NUCB International College will be holding its next Open Campus on Saturday, 27 January. This is an opportunity for students to get a first insight into what life as a border in a multicultural college environment will be like at our campus. We invite everyone for a memorable visit inside our Boarding House and School buildings.
Date and time:
Saturday, 27 January 2024, 10:00〜13:45 (tentative)
NUCB Nisshin/Nagakute Campus
4-4 Sagamine Komenoki-cho, Nisshin-shi, Aichi 470-0193 Japan
We will start the event with a welcome buffet to enjoy nice conversation in a relaxed atmosphere.
School Information Session
We will show you the value and appeal of our boarding house, the International Baccalaureate education and the MBA case method.
Essay Writing Workshop
You will be taught tips on how to write an impactful essay in English. All prospective applicants to NIC are encouraged to take advantage of this session.
You will be able to see the brand new teaching facilities and the international dormitory.
Case Method Mock Lesson
This is your chance to experience the case method teaching approach. We have selected a topic adapted to high school students so that everyone can immediately actively participate.
Lunch will be provided to all our guests. The same nutritious & well-balanced meal that our students enjoy every day at the International House.
If you have any questions regarding our programme, boarding house, admission procedure, scholarships, and such, our staff will be glad to answer them during an individual consultation. Let's clear up any doubts you have before the enrollment!
Morgan Veness, with a Masters in Education, Masters of Fine Arts (Research), and a Bachelor's in Art Education and Fine Arts (Honours), is a registered teacher with the Australian Institute of Teachers. Over 20 years, he has worked in various educational sectors in Japan and Australia, contributing to curriculum development, assessments, and policy implementation. He also possesses International Baccalaureate expertise as a Diploma Programme Visual Arts examiner. Before his academic career, Mr. Veness worked in fine arts institutions, including the National Gallery of London, and has extensive international experience, having lived and worked in countries such as India, Morocco, Thailand, Myanmar, Spain, the U.K., and Japan.