The launch of a new International High School in 2020

We will teach a new generation of future scientists and innovators who believe with all their heart that "I can shape the world with my own hands".

Lectures by renowned university professors and scientists engaging in cutting-edge research

In-depth discussions about leadership, cultural differences, and issues facing the new generation. Share your thoughts, dreams and ambtions and be part of a global community!

Summer School 2017 Program Application Guideline

Outline
Dates July 30, 2017(Sun) to August 9, 2017(Wed)
Venue (First half) Ritsumeikan University, Biwako-kusatsu Campus
(Second half) Some facilities in Tokyo and Chiba
Accommodation (First half) Ritsumeikan University, Epock21
(Second half) Tokyo University of Science, Noda seminar house
Number of
Students Accepted
30
Requirments - Applicant must be of 15 - 17 years of age, and must not be graduating by August 2017
- A strong foundation in English
- Able to get to the venue on their own expense
- Must be in good physical and mental condition
- All applicants are examined during applicant screening
- Must be enthusiastic, initiative, and be able to work both independently or in cooperation with other students
Program Cost 250,000yen (Class Programs 120,000yen / Food, Accommodation, and Insurance 100,000yen / local transportation during summer school 30,000yen )
Scholarship All expense 250,000yen (Excluding Transportation to/from the venue from/to your place)
- Examined applicant screening and online-interview
Application
Deadline
First term : 30th April, 2017

Second term : 30th June, 2017

1) Scholarships are not availavle during the second term.

2) Application with a scholarship request will be accepted during the first term of application which will end on 30th April, 2017.

**Extension requests may be available from countries with conflicting schedules due to academic term or exams.

Organizer International School of Science Founding Project / Katsuiku Education Foundation

Ryuichi “Richie” Nomura

Representative

Takeshi Kinugawa

Project Leader

Masayuki Sorata

Project Manager

Risa Mizuno

Program Coordinator

Clarlotte Evans

Head of teachers

Yoshifumi Komasa

Curriculum Coordinator

Taizo Son