1. Space Camps
Space adventurers, prepare for lift-off. We are recruiting new astronauts, the Mars Generation.
Records show that more than 60% of students visiting space camps are currently in or studying for careers in aerospace, defence, energy, biotech or technology. Future space explorers will learn what it is like to live and work in space. Eduvoyage takes students to such facilities in countries including USA, Russia, Belgium, Kazakhstan and Turkey.
2. Volunteering & Conservation Programs
Affording students opportunities to grow by encouraging them to learn from and to serve the community. In such experiences, student growth can be extensive, whether it is through improved critical thinking and problem-solving skills, greater personal efficacy and leadership development, or enhanced social responsibility and career opportunities. Teaching, community development, conservations… there are plenty of areas to support the less fortunate.
3. Nature & Wildlife
Nothing teaches better than seeing, touching, feeling and experiencing real specimens and samples. In addition to learning at research institutes for forests, fisheries, agriculture, horticulture, soil research, wildlife conservation, environmental conservation etc., the field trips in African savannah to botanical gardens to volcanic rocks to migratory bird sanctuaries to reptile parks, the importance of bringing students and nature closer to each other is the prime objective.
4. Multicultural Exchange Programs
The future of our society will rest with people who can think and act with informed grace across ethnic, cultural and linguistic lines. Multicultural programs, international student services and a lot of opportunities to enrich the educational experience by interacting with students of institutions world over. This is not only learning about different educational methods and cultures, but also challenges students to think critically, engage in a diverse campus environment, and further academic and personal development.
5. Archeological Visits
From archaeological museums to former dig sites or ongoing projects, these visits give students the chance to investigate how people used the land, tools, and resources around them in the past. While studying the human activity through the recovery and analysis of material culture indicating practices, religions and social structures, students will be investigating the customs of living people in the country of choice via observation and personal interactions.
6. Historical Sites
Historical places are a treasure cove of information. The interactive nature of these places will create a more conducive environment for learning as students get to see and hear things that they read about. Such trips help them to understand so much about human nature, it is invaluable to helping them build their world view. With the changing world, an unfortunate reality is that some historical places are being lost for future generations.
7. Sports Camps
Trips to sports camps and athletic villages provide for useful experience at developing practical skills such as managing time, learning to adequately prepare for challenges and coping with recovery periods. Depending on the programme, players go through workshops designed to educate them on all aspects of their development including nutrition, psychology, biomechanics, physiology etc. They also have the opportunity to play friendly matches against foreign opponents and enhance their skills in a completely different environment and climatic conditions.
8. Innovation Tours
Connecting with disruptive technologies and emerging trends, scaling the digitalization to increase relevance, discovering new streams and improving human experience, students here will explore exhibits of advanced technologies, talk with industry experts and see the latest manufacturing innovations. This will be led by educators with broad knowledge in the field of medicine, economics, environment, communications or biotechnology.
9. Adventure Trips
These are physically demanding, natural based programs, to give participants a challenging, yet safe environment to step out of their comfort zone to gain confidence and work collaboratively with fellow students. Adventure travellers often become environmental activists, for their love of nature. Eduvoyage offers adventure itineraries from the mildest form of walking, cycling and biking to trekking, camping, river rafting, rock climbing, fishing, gliding, skiing, scuba diving etc. in most part of the world.
10. Industrial Visits
Eduvoyage provides students with opportunities to witness and understand the dynamics of various industries encompassing electronics, avionics, automobile, shipping, oil and gas, information technology, medicine and many other manufacturing and service industries. They learn about research and development, the production process as well as in-depth knowledge at interactive sessions with experts. Industrial visits allow students to see subjects in a practical context and could serve as an introduction to choosing their career in the future.