Study Tours to Hungary

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Early Years Music Education Study Tour – Budapest, Hungary
Monday 17th to Friday 21st February 2020

The tour will include lesson observations in parent & baby/parent toddler classes/kindergarten/lower primary classes plus workshops with Hungarian Master Teacher Helga Dietrich.

Cost: £245 per participant (10% discount if you attended the tour in 2019). Please note – costs do not include travel, accommodation and meals.

BKA Study Tour 2020 further information BKA Study Tour 2020

BKA Study Tour 2020 further information

More details on all Study Tours

BKA Study Tours are organised in partnership with The Kodály Institute, Kecskemét.

The study tours are Monday to Friday so arrival in Hungary should therefore be Sunday and departure Saturday. Of course you may want to stay on and do some sightseeing. This is entirely up to you!

How do we get there?
It is easier for you to arrange your own travel given that people will be coming from all over. The sooner you book your flights the cheaper it is.

Where will we stay?
Hotels will be booked for the whole group and will be somewhere in the region of £45 per night. Obviously if people wish to share a room, the cost would be reduced. If people want to make other arrangements for accommodation that is also fine however please note that we leave together as a group from the Hotel each morning.

Is there a closing date for application?
Closing date for applications is 31st December 2018 but please note – there are limited places available on the tour and applications, along with a £50 non refundable deposit, will be accepted on a “first come first served” basis.

What do I need to do to apply?
Email the following information to Lucinda Geoghegan (email Name/Address/email address/telephone number/a summary of any previous Kodály training if any and your current occupation. A £50 deposit will be needed to secure your place and bank transfer details will be emailed to you upon application. *Balance for course fees payable by 31st January 2020.

Please feel free to contact Lucinda Geoghegan for any further information (email

“… he who begins life with music will have this reflecting on his future like golden sunshine.”
Zoltán Kodály