Students will have the opportunity to meet people from different countries, learn about traditional customs and costumes and have the opportunity to come in contact with distant cultures, all while learning the importance of a healthy diet for themselves and for the planet: By participating in next year’s event, students will encounter these opportunities. During a meeting on the Progetto Scuola of Expo Milano 2015 presented this morning at the headquarters of the Ministry of Education, Universities and Research, the procedures and initiatives with which Italian and foreign schools will participate in the Universal Exposition. The meeting was attended by the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Maurizio Martina , the Minister of Education, University and Research Stefania Giannini , the General Manager of the Division of Event & Entertainment Expo 2015 S.p.A Piero Galli , CEO of Ferrovie dello State Italian Michele Elia and the Director of Business Telecom Italia Simone Battiferri . ProfessorAndrea Lenzi (Professor of Endocrinology – Sapienza University of Rome) described the food education project implemented by the Ministry of Education and MIPAAF in collaboration with the Department of Experimental Medicine of Sapienza University of Rome.
Learning while having fun: entrance 10 euro for students to visit the Expo site with their class
Interested classes can book an educational visit by filling out the inquiry form on the page www.expo2015.org/it/biglietti:the cost of the ticket for each student form school groups or classes (from nursery schools to high school) is 10 euro. the cost of the ticket for students in the class or school groups (from Nursery to High Schools) is 10 euro each. Each school will be able to freely plan their visit on their own, identifying travel solutions that best meet their needs, as well as being able to purchase packages – consisting of entry, transfers, measl and hotel – all can be accomplished by getting in touch with the “Rivenditori Autorizzati Scuole”. “Authorized Schools Resellers”. Approximately 2,500 secondary school students from high schools in Lombardy will become a “Volunteer for a Day” and experience first-hand the Universal Exposition. They will be in contact with people from all over the world, be able to taste the particular foods and learn about the cultures from diverse locations.
To book tickets, you must access the following link and follow the directions for the proper completion and submission of the booking form online. If you find any problems in the compilation or questions about the school you can contact Expo tickets at the following email address dedicated firstname.lastname@example.org