The Academic Achievers School Tour Initiative – bringing together the best and brightest of South Africa’s high school talent every year! This special academic tour initiative is entering its 5th year, returning to one of our favorite destinations – The United States of America!
Selected especially for their unrivalled academic achievements & dedicated work ethic, this high school invitational tour group will enjoy the unique privilege of visiting some of the best universities in the World all whilst in the company of a select group of their peers.
Congratulations on your achievement!
Join academic achievers from across South Africa in rewarding your academic excellence. Further your quest in developing your skills and fulfilling your potential through international exposure on a very unique tour.
Remember you have until 30 November to secure your child’s booking!
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What to expect?
Visit top-class universities and attend lectures presented by cutting edge researchers and lecturers on a wide range of thought provoking topics.
Universities such as: • Yale Campus • Columbia University • Princeton University • Harvard / MIT.
Academic Sessions will be tailored to the requirements of the group, and chosen from the following topics:• Political Science • International Relations • Anthropology • Business Challenges • Economics • e-Commerce amongst more.
View the Academic Achievers 2018 tour brochure here.
The tour is jam-packed with highlights… amongst others:
New York: Private lecture at Yale University; Dinner at the Hard Rock Cafe NYC; Empire State Building 86th Floor Observatory; Staten Island Ferry to view Statue of Liberty; 9/11 Memorial visit – upkeep donation included; Guided Tour of the United Nations Headquarters; Private lecture at Columbia University; Central Park, Times Square, 5th Avenue; American Museum of Natural History and Rose Center for Earth and Space.