We believe school economics trips should offer more than a walk around the CBD or a look at some high-rise financial buildings. With this range of business and economics trips for schools, our aim is to peel back the layers of complexity and introduce your students to the everyday workings of businesses in low-income-countries, how they function, what affects their future in a global economy and how culture and tourism is intrinsically linked to success and failure.
Ghana is a firm favourite and an itinerary typical of what we include in our business and economics trips: meetings and discussions with tourism managers, a hands on insight into world trade (in Ghana's case fairtrade chocolate) and women's fairtrade co-operative artisan groups. No trip would be complete without time to absorb the country's fantastic culture, history and highlights, enabling you and your students to get a rounded view of the country, its people, politics and geography.
In Morocco, our guys on the ground have arranged an in-depth look at the workings of a tourism business, as well as more traditional trades such as leather and Argan oil. Depending on the time of year, we can also arrange a visit to the local business school in Marrakech. In India, the focus is on coffee.
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