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Museums around the world

Art Students

The Louvre, Paris
The Louvre is the world’s largest museum and home to some of the big names in the art world, including: the famous Mona Lisa, Liberty Leading the People and Venus de Milo Sculpture

The National Gallery, London
Located in Trafalgar Square the gallery hosts over 2300 paintings from the mid-13th century to 1900 including works from Vincent Van Gogh, Monet, Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
A chic and urban paradise, “the met” is among the most visited art museums in the world, and is the largest art museum in the United States, perfect for any budding artists in your group


History Students

Tenement Museum, New York
A alternative side to the city. The Tenement Museum tells the story of the immigration through the millions of newcomers that built lives on Manhattan’s Lower East Side

Topography of Terror, Berlin
Once home to the headquarters of the Secret State Police, the SS and the Reich Security Main Office. The building now documents crimes committed by the SS and police during Nazi Germany

The Egyptian Museum, Cairo
Plunge into mythology and ancient relics, this museum contains the most extensive collection of pharaonic antiquities, spreading across 107 halls

Film and Media Students

Museum of the Moving Image, New York
This museum integrates audio-visual presentations and interactive exhibits. Students can explore historic film and television cameras and equipment in the ‘Behind the Screen’ exhibition

The Hollywood Museum, Los Angeles
This museum isn’t short of ‘Glitz and Glamour’! Home to the largest collection of Hollywood memorabilia in the world; props, costumes and original documentation

National Media Museum, Bradford
Lights, camera, action! Discover world famous collections of photography, film and television in the first UNESCO city of film


Business & Economics Students

Museum of American Finance, New York

The largest economy in the world has something to teach every business student! Check out the exhibit dedicated to Alexander Hamilton, the founder of the US financial system

Bank of England Museum, London
Wall Street eat your heart out! Explore the role the Bank of England plays in the financial system today, as well as the history of the bank

The National Bank of Belgium Museum, Belgium
Belgium: a central hub for European finance. This museum highlights the significance of money in the economy, history of banking and the role of the National Bank within the European framework

Music, Fashion and the Arts Students

The Museum at FIT (MFIT), New York

Located at the Fashion Institute of Technology, the museum displays rotating exhibitions as well as a permanent collection of 50,000 garments and accessories from 18th century to present day

The Museum of Bags and Purses, Amsterdam

In a quaint canal house in Amsterdam lays a museum displaying the history of the ladies bag over the past 500 years

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Ohio

Here, students can delve into the history of some of the best known producers and most influential artists, along with songwriters and other behind the scenes stars

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