The last week of Study Tour Shift will be spent in the world's most populous metropolitan area. With 39 million residents and a 2.5 trillion dollar economy, if Tokyo were a country it would be the 8th largest economy in the world. The insanity of a huge, wealthy metropolis where high-tech futurism is constantly contrasted by remnants of traditional Japan will prove to be one of the most memorable experiences of the study tour.
|Sneak Peek #5 - Tokyo||September 3rd, 2018|
|Sneak Peek #4 - Kyoto||August 27th, 2018|
|Sneak Peek #3 - Osaka||August 19th, 2018|
|Sneak Peek #2 - Busan||August 12th, 2018|
|Sneak Peek #1 - Seoul||August 6th, 2018|
|Japan Oppervlakking - by Arend Rensink||April 11th, 2018|
|Tours and Teambuilding at Quintor||March 29th, 2018|
|Cyber-Physical Infrastructure - What To Expect?||March 21st, 2018|
|Destination Spotlight - Japan||January 17th, 2018|
|Happy New Year!||January 9th, 2018|
|Destination Spotlight - South Korea||December 16th, 2017|
|Enrollment is now open!||November 9th, 2017|
After waking up well-rested after a night's stay in a Buddhist temple and with a stomach full of a traditional monk's breakfast, we will gather the group to, once again, embark on a day of travelling. We will travel to the beautiful city of Kyoto, which has been the seat of the emperor for over a thousand years, as it is the former capital of Japan.
It seems fitting that, during a study tour themed after infrastructure, its participants experience many different modes of travel. After flying and driving by bus to Busan, the journey to our next destination, Osaka, holds two new modes of transport for the participants.