Exchange Me is proud to launch a range of educational school tours focusing on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Whether you want to focus on physics, chemistry, biology, computer technology, engineering or astronomy, we will put together the perfect tour for you.
Children are our future, and the future is filled with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Foster the growth of the scientifically innovative minds in your class by bringing them on an adventure through STEM with an educational school trip. With magnificent museums, laboratories, universities, and more, you can take your students on a journey through the history of science and its present, so they may be part of the future advances in technology. Here are some great examples of curriculum-linked STEM tours.
A STEM Tour through France and England will combine exploration of the iconic sites of London, Paris and Toulouse with the chance to go behind the scenes of some of Europe’s most exciting aviation and aerospace sites. Highlights include the Citi des Sciences et de L’industrie (Europe’s largest science museum), the Airbus Site plus the unique opportunity to attend a workshop with an astronomer at the prestigious Paris Observatory. STEM Tours to France and England can be tailored to suit various other subjects, including language, history and the arts.
A trip through western and central Europe will take you and your students on an inspiring adventure through the history, presence and future of science and technology. Starting in Germany, you will explore the German Technical Museum, the DESY physics research centre, and the BMW group plant. Continuing on to Switzerland, students are able to investigate key aspects of particle physics at a visit of the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN). Other curriculum visits include the Science Centre in Amsterdam or the Atonium and House of Science in Belgium.
Let your students discover some of Asia’s most influential technology companies. Highlights in South Korea include Seoul’s National Science Museum, Samsung D’light and the Samsung innovation Museum, Seoul’s Science Park and Daedeok Science Town. In Japan, you will not only explore the design, production and delivery of innovative tech products, but also experience a unique culture and cuisine. Inspire your class with visits of the Sony Showroom, the Toyota Mega Web, Panasonic Centre and much more.
Immerse your students in the world of an astronaut. During Space Camp, your group can experience a range of activities from team building and leadership to astronaut training simulators and rocket construction. Flying into or departing from San Francisco gives your students the opportunity to learn about the people and companies who are behind the high-technology that has transformed and changed our daily lives. Silicon Valley is home to many of the world’s largest technology corporations including Apple, Google, Ebay as well as thousands of small start-ups, making it one of the best destinations for your Computer Science students to explore!
We will be at EduTech this Thursday and Friday! If you have been thinking about organising a STEM Tour, make sure you visit us at stand 73!