Each year, the School offers a number of field trips to undergraduate students on various modules. These visits are designed to help students grasp a better understanding of the subjects introduced in lectures and to see how the theory applies to real-life business settings.
Offered to students studying the Chinese Business and Language module. In recent years students have had the opportunity to visit Shanghai, Beijing and Nanjing and to see some of China's most famous landmarks, including the Great Wall of China, Forbidden City and the 'Bird's Nest' Olympic Stadium. Read a report of the 2012 trip here.
Offered to undergraduate and postgraduate students from both the Business and Law Schools (subject to module choice), this trip offers the opportunity to visit some of the key institutions of the European Union in Brussels, Strasbourg and Luxembourg, providing a better understanding of the roles of the various organisations. Read a report of the 2012 trip here.
Norwich City Football Club
The Professional Sports Management module involves a two-day study visit to Norwich Football Club, where students see how the theory they are introduced to in lectures can be applied to organisations in a real-world setting. Led by Neil Doncaster, Chief Executive of the Scottish Premier League, and featuring talks by senior staff at the Club, the visit offers a real insight into careers within the field of professional sport. Read a report of the 2011 trip here.
This study trip is offered to students on various undergraduate degree schemes and offers an insight into devolved governments and the impact of social and economical change. Read a report of the 2013 trip here.
This three-day trip has previously enabled students to visit the Houses of Parliament, Westminster, the Bank of England, and the United Nations Association. Details of opportunities for field trips will be supplied to students during the course of their studies. Read a report of the 2013 trip here.