Boston and New York City
All year round
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About the tour
This tour is created to appeal to engineers, scientists, designers, innovators and thinkers of the future. Against the backdrop of the prestigious MIT and Harvard Universities, the tour was designed specifically to inspire student's interest in a range of science-based subjects, engage their passion and provide guidance in the world's fastest-growing industries. NYC and the state of Massachusetts have a plethora of educational activities including workshops in robotics, programming drones, learning about clean energy in the New York Academy of Science, exploring marine biology, ecosystems, and ocean conservation at National Geographic Encounter. Students will also visit the MIT Museum and learn about the cutting-edge laboratories that are developing the innovations of tomorrow. In addition, they will meet with and learn from some of the most well-regarded scientific institutions in the world and witness real-world applications of STEM.
Visit the MIT Museum and participate in STEM workshops at Harvard University.
Explore amazing maths exhibits and take part in inspiring educational activities at the National Museum of Mathematics in NYC.
Build and code drones, design homes and structures with 3-D computer programmes.
Learn robotics and coding through workshops designed and operated by MIT PhD graduates.
Apply critical thinking and teamwork to tackle mental challenges and progress through your Quest at an escape room adventure.
Investigate an array of topics from biodiversity to the complexities of exploring outer space at the American Museum of Natural History.