International cultural trips have two primary missions. The first is to show students the world from a different angle and to expose them to different cultures. This is a very vital issue … *** Please Login To View ***

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Author

  • Mazen Bsat

    Mazen Bsat is from a small beautiful country from the Middle East namely Lebanon. He is a Neurolanguage Coach, International Coordinator, and teacher of English in Najd National Schools in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He has an MA degree in Leading Innovation and Change from York St John University, England. Mazen has a passion in cultural tourism. His major role is to organize international students’ trips in his school. Mazen believes that “ not all classes have four walls.”