Kojimachi Gakuen Women's Junior and Senior High School currently has high school-university partnership agreements with six universities (Toyo University, Tokyo Women's University, Kyoritsu Women's University, Kagawa Nutrition University, Seijo University, and Japan Women's University).This summer, as part of the collaborative activities of the agreement, we held a "Campus Visit" to Seijo University, Japan Women's University, and Tokyo Women's University for students and their parents.

 Kojimachi Gakuen Girls' Junior and Senior High School has quickly established a "high school-university collaboration system" that allows students with "high learning motivation", "clear sense of purpose for learning" and "a certain level of academic ability" to smoothly advance to their first-choice university. It's here. Rather than choosing a university for superficial reasons such as "good image" or "easy to commute", we aim to encourage students to enter a university with a "clear sense of purpose for learning", starting with campus visits. We provide many opportunities for understanding.Through mutual exchanges and collaboration, students who have decided that a partner university is their first choice will be able to go on to higher education if they meet certain criteria set by each university.

 Campus visits were held at Seijo University on August 8th, at Japan Women's University on August 6th, and at Tokyo Women's University on August 8th.At Tokyo Women's Christian University, she took a mock class in the Department of International English, where she learned the joy of looking at the background culture, etc. under the theme of "What can be seen from translation."

 Participating students commented, "Hearing a lot of stories from current university students gave me an idea of ​​what life and learning at university is like." I was impressed by the story of how I was going to study at the university.

Reference: [@Press] Deepening collaboration between high school and university!"Campus visit" held at his three universities, Seijo University, Japan Women's University, and Tokyo Women's University during summer vacation 

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