The multicultural city of New York provides a number of exciting educational visits, as well as insights into different cultures from all over the world. You'll find an ideal range of visits suited to BTEC studies of Criminology, Psychology & Sociology

New York's array of cultural influences makes it the ideal location for those wanting to get a look into a variety of psyches and sociological constructs. 

Whilst visiting New York, groups can uncover the psychological scars left following the 9/11 attack in 2001, or learn about NYC’s immigration history at historic sites such as the Ellis Island Immigration Museum.

New York invites consideration of a range of study themes including terrorism & tyranny, immigration, and memory.  

FHT will create a perfectly balanced trip for Criminology, Psychology & Sociology students by also adding in your choice from the world famous tourist attractions on offer which will live log in the memory of your students.

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5 Day Sample Itinerary

Day 1


Daytime flight and transfer to your accommodation

Day 2


September 11 Memorial visit and explore the National September 11 Museum


Take part in an educational session analysing ‘The Power of Advertising’


Take a trip to the top of the Empire State Building

Day 3


Visit the Ellis Island Immigration Museum as part of your Statue of Liberty Cruise


Continue your immigration focus with a walking tour of the Lower East side and a visit to the Tenement Museum


Free time in Midtown Manhattan

Day 4


Free time for last minute sightseeing and shopping


Depart New York for overnight flight

Day 5


Arrive back in the UK



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