“I need diversity because…” This was the statement our students, faculty and staff answered in a new photo project, shot by UWC ISAK Japan communications associate, Adlin Zainal. The photos were taken in support of UWC Day 2017 (September 21). You can see some of the photos in this video!
University application season is almost upon us! College representatives from all over the world are now starting to visit UWC ISAK Japan. Just last week, we had counselors from a few partner institutions of the Davis Scholarship Program meet with our students and conduct on-campus interviews. We were incredibly thrilled to hear that both… [Read More]
While ISAK is still six months away from officially becoming the 17th member of the United World Colleges Movement, we believe it is important to share with you a statement UWC International Organization has made in response to the recent US Executive Order banning citizens from seven countries (Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Sudan, Yemen, and Somalia) from entering… [Read More]
In celebration of our diversity, ISAK hosted its annual International Day Festival on November 19. The festival was a chance to celebrate and share the many cultures of ISAK with the greater Karuizawa community and was entirely planned by students. With 39 countries home countries represented on campus this year, it was bigger than ever! The festival was held… [Read More]
On Friday, September 4, 2015, members of the UWC National Committee of Japan made a visit to ISAK to tour our facilities and meet with school founder, Ms. Lin Kobayashi, to discuss ISAK’s ongoing process of working toward becoming a UWC school. The committee members received a campus tour, observed classes, received a financial update and… [Read More]
ISAK is currently holding discussions with the International Board of United World College (UWC) to evaluate a partnership between ISAK and the UWC network. UWC is an educational consortium of 12 international boarding schools working under the mission of “making education a force to unite people, nations and cultures for peace and a sustainable future.” The discussions started from… [Read More]