A learning experience in Germany and Poland
The National WWII Museum’s Warsaw Academy takes thirty college students on a journey through World War II on the Eastern Front, gaining historical insight in the historic locations where Polish citizens courageously resisted Nazism and Soviet domination. With classes held at Collegium Civitas, a private university located in the heart of Warsaw, students experience one of the most dynamic European capital cities while studying individuals such as Uprising leader Marek Edelman, Auschwitz survivor and former Polish Foreign Minister Władysław Bartoszewski, and former President and Solidarity leader Lech Walesa. By the end of their Warsaw Academy experience, students will understand the leadership and revolutionary spirit that helped Poland survive the years of Hitler, Stalin, and Communism.
For more information on this and other student tour offerings, visit the Student Travel page.
- Single Occupancy Apartment - $7,145
- Double Occupancy Apartment - $5,495
Questions? Call our student travel experts at 877-813-3329 x 514.
By clicking “Complete My Order” you will pay a $500 deposit per person and are officially registering for this tour, however you are NOT paid in full. A representative from our Travel Team will contact you by mail with tour details, a statement of your account (including your online deposit) and payment schedule for this tour. Payment will be due 90 days prior to departure, on March 17, 2019.