomium -Arc de Triomphe -Eiffel Tower °Notre Dame, QELGIUM -Place de la Concorde °Lauvre -Euro Disney -Jungfrau °Lake FRANCE ‘ SWITZERLAND Geneva °Rl1ine Falls -Technorama
  9. 9. GOOD TO GO: JANUARY TO * £0 DECEMBER DURATION: 8- 14 Days AGE: 10 & above Minimum Group Size: 20 Are designed 8. conducted by the Education department at various NASA Space Centers, the program motivate students chose a career in science. build coniidence in their own abilities 8- otters them a fantastic experience for them to learn & grow ‘Work on innovative proiects involving robotics and roclietry ‘Meet NASA experts who will share their I DEFINED "EARN'NG OUTCOMES: l‘”°"”l°cl9° °"d °"P°'ll‘° ‘Practical applications of science topics such as Newton’s laws of motion, lriction, thrust, gravitational lorce, aentre oi mass 8. aentre ol gravity, ‘Take exclusive tours ol the labs and facilities at NASA Programs at 3 different locations: ‘Space School 8- Space Expedition at Space Center Houston ‘Camp KSC at Kennedy Space Center in Orlando ‘Rocket design principles ‘Space suit design and survival in ‘Space Camp at the US Space 8 Rocliet exweme Conditions Center Facility in Huntsville_ Alabama Add on Tours: After the completion of the educational program students have an option to extend their visit at or more of the following locations: I I l reflectance spectrometers, souroes ol energy : l I I ‘Orlando ‘New York City ‘Washington City ‘Niagara Falls - . . . _ . . . . . . . . _ . . _ . . . _ . _ . . . . -- ‘Hershey Chocolate Factory ‘US Capitol -Washington 8 Lincoln Memorial, ‘Smithsonian Museum ‘Vtlhite House ‘Niagara Falls ‘Statue at Liberty. ‘Empire State Building ‘Times Square ‘Rockefeller Centre -Central Park, _ ‘Wall Street ‘Ground Zero ‘Disney World - Magic Kingdom ‘Universal In Studio ‘Cocoa Beach ‘Sea World etc
  10. 10. GOOD 1'0 GO: FEBRURARY DURATION: 7 AGE: I0 8: Above Minimum Group Size: Individual Registrations Ib. »>L, ~.: é. A‘. I: ', I'Y FREE 'i'Fi~i'<l'5 TOii9N'»M‘. '-IV CHILMPIONSHW‘ HIGHLIGHTS: [iJI“I: ~~. Iv l“'Hl'y Flo’-‘E: Ievrtla I-": .«. .Ir'1«)rmen1‘ L39? 11. ". ’_"_l’»r;1.-u, ‘§= To ‘V. /V’«, ;h, n The FM» -3 Law? In fixrjlwjr {Ar A‘, r.r: . _, -_)ff| ’._I i. g'mrrv.3mn0I ‘re-rjm'| '1i] T‘r*n; .~ lfiiz, ;_; r.*rx' I--In: -'. -;= :-5 In irsrmuz; Olmm At A Leading; lrm: «.vr~. Qt, ::~'1a- lenrwla “r_‘u«. _lr_~"w lv« §3‘. _s'z’J0l ": '5”l"-‘*P“J’E ‘V -'41-»~*: w 3:1:m: ~ 8. DEFINED LEARNING OUTCOMES: ‘:3uq’1!s«: -eang llwct Mam Dub«. j: l. _)n«: ‘ CW’ Tiw ‘/ Vr»rl~. l': Nlvun Mivrlzvil -ffiilw, Obcizn gr. >'1S1g: ]II? m: ::~ the game 3; ; julr, :'y‘v; 'r; I if/ -.' the ’: _"rn',1rv'. ;'us‘. 'jr1-_~ "I I(_“IlHl', . T€. ‘u"IH5lI‘2IIlIl1q‘v‘. ‘llI~II‘»'. /IlII't"'l35x'¥. IflI'I'€f : T1€"‘v'E: ICiDl‘.7P. ".I GI ’€HflIS prograrv’ Dcsed gm ‘l‘. ~:- mj; «_~ 3. I.3w‘i: -I III-. ’_' sfmi-; -r‘, l_‘ 9/t, *_; C:. ;.IT1c. 'I1 IQ3«_III1Ivgj1: ij. E._‘, I_)l‘| ‘_. I’: rm; ,vrv"~/ I: ‘-, ~:’uHr q»)! "u, —, §'r. 'JH£: ‘-LI g,5(; H1o- gpez-cgiii, }. |Il| I_lIl: JI| '.: LD‘3 Attractions in DUBAI -Desensofati-Ohowcmise-Bu-ikhalifa-Allonfis-Mdlohheimirules
  11. 11. 6000 1'0 60: JANUARY TO DECEMBER DURATION: 7 AGE: 10 & Above Minimum Group Size: 20 / “ {’/ FOOTBALL TOUR @ BARCELONA HIGHLIGHTS: Train In The Famous Tiki Tako Style Of Spanish Football Professional Science Lectures By A Principal Lecturer From Top London DEHNED LEARNING OUTCOME? 0Train Under Ueta Pro licensed Coaches °Learn To Play Football In Famous ‘Hay Two Mmches Again“ IQCOI Oppmmm Spanish Tm Toko Sh/ I6 °F<: Barcelona Camp Nou Stadium Tour V’ ' T ' ‘ I l h °Better Understanding Oi Competitive 8' Is" 0 Oman C Ub 5 Op Football On An International Level _ mm: 0Train Under Proiessional 8: Certiied H V i I International Coaches ’. ,.__ o 75? , I , :-’ -7‘ V . _b. I 0 FC Barcelona Football Stadium Osagrada Familia 0 Magic Fountain ATIFCCIIOHS In of Montguic I Palau Guel - National Museum ' Camp Nou
  12. 12. _ . ' I I. ‘ , A _ . .__ « . ,_ '. ‘. I . . ‘n ‘P ’ ' I-I«oRT'rERrI. »I I CAREER ORIENTED - ' SUMMER COURSES HIGHLIGHTS : ~ For high school students between I4 « I8 years in various subjects in the campuses of many prestigious US Universities Career exploration through workshops, college-level lectures and meetings with professionals in their chosen field will give students valuable insight into a future career ahead of college Participants will develop essential leadership skills that will be of great benefit throughout high school, college and a future career Interactions with other high-achieving students from around the world who share their interests will prepare them for the social and intellectual rigors of college ADVANTAGES OF PARTICIPATION: Students receive a Certificate of Achievement and an official program transcript documenting the extensive work perlormed A letter of recommendation that may be submitted to colleges as part of the admissions process. * Participants will get additional letters of recommendation to colleges or scholarship programs
  13. 13. GOOD TO GO: MULTIPLE DATES — JUNE TO AUGUST DURATION: 10 Days AGE: IO to 18 Minimum Group Size: INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATIONS COURSES: . U i C . . mi : !.". t " . .V to i‘()t". '7.‘ ‘Biotechnology — T‘ * Lg)»-* * Business Program V, 5 “Culinary Art & restaurant Management I r- Education & the classroom s; _,‘ _K_ / T t’. - ‘ . 4 Engineering ’ / T ‘Forensic Science l . , ' A I 4 ‘ “Intelligence 8. National Security D ‘International Diplomacy ‘Journalism, Film & Media Art i~'Sl. C program are held on the ‘Low 8: advocacy campus of: ‘Mastering Leadership *°American University °Northwestern JMediCine & Health Care Unversity °Fordham University “University Of Coliionia, Berkely ‘Georgia Tech University “University Of Washington -Harvard Medical School v°Ya| e University Political Action 8: Public Policy Sports & Entertainment Management Theatre
  14. 14. GOOD TO GO: JANUARY TO DECEMBER DURATION: 7- I 0 Days AGE: 10 8. Above Minimum Group Size: 15 iflillllf. -’”iiPt{i[. TDOILIIRS -s)rI. ?]'. -T’§; *» ii-. '.‘. '~: :;~. :;: ; ‘<I r. <'. >: '. ';. _'—: °Students will gain increased Familiarity with Shakespeare's plays and understand the conditions under which Elizabethan actors worked to perform them. °Students will learn Firsthand exactly what it takes to become a professional actor in the modern era during a question and answer session with the actors - The need for strength, determination and resilience will be strongly impressed upon the students at a workshop with a top LAMDA actor Provides an unique experience to students who are interested in theatre 8- drama ~ Visit Shakespeare Globe Theatre On - Stage practical performances 8. aiter show Q 8. A sessions °Lectures 8- demonstrations by leading theatre professionals -Buckingham Palace °Big Ben -Westminster Abbey -Oxford ' ‘ I _ -Tower of London -Madam Tussauds °London Eye ‘Stonehenge 3: -l' -illlr” ‘Cruise on the River Thames °Cambrid9e Stonehenge, Giobe Theatre Ill l
  15. 15. " Outdoor Education Programs for Cl. Jl‘€RlC_L5lL, |tv’l PROGRAMS 8. GOOD TO GO: JANUARY TO DECEMBER DURATION: 7-14 Days A‘/ VARD T5-“P5 AGE: 12 - 18 Minimum Group Size: 15 HIGHLIGHTS: Are specially designed to meet the 5 curriculum objectives of IB schools 8. the International Award 8. offer programs in the following countries of E S. E. Asia - Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand, Burma, Philippines, Laos, China 8: Singapore °Authentic learning: ' Real-world connections to curriculum through museums, science centers, environmental education, & outdoor education & a range of different cultural activities 5 °Community 8. Service Proiects: ' Activities include expeditions, I construction projects lor under ''’'“. ::: L“’‘‘ E privileged communities, activities with I disabled children and orphans DEFINED LEARNING OUTCOMES: °Extends students’ knowledge of the world 0Hands-on Experiences: Provide students with an °Develop outdoor interests and skills Understanding of the ethics of | opromoge group Cohesion and positive humanitarian and environmental issues 5 reiononships bemeen Smdems as well as setting goals and complete performance criteria a . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . _ . . . . . _ . _ . . . . . . _ _ _ . . . . . . . .
  16. 16. GOOD TO GO: Sunday 28th June - Friday 3rd July DURATION: 6 Days AGE: I4 & above Minimum Group Size: INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATIONS THE UK UNIVERSITY TOUR HIGHLIGHTS: 0Visit I2 different UK Universities accompanied by well experienced career counselors °Discuss your personal ambitions 8. explore your own career preferences DEFINED LEARNING OUTCOMES: f . . . . . ; ; °Get an insight to University life 3 ‘Personal career consultation from experienced counselors ‘Clarity on which University offers the best ' options for the courses which you wish to opt for E Olncreased confidence, new friends & Ofluckingham Palace °Big Ben Owestminster Abbey -Oxford Attractions -Tower of London -Madam Tussauds -London Eye . -Stonehenge-Cruise on the River Thames -Cambridge etc In
  17. 17. -'. <‘. ..{~. ,‘a US ‘es, UNIVERSITY GOOD TO GO: Sunday l2th — Saturday l8th July DURATION: 7 Days COURSE AGE: 14 8. above Minimum Group Size: INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATIONS » 2» s. . _‘ . 4_ "rs _} . .1‘ ‘C % The program has been developed in consultation with experienced college counselors 8. advisors to give ___________________________________________________________ H students all the knowledge & Understending they need to apply to DEFINED LEARNING OUTCOMES: US Universities Understand the nature of US university courses and how they differ from those in Group sessions and workshops on other countries all the important information needed by students wanting to Know how IO research and select the ' university and course for you and how to apply to university in the US, with . . plan your application strategy. time for students to discuss their OW" P°FllCUl0' l"leI’e-5'5 Understand the requirements you ' will need to satisfy and the application one to one pm/ me guidance timetable you need to meet. sessions with an experienced I * ' - - - * * ' ‘ ' ‘ * - - - * * ' - * * - ' - ‘ ‘ - - - - - * - - - ‘ - * - ' * - ' - - * - - ' - - ' ‘ - - - - - - - ' -5 college counselor — our students always find these invaluable in T . V ll’; helping them plan their university T A ‘ application strategy ' __i Guided visits to a range of universities and colleges which i llustrate the differences in courses '—"’. T l l'i'- II and institutions that students may F‘ consider in their application
  18. 18. GOOD TO GO: ‘N/ O SEMESTERS: JANUARY & AUGUST DURATION: 6 months - 4 years Age: I4 - l9years ~ p _ Minimum Group Size: INDIVIDUAL —* REGISTRATIONS ; HIGHLIGHTS: » - " ’ Allows students who are seeking a spring f board to attend College/ University in the 3 U. S to join a US High School from one . semester to up to 4 years Study in a US High School Apply for Advanced placement courses & earn college credits Home Stay with a local American b families & learn about the American 5 , , ‘way of life’ ' ' i 5.. .. _. ‘ g . DEFINED I. EARi‘~! It‘i! G OUTCOMES: l _-~ : _~t_. V ’i -,1 j By applying for Advanced Placement (AP) " - , l A . courses students earn college credits & v ’ -‘ _ _ ’ participants can enter college with more I than half of their first year credits . already complete ’ _ ’ ' - . "Appreciation of cultural diversity that exists --i '_, . *A better understanding of the US people & ‘ i their life styles
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  20. 20. I never teach my pupils, I only attempt to provide the condition in which they can learn. Albert Einstein l “iitu‘‘''l (Ll l _- I nigitltigp ilT‘T““ i. ‘ill. ‘will . i it '. '.; iT 1 I 'T. .4 ‘ J i tlTTl ». ». ~ 1 «. -. ~ l i’»”l/ ..= I 5:’ I '“lIl‘ W J «ll ' p'*; _: 3 4‘ T ‘F ~ “ | ‘I l I gt‘-' stay curious. .. Regd. Off. : Seksaria Chambers, 139, N. M.Road, Mumbai-400 023 Corp. Off. : 205, Orbit, A. B. Road, Indore-452 O10 (M. P.) INDIA Te| .: 0731-3919111/222 0 enguig@trave| to| earn. in .9 www. traveltolearn. in Print Pass‘: -mite 9926550222

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