Over 100 students from Abbeygate Sixth Form will have the chance to travel to Asia after the Bury St Edmunds college secured a £210,000 Government grant.
The project, called the Turing Scheme, encourages 'global education partnerships, experiences and opportunities' and will offer the pupils a chance to visit Thailand and China.
As part of a separate partnership with Challenges Abroad, 10 students will have the opportunity to visit Nepal in 2021 as well.
Aaran McIntyre, Madi Payne and Joe Marshall. Picture: Abbeygate Sixth Form
Nadine Payne, group director of extended opportunities at Abbeygate and the Eastern Colleges Group, said: "We are very excited to be able to give our students these amazing opportunities.
“All of the projects have to maintain some kind of sustainable element to them.
"In Thailand for example, we will be discussing practices based around mental health and wellbeing.
"When we return, our students will create new resources based on their experiences that will be given to local primary schools.
"The visit to China will see us visit major political, cultural and business sites and we will get to work and share ideas with students based at a college in Beijing, before we return home to share the knowledge we have gained with other schools, Abbeygate learners and the community.