Business Studies Trip to Prague

The stunning cityscape of Prague with its medieval architecture offers an amazing array of opportunities for Business Studies students. The economic history of the Czech Republic since 1945 can investigated through a visit to the Museum of Communism, followed by tours of some of the leading companies in Europe, including Skoda and the Becherovka Distillery. An eye-opening lecture can also be delivered at CERGE-EI.

  • Business Studies Trip to Prague
  • Business Studies Trip to Prague
  • Business Studies Trip to Prague
  • Business Studies Trip to Prague
  • Business Studies Trip to Prague

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  • Czech Invest: The country’s main organisation  for business support and capital investment, where you can enjoy a lecture and have the opportunity to put questions to an expert.
  • Skoda Car Factory: The plant features the factory’s history as well as a tour of the engine assembly plant and final assembly line.
  • CERGE-EI: Attend a lecture at the Centre for Economic Research and Graduate Education - Economics Institute.
  • Becherovka Distillery: Producers of the famous Czech liquor, Carlsbad Bitter Becherovka since 1807. Enjoy a tour around the distillery to understand its production, distribution and marketing.
  • Czech National Bank: Visit the Czech National Bank exhibition ‘People & Money’, in the former strong-room at the CNB's headquarters.
  • Prague Airport tour: Explore a variety of working areas which ordinary passengers never visit, in order to help you learn how a busy international airport operates..

Where to stay

You will be staying at the 3 star Hotel Ilf, located on the outskirts of the city, with excellent transport links into the city centre.

Sample Itinerary

Day One

Arrive in Prague. Afternoon themed guided walking tour of Prague. Evening bowling.

Day Two

Morning visit to the Skoda Car Plant, including introductory film and tour through the various stages of the manufacture of a car. Afternoon tour of the Bohemian Crystal factory. Or full day excursion to PETROF, one of Europe’s biggest piano manufacturers and exporters, situated in Hradec Králové which is approx. 100 km outside Prague.

Day Three

Visit to Tesco Central Distribution Centre with a guided tour through the computerized logistic centre. Visit to the Czech Republic’s second largest brewery Staropramen for a guided tour of the production process followed by a tasting.

Day Four

Time to shop and sightsee before flight home.

Business Studies Trip to Prague

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