School Business Studies Trip to Prague
A business studies school trip to Prague will give your students a fascinating insight into what has been called one of Europe’s most flourishing economies!
Your students will have the opportunity to attend a seminar at the prestigious CERGE-EI, where they will hear a uniquely Czech perspective on contemporary economic issues.
And there are a variety of other exciting visits to choose from, including the Skoda Museum and the Staropramen Brewery, where your students can learn more about the business workings behind two of the Czech Republic’s most famous exports.
Suggested Itinerary (4 days, 3 nights)
Flight to Prague
Arrive in Prague and transfer to hotel
Local familiarisation on foot
Visit to Staropramen brewery
Free time to explore Prague
Visit Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge and the Old Town Square
Evening meal at accommodation
Economics lecture at CERGE Institute
Tour of the Skoda Plant at Mlada Boleslav
Evening meal at accommodation
Free time for shopping and sightseeing in Prague's Old Town
Transfer to airport for flight back to UK
- 3 nights' half-board accommodation
- Airport transfers in resort
- All flights including tax
- Comprehensive travel and medical insurance
- Detailed information pack
- Free staff place ratio 1:10
- Itinerary planning service
- Business aims and objectives
- Innovation, research and product development
- Meeting customer needs
- Environmental influences on business
- Technological influences on business
- Economical influences on business
- Resource management within a business
- HR and managing people
- Elements of the production process
- Marketing, branding and promotion
- Global marketing strategies
- International trade: import and export
- Role of global markets
- Different types of business
- Organisational structure
- Product design and development
- Primary, secondary and tertiary production
- Technology in the production process
- Quality control and assurance
- Sustainability within business
- Environmental considerations
- Importance of brand image
- HR and managing people
Educational activities and visits
Part of Prague's prestigious Charles University, the CERGE Institute offers economics seminars with a uniquely Czech perspective on contemporary economic… Read More
Museum of Communism
Marketed as an insight into Czechoslovakia's 'forty-year episode of Big Brother', the Museum of Communism captures a glimpse of a… Read More
Rückl Glass Factory (Nizbor)
A group visit to the glassworks starts with a professional explanation of the operations. During the excursion, youwill get to… Read More
Your visit to the Skoda Museum begins with anaudio-visual presentation on the company's century-long history, followed by a tour of… Read More
This guided tour offers groups the chance to see this famous Czech beer being produced. The visit focuses on how… Read More
Cultural activities and visits
Charles Bridge is a fourteenth century stone bridge spanning the River Vltava and linking the two sides of Prague. Not… Read More
Jewish Quarters Jozefov
The Jewish Quarter, known as Josefov, is located between the Old Town Square and the Vltava River. Its torrid history… Read More
Old Town Prague
The heart of Prague, Old Town is filled with many houses, churches and other structures dating back to the 13th… Read More
Old Town Square
The Old Town Square (Staromestske Namesti), with it's ancient buildings and magnificent churches, is one of the most beautiful historical… Read More
Prague Castle is the largest medieval castle complex in Europe and is a must for all visitors to Prague. Renovation… Read More
Situated within a quiet area in the Prague 4 district, Top Hotel is a favourite hotel amongst our groups.
Students will be accommodated in mainly quadruple rooms and staff in twins or singles (with supplement). All are en-suite and include a TV.
The hotel also offers a wide range of facilities including; 5 restaurants where all meals can be taken, a wellness centre with swimming pool, tennis courts, a Japanese garden with summer terraces, 2 bowling lanes, a casino and other hotel services and venues.
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Laura Martin — Tour Adviser
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Beautiful city with plenty to offer. The Gros-Horloge, l’Historial Jeanne d’Arc and the Panorama XXL were well worth visiting.— Redborne Upper School and Community College
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