AN OVERSEAS EDUCATIONAL JOURNEY THAT CHALLENGES STUDENTS TO LEARN FROM THE CHOICES MADE DURING THE HISTORIC D-DAY INVASIONS
The National WWII Museum hosts the leaders of tomorrow at Normandy Academy, an immersive, multifaceted educational voyage that challenges students to consider and learn from the impactful choices WWII officers and soldiers faced during the historic D-Day invasions. Students will learn in both New Orleans—where Andrew Higgins designed and manufactured Higgins boats, arguably the most important facet in Allied victory on D-Day—and Normandy, France, where those boats landed and helped the Allies surge to triumph in World War II. A college-credit option is administered by Nicholls State University.
College credit option administered by Nicholls State University, Thibodaux, Louisiana, an accredited regional university.
For more information on this and other tour offerings, visit ww2museumtours.org.
$3,695 per student (Includes International Airfare)
$745 for three college credit hours with Nicholls State University
An additional $20 processing fee will be assessed to students who are not currently enrolled full time with Nicholls State University.
*Excludes domestic airfare to New Orleans.
Assistance with domestic airfare may be available from New York (JFK), Boston (BOS), and Ft. Lauderdale (FLL) in partnership with JetBlue. Please inquire with one of our travel experts.
Questions? Call our student travel experts at 877-813-3329 x 514.