Osaka international School has an outstanding academic record and students who graduate from OIS generally are able to enter the college or university of their choice. OIS offers the IB Diploma programme which is widely accepted around the world by univer
- Osaka, Japan
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Academic Year
- Program Description:
- The Global Futures Program provides a unique opportunity to pursue English language academic studies, develop skills as a global citizen and to study Japanese immersed in the culture and atmosphere of Osaka--Japan’s vibrant, cutting edge and historically rich 'second city'. ?If Japanese is your chosen foreign language, you want to explore your Japanese roots, or you want an unforgettable experience boosting your intercultural skills while continuing your college preparatory coursework, then consider an application to the OIS
Osaka international School has an outstanding academic record and students who graduate from OIS generally are able to enter the college or university of their choice. OIS offers the IB Diploma programme which is widely accepted around the world by university admissions' departments. OIS’s sister school relationship gives an OIS student the chance to experience Japan in an authentic manner through sports, student council and in day to day interactions.
For students who want to : develop a specific interest in Japan such as its language; study language in an authentic setting; ?students with a Japanese heritage who want to spend some time studying and living in the country; experience a unique culture first hand; study in the IB programmes; enjoy contributing to a community; ?enjoy challenges; ?want a special experience to take with them for the rest of their lives.
- Setting Description:
- Osaka is situated in the center of the long Japanese archipelago. It is in an area known as Kansai. The Kansai area is one of the most important historical regions of Japan with the ancient capitals of Kyoto and Nara nearby. Osaka is a large cosmopolitan city and is known as the ‘food capital’ of Japan. The school however is situated 15 km (about 9 miles) from the city centre on the northern edge of the city. The school is in a new residential area. ?Like all areas of Japan, Osaka is a very safe city to live in.
- The costs will depend on the requirements of the individual student. Please refer to our website or contact Mr McGill.
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