Tailor made educational and thematic study visits are delivered within this region or to other regions of Europe. What ever your group or group size we arrange everything for you the way you want it and will travel with you so you can relax and enjoy the study visit.
Thematic best practice study visits to other regions of Europe provide an opportunity to share expertise and knowledge; to look at different ways of doing things that can be adapted and transferred to improve practice in this region. We design visits to cover a wide range of themes such as business, agriculture, rural and community development, youth, women and tourism.
Educational study visits to explore shared history to promote good relations and peace building by encouraging mutual understanding between communities around the different perceptions and interpretations that exist. The ‘Decade of Centenaries’ marks the 100th anniversary of events which shaped and influenced British & Irish History. Site visits include Somme Heritage Centre, Dublin Easter Rising, Arbour Hill, GPO, Kilmainham Gaol and Battle of the Boyne Heritage Centre.
Tailor made study visits are designed to meet the aims objectives and budget of your group from 1-day to more!
- Programme planning
- Speakers & Interpretation
- Practical site visits
- Accommodation & Meals
- Flights & Transport during the visit
- Sightseeing and Cultural visits
Study visits can be arranged to visit the European Parliament in Brussels to meet MEPs, Commission officials and regional offices.
Contact us if you have any questions or if you would like to discuss a study visit for you!
Recent Study Visits:
Beef, Dairy and Sheep in Wales, North Pennines and Northamptonshire.
This programme for 24 farmers from the Sperrins used Liverpool as their base and on the first day travelled to Northamptonshire to a feed producer and beef finishing farm that sells to Dunbia. The second day included a visit to a livestock market in Ruthin, North Wales to view a sheep sale before visiting a Jersey and Belgian Blue cross breed farm and ending with a Limousin Cattle and North Country Hill Cheviot Ewes visit. The third say was a visit in the North Pennines at a Swaledale Sheep and Limousin Cattle in County Durham. more…
Agriculture in Poland: Beef, Dairy, Sheep & Pigs
This farmers group visited Poland in July 2016 to meet farmers involved in beef, dairy, sheep and pig farming to learn how they operate and run their farms. The group of 26 farmers were based in Krakow and over the six day programme visited an agricultural show of Polish rare breeds, a variety of smaller family owned farms breeding Blonde d’Aquitane, Simmental and red Angus as well as larger cooperatives with dairy and bio-gas electro-plants. more…
Shared History: Remembering & Commemorating 1916 – The Easter Rising
This cross community one day visit to Dublin explored the key sites connected to the Easter Rising 1916 and included a guided tour of the Rising artefacts in Collins Barracks followed by a walking tour of significant sites including Arbour Hill Cemetery, Garden of Remembrance, GPO and Houses of Parliament. More…
“This project has been funded/ part funded by Fermanagh and Omagh District Council”
Fermanagh Farmers Study Visit Spanish Beef and Dairy Producers
‘Interesting to see a co-operative and its strength in savings and efficiency in sharing fixed costs’
‘Good to see everything up close and how a non grass system works and to follow system though to processing stage’ more…
Youth Study Visit: Somme Heritage Centre to explore shared history
As part of the Decade of Commemorations Programme managed by Heather McLaughlin, members of Youth Action NI researched the events of the Decade of Commemorations supported by a group of Peer Researchers to understand their shared history. more…
Portuguese Catering & Hospitality Students Study Visit to London
The students and their teachers enjoyed a very full 4 day programme which included all the major sites in London. Their aim was to develop their English language skills to prepare them for working in the tourism and hospitality industry. more…
Study Visit in Poland: Creating business through Culture
This study visit was the final meeting of the ENWRA project signifying the end of the 2 year project and took place to coincide with the midsummer festival recently created by the women in the area to celebrate not only the longest day in the year but the traditional crafts, music and dance of the area. more…
Agriculture and Tourism in Slovakia
The study visit included a visit to a sheep breeder with sheep cheese production and beef animal exporter. Traditional music and craft demonstration, a walking city tour of Bratislava, and a tour of a modern winery. more…
Study visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina
View this short excerpt from a video produced by TADA Rural Support Network ‘Across Frontiers’ project capturing a study visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina organised by Eurolink.
Portuguese High School Study Visit London: Language and Culture
A group of students and their teachers from Northern Portugal visited London to develop their English language skills and to explore British culture. Before their study visit the students researched some of the famous sites in London and each day helped to plan which sites to visit. more…
Creating employment opportunities for Women in Rural Areas
This two year project funded through Grundgtvig Lifelong Learning looked at the issues facing women finding employment in rural areas. The project partners were from Spain, Hungary, Poland, Turkey, Germany, Cyprus and the UK. Study Visits took place to each of the partners to look at best practice in each region. more…