New York Business Studies

Further education

The global financial hub of New York City is a place to learn about business and be inspired by its energy

Highlights

  • The day-to-day life of Wall Street
  • The subterranean vaults at the Federal Reserve
  • The wind-powered Brooklyn Brewery
  • Classes at the American Museum of Finance
Typically £617 per student.
Based on a 5 day, 3 night tour for 40 students

What's included: 

  • Return flights to New York
  • All current taxes and surcharges
  • 3 nights’ room-only accommodation
  • Single rooms for party leaders
  • 1 leader free for 10 paying passengers
  • 24-hour assistance and support

Sample itinerary for University and College groups (not included in the guide price)

Day 1

7-8 hour flight, arrive JFK or Newark
Airport transfers to your accommodation
Arrive at your accommodation and check in
Evening meal eg Bubba Gump

Day 2

Breakfast eg local diner
Federal Reserve Bank and walking tour of Wall Street
Evening meal eg Hard Rock Café
Evening sightseeing bus tour

Day 3

Breakfast eg local diner
Museum of American Finance and business workshop
Evening meal eg Heartland Brewery
Evening visit to Empire State Building

Day 4

Check out of hotel, breakfast eg local diner
Circle Line boat tour and last-minute shopping
Airport transfer to JFK or Newark,
6-7 hour flight back to UK

Day 5

Arrive in the UK
Lorna Coblenz

New York is always a big hit with students. Tutors always tell us the Federal Reserve Bank and tour of Wall Street is a highlight.

Lorna Coblenz, Travelbound Tour Co-ordinator
Typically £617 per student.
Based on a 5 day, 3 night tour for 40 students

New York City hustles and bustles with the best of them and from the flea markets of Hell's Kitchen to the traders of Wall Street, this is where your university business studies tours start to get serious.

Wherever you look in the city that never sleeps you'll find people who are out to make a buck and there's just something about mixing it up on tour that will give your students that extra edge in the world of business and economics.

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Organised tours around the Federal Reserve Bank, the NASDAQ and Lower Manhattan, will take your students right into the beating heart of New York's propensity for money-making and you need look no further than Trump Towers on Fifth Avenue to see some of the rewards of hard work.

Of course, turning a dollar isn't solely reserved for the bankers. Retailers - Macy's, Bloomingdales and jcpenney, all present guided tours for student groups wishing to find out more about making money in the world of fashion and from buying to selling this is a great option for young marketeers.

No business studies tour to New York City is complete without delving into the city's, often murky, past and the Museum of Financial History on Wall Street is a thoroughly worthwhile experience. Exhibits include – a vast collection of stocks and bonds as well as sections on entrepreneurs, philanthropy and the legacy of Alexander Hamilton.

Guided tours behind the scenes at Madame Tussauds, discovering the brewery business across the bridge in Brooklyn and visiting the economic and social council at the United Nations HQ - business students in NYC will be given plenty of chances to learn through experience.

No matter what your university business studies tour's area of focus, New York City is bound to inspire and enthral in equal measures.

 

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Typically £617 per student.
Based on a 5 day, 3 night tour for 40 students