Jinseki International School
will participate in LINDEN Boarding School Tours
and join tours to be held in Moscow, the United States, Shanghai, and Tokyo.
Next Educational Environment Development (NEED, located in Jinsekikogen-cho, Hiroshima Prefecture), which aims at opening “Jinseki International School,” Japan’s first boarding school for primary school children, will participate in LINDEN Boarding School Tours and join tours to be held in Moscow, the United States, Shanghai, and Tokyo.
In August this year, the Hiroshima Prefectural Government officially accepted applications submitted by Jinseki International School for approval as an education corporation and authorization for establishing the school. As the applications have been accepted, the school is now able to officially start student recruitment activities.
In line with this, in order to start activities to accept a wide range of students from inside and outside of Japan, Jinseki International School will participate in Linden Boarding School Tours, which has made great achievements in global networks of boarding schools, and start to actively promote activities to recruit students from overseas.
Michael Rob Gray, former head of Le Rosey (boarding school in Switzerland) and one of the advisors at Jinseki International School, will also attend the tours.
Linden Educational Services assists regionally accredited boarding schools from across the globe with their efforts to recruit, enroll, and serve international students and hosts agent networking and recruitment fairs around the world throughout the year.
Schedule of LINDEN Boarding School Tours
Moscow Tour 2019
Agent Networking Event Location: The National Hotel
Recruitment Reception Location: The Four Seasons
Orange County, US Tour 2019
Agent Networking Event Location: Marriott Irvine Spectrum
Recruitment Fair Location: Courtyard Irvine Spectrum
Asia Tour 2019
Shanghai: November 15
Agent Networking Event Location: Radisson Blu Hotel Shanghai New World
Tokyo: November 17
Agent Fair & Recruitment Fair Location: Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo
Next Educational Environment Development (NEED)
Having welcomed former Oxford Dragon School headmaster John Baugh and others to serve as advisers, Next Educational Environment Development (NEED) aims at opening Japan’s first elementary boarding school, “Jinseki International School,” seeking to incorporate the ideas and educational methods of European boarding schools, which have histories dating back more than a century, into the Japanese education system.
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