The events Berlin has witnessed have all left their mark on the capital, providing a wealth of learning opportunities for BTEC students of Criminology, Psychology and Sociology.

Embark on a journey through the past, from the formation of the Nazi Party (National Socialism) in 1919, the following tyrannies of WWII, and the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. 

Criminology, Psychology and Sociology students can delve into the city's often torrent past. From visiting the poignant Holocaust Memorial to the House of the Wannsee Conference, there are many opportunities for students to study some of history's most disturbing and influential events, alongside key sites such as the Jewish Museum and Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp.

There are also plenty of visits focused on telling the specific stories of individuals involved in historical events, or specific issues relating to psychological and sociological issues surrounding this period in history, such as The Otto Weidt Museum and German Resistance Memorial Centre

Why not visit Berlin for your next Criminology student trip, or take a look below for more inspiration.

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4 Day Sample Itinerary

Day 1


Flight and transfer to your accommodation


Half day walking tour of the key historical sites of central Berlin to include the Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate area and Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church


Evening meal at accommodation

Day 2


Guided tour of the Jewish district, including the Otto Weidt Museum, the Jewish Quarter, the Holocaust Memorial and the Neue Synagogue


Visit the Jewish Museum


Evening meal at your accommodation followed by free time in Alexanderplatz with possible trip to the top of the TV Tower

Day 3


Full day excursion by coach. First you will visit Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp.


This afternoon your coach will take you to the House of the Wannsee Conference.


Return to accommodation for evening meal followed by free time around the Ku'damm or possible bowling night.

Day 4


Visit Hohenschönhausen Memorial, the former Stasi Prison


Transfer to the airport for your return flight back to the UK



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