Global Studies



5 Days


On-Ground Program Price

*Airfare is not included in the price

$3,580 – Ratio 10/14:2
$2,860 – Ratio 15/19:2
$2,480 – Ratio 20/25:2

Estimated single occupancy upgrade cost – $570*



March 17-21, 2024

Program includes

4 Nights of Accommodation:

  • 2 people per room for participants, each with their own bed and ensuite bathroom
  • Single for faculty/program leader with ensuite bathroom
  • Free wifi and daily continental breakfast

All Ground Transportation 

Welcome & Farewell Dinners 

Historical & Cultural Tours

Full Time On Site Program Director Available 24/7 in case of Emergencies 

24/7 On-Ground Emergency Support

SAA’s Mandatory Health Insurance

SAA’s $5m Liability Insurance (COI available upon request)

Tips & Gratuities


International Airfare

Meals Not Specified

Passport and Visa Fees (if applicable)

Single Room Upgrade Costs for Participants

Classroom/Meeting Space

Optional Activities and Suggestions

Optional Travelers Insurance and/or CFAR/IFAR

Personal Expenses

Program highlights

White House, Lafayette Square, Black Lives Matter Plaza and Washington monument

WWII Memorial

Smithsonian museum

Lincoln, Korean war and Vietnam Memorials

Mount Vernon and Arlington cemetery

US Capitol, National Archives, Tidal Basin

Gettysburg military park and museum

Cyclorama Experience

Holocaust Museum


DAY 1 – DEPARTURE – Sunday, March 17

Depart Home for Washington D.C.

Explore Washington, D.C. highlights:

Photo stop at the White House

Lafayette Square and Black Lives Matter Plaza

Photo stop at the Washington Monument

WWII Memorial

Visit the Holocaust Museum – The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is the United States’ official memorial to the Holocaust. Adjacent to the National Mall in Washington, D.C., the USHMM provides for the documentation, study, and interpretation of Holocaust history.

Welcome Dinner in Washington, D.C. (food court voucher)

Take a guided night tour of Washington, D.C.

Lincoln Memorial, Korean War Veterans Memorial & Vietnam Veterans Memorial


DAY 2 – WASHINGTON D.C. – Monday, March 18

Breakfast & Day Briefing 

Visit Mount Vernon:

Estate, Museum, and education center

Mansion (subject to availability)

George Washington’s tomb

The Slave Memorial

Visit Arlington National Cemetery:

Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Kennedy gravesites, Military Women’s Memorial & Make a photo stop at the Marine Corps War Memorial

DAY 3 – WASHINGTON D.C. – Tuesday, March 19

Breakfast & Day Briefing 

See the U.S. Capitol and Visitor Center

Make a photo stop at the Library of Congress and the U.S. Supreme Court

Visit the National Archives

Explore the Tidal Basin

FDR Memorial, Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial & Jefferson Memorial


DAY 4 – GETTYSBURG/ WASHINGTON D.C. – Wednesday, March 20

Breakfast & Day Briefing

Travel to Gettysburg

Guided Tour of: National Military Park, Gettysburg Museum, Visitor Center and Cyclorama Experience.

Travel back to Washington DC

Farewell Dinner in Washington D.C.

For any additional information or questions please email us at:

Payments Schedule

150 days prior to departure $500 is due and payable by October 19, 2023.

90 days prior to departure, the second payment in the amount of 50% of the remaining amount is due and payable by December 18, 2023.

60 days prior to departure, the third and final payment in the amount of the remaining amount is due and payable by January 17, 2024.

For any additional information or questions please email us at:

*Note: When you make a payment please leave a note with: School name, Name of the Program, Name and Surname

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