Using “study-abroad” as an approach, we cultivate a unique kind of learning that is suited for the world
– diverging from the traditional Japanese approach that upholds a single answer,
we foster a skill that is key to surviving this fickle, modern world – autonomous strength.
Three key points make up our core value:
Meeting a wider world of learning through “study-abroad.”
At Ryugaku Caravan Trek, we conduct future planning workshops with college students that helps high school students reflect on their own future paths. By meeting college students who are currently studying at universities abroad, you’ll be able to learn what daily lives are like at universities abroad, as well as the process they went through to get to where they are now. We hope that through the Caravan Trek, high school students will be able to realize that they too, have the option of going to foreign universities.
Grasping the pathways to “studying-abroad” with your own hands – this summer camp is designed for high school juniors and seniors who are aspiring to study abroad. Led by current college students, participants will be able to address their self-identities through self-analysis/self-reflection workshops, while also developing their writing skills needed during the college application process. The main goal of this camp for participants is to finish one essay by the end of 5 days of camp. Participating in this summer camp also enables participants to apply for our scholarship program.