Business Studies Trip to Berlin

Who's it for?

  • Secondary School, Sixth Form

Curriculum Included

Key Highlights

  • Guided tour of the city
  • Guided tour of the EUREF (European Energy Forum) Campus
  • Visit Ritter Sport's colourful ChocoWorld
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SELECTED DATES in Autumn 2024 | Winter & Christmas 2024 | February 2025

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About this trip

The centre of Europe's largest economy, Berlin offers Business Studies students the opportunity to explore some of Europe's largest manufacturers and startups. For business studies school trips to Berlin we provide a range of potential study visits tailored to your groups needs, from markets to factories.

With WST, you can also choose from a number of museums, education centres and building tours to suit your GCSE or A-Level business related topics. Let our subject experts create your perfect trip with a blend of educational and Berlin’s exciting cultural visits.

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Sample itinerary for a 4 day trip

Day 1
Morning

Depart for Berlin

Afternoon

Check in to your accommodation then it's off to explore the Sony Centre and Potsdamer Platz

Evening

Evening meal

Day 2
Morning

Enjoy a guided tour of the city of Berlin

Afternoon

After lunch its off to explore Markthalle Neun or another of Berlin's markets

Evening

Restaurant evening meal

Day 3
Morning

Guided tour of the EUREF (European Energy Forum) Campus, followed by an Energy Workshop run by GASAG Solution Plus

Afternoon

After lunch head to Ritter Sport's colourful ChocoWorld

Evening

Restaurant evening meal

Day 4
Morning

Enjoy some free time in Berlin before setting off on your return journey to the UK

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Educational Visits In Berlin

Other Study Visits

  • Silicon Allee Guided Tour
    Silicon Allee supports a community of international startups based in Berlin’s central tech cluster, operating a 7,500m international campus for startups and technology enthusiasts. This neighbourhood is home to many of Berlin's best tech companies and thousands of international entrepreneurs work and live in this area and campus.
  • Berliner - Kindl- Schultheiss Brewery
    In this immersive brewery tour, you will discover how the iconic Berliner Pilsner beer is crafted, produced and distributed. Located in Berlin-Lichtenberg, your students will hear about what it takes the create this unique blend of beer; from the water quality to the sourcing of barley malt, hops and yeast.
  • BMW Plant
    This fascinating visit will give your students the unique opportunity to experience live production, with a 'behind the scenes' insight from BMW Group company experts. Products created at the BMW Group continue to inspire and revolutionise the industry, with their unique design, dynamic and agility.
  • KPM Welt (Royal Porcelain Factory)
    The exhibition known as "KPM WELT" ("KPM World") is organized by the Royal Porcelain Factory (Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur), the oldest craftsman factory still in existence in Berlin.
  • Tempelhof
    Tempelhof Airport is the largest architectural monument in Europe. The former airport impresses with its monumental architecture and reflects Berlin´s eventful history. Built between 1936 and 1941, the building stands for the self-display of the National Socialists. In 1948/49, however, the airport also became a symbol of freedom through the Berlin Airlift.
  • Holocaust Memorial
    The Holocaust Memorial gives students the opportunity to appreciate and understand the true devastation of the Holocaust. With 2711 grey stone slabs bearing no markings, the memorial covers 205,000 square feet and is set on an uneven path that creates a feeling of instability and unrest – allowing students to witness the scale of the lives that were lost.

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Other Cultural Visits

  • TV Tower
    Located in former East Berlin, in Alexanderplatz, this is Berlin’s highest structure offering fabulous views over the city. The TV Tower can be pre-booked but not pre-paid, this visit must be paid directly on arrival.
  • Museum Island
    A group of museums located in the centre of Berlin on the River Spree: Alte Nationalgalerie: 19th Century paintings and sculptures from artists such as Monet, Renoir, Cezanne. Pergamon Museum: Antiquities, Islamic Art, Middle Eastern Art and objects. Bode Museum: Home to a collection of sculptures from Byzantium through to the Middle Ages. The New Museum and The Old Museum: Greek, Roman and Egyptian art.
  • TV Tower
    Located in former East Berlin, in Alexanderplatz, this is Berlin’s highest structure offering fabulous views over the city. The TV Tower can be pre-booked but not pre-paid, this visit must be paid directly on arrival.
  • Timeride Berlin
    Take a seat in a bus of the 80s and set off on a VR city tour, to experience a border control at Checkpoint Charlie, drive along Friedrichstrasse and see the Palace of the Republic shining in its former glory.
  • Berlin Zoo
    Zoo Berlin is Germany’s oldest zoological garden and home to the world’s largest variety of species. Almost 20,000 animals of around 1,300 species live in the 33-hectare zoo. They include elephants, giraffes, gorillas, and Germany’s only giant pandas.
  • Bebel Platz
    Site of the infamous Book Burning orchestrated by Nazi German Student Union that took place on this square on 10 May 1933. Now the location of Micha Ullman’s memorial ‘The Library’ the underground bookshelves of which have space for the 20,000 books that went up in flames here.
  • Sachsenhausen Memorial
    Set up in 1936 the Sachsenhausen became the blueprint for concentration camps across Germany and Occupied Europe. A visit to the memorial and the series of exhibitions spread across the site will cover themes such as: the origins of the camp; the system of control; the life of camp inmates; the use of violence and terror; mass murder; liberation.

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