As part of the "Student Council" leadership initiative at NUCB International College, several councils have been established; one of these councils being the Admissions and Events Council. The Admissions and Events Council (consisting of Kei, Mina, Suzuna, and Chihaya) supports the Admissions Team staff members during on-campus events (Open Campus, One-Day Experience and more) by interacting with guests, answering questions about school life, introducing the appeal points of NIC, and guiding them on campus tours. They also come up with fun and unique activities that guests can enjoy during the NIC Family One-Day Experience. They are excited to meet new people from around the world and share their love for the NIC community.
We had the chance to sit down with the members and learn more about their personalities, future dreams, motivations for joining the council, and what they love about NIC. Mina wants to make friends all over the world and believes that NIC will help her achieve this dream. Suzuna wants to challenge herself in order to improve her communication skills and learn how to be more confident. Kei has experience helping out at NIC's Summer School and has really enjoyed being able to communicate with different people and learn to become more compassionate. Chihaya really enjoys the warm and friendly atmosphere at NIC which has allowed her to be comfortable with expressing her opinions.
NUCB International College is designed to provide a world-class education with excellent facilities and a rich natural environment, on its 200-acre campus, in Nisshin city, Japan.
The case method, first developed at Harvard Business School in 1922 and now commonly used in elite academic institutions worldwide, is incorporated into the teaching approaches for leadership education at NIC. Small classes enable personalised supervision by multinational faculty members with masters or doctoral degrees and faculty from affiliated top business schools. In addition, the Summer School for prospective students (July) and a preparatory course (the Bridging Programme) for September admission are also offered.
The school provides a safe and secure co-educational boarding environment with reference to international boarding standards. 'House Supervisors', who are well versed in psychological and health management, provide daily support and regular individual counseling to ensure optimal support and guidance for each student. Through living together with peers from different cultures and experiences, students develop the qualities required of the next generation of leaders.
Thu., 23 November: Open Class
Sat., 9 December: NIC Family One-Day Experience