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Neuchâtel Junior College, Neuchâtel Junior College

Address: Rue du Crêt-Taconnet 4, 2000 Neuchâtel, Switzerland
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Description Neuchâtel Junior College, Neuchâtel Junior College

  • Established: 1956;
  • Location: Neuchâtel, Switzerland;
  • Students age: 17-18 years old;
  • Number of students: 75 people;
  • Language of instruction: English;
  • Type of study: private school of mixed learning.

Neuchâtel Junior College is a Canadian school located in the French-speaking city of Neuchâtel, Switzerland. NJC offers pre-graduate year training to students from Canada, the United States and other countries. Students join the course after any basic curriculum to master the material in the 12th grade Ontario course. Graduates from the school apply and are accepted to top universities for the most competitive programs in Canada and around the world. The experience of studying in English and living in a French-speaking community in the heart of Europe inspires rapid personal growth. College Neuchâtel brings up brave, determined young people who are ready for the future of serious education and adventure.

The NJC Learning Goal serves as the foundation for a progressive approach to education: for 60 years, the school has produced students who are knowledgeable, confident, independent, and have leadership qualities.

NJC was founded in 1956 by British educator Leonard Wilde. He offered the opportunity to bring together students from Canada and from abroad in an international context that will help form universal students ready to study and work anywhere in the world.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Neuchâtel Junior College, Neuchâtel Junior College

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Brief information: The NJC offers a pre-university year to students from Canada, the United States and other countries. Students are studying Ontario's 12th grade curriculum.

List of available courses:

  • Visual, dramatic art. Visual arts. AVI4M Prerequisites: Fine Art, 11 Cl.;
  • Dramatic Art, ADA4M. Prerequisites: dramatic art, 11 cl.;
  • Philosophy: Questions and Theories, HZT4U;
  • Prerequisites: Any university, college preparatory course in Social Sciences, Humanities, English, Canadian and World Studies;
  • Biology, chemistry, physics. Prerequisites for SBI4U: biology, chemistry, physics, 11 cl.;
  • Calculus and vectors, extended functions, data management mathematics;
  • Calculus and Vectors, MCV4U. Prerequisites: Additional features, may require a course at the same time as MCV4U;
  • Additional functions, MHF4U. Prerequisites: Functions, Grade 11, College of Technology Mathematics, College Preparation;
  • Data Management Mathematics, MDM4U. Prerequisites: functions, applications, 11 cl.;
  • Basic French, Advanced French, French Immersion;
  • Basic French. FSF4U prerequisites: Basic French, 11 cl.;
  • Advanced French. FEF4U prerequisites: French extended 11 cl.;
  • French immersion. FIF4U Prerequisites: French Immersion Class 11;
  • English, writing skills. English language, ENG4U. Prerequisites: English, 11 cl.;
  • Writing Mastery, EWC4U. Prerequisites: English, 11 cl.;
  • German. Local language school;
  • Communication technology, college preparation. Prerequisites for TGJ4M: communication technology, 11 cl.;
  • Classical civilization. LVV4U requirements: English language class 10, academic or applied;
  • World history, Canadian international law, Canadian, international politics, world problems, environment, resource management;
  • World history from the 15th century, CHY4U;
  • Canadian and International Law, CLN4U;
  • Canadian and International Politics. CPW4U prerequisites: Any university, college preparatory course in Canadian, World Studies, English, or Social, Humanities;
  • World Issues: Geographic Analysis, CGW4U. Prerequisites: Any university, college preparatory course in Canadian, World Studies, English, or Social, Humanities;
  • Fundamentals of International Business, Analysis of Current Economic Problems: Fundamentals of International Business, BBM4M;
  • Analysis of Current Economic Problems, CIA4U. Prerequisites: Any university, college preparatory course in Canadian, World Studies, English, or Social, Humanities.

Accommodation, housing and food

The tradition of home-based student living with local French-speaking families dates back to the founding of the NJC. Family experiences have consistently proven to be one of the most transformative and desirable aspects of studying abroad.

Finding themselves in a Swiss family, students integrate into culture and everyday life, gradually learn French, and become more independent. Families are assigned at the end of the study tour: the school will select the appropriate option based on the individuality and needs of each student. Most families accept students for several years, many for decades.

Accommodation options range from apartments in the city center to country houses in picturesque villages on the outskirts of Neuchâtel. It is possible to live in a boarding house one by one or with a classmate in NJC: getting to school together by train, tram or bus will become part of a new, independent life.

Events Neuchâtel Junior College, Neuchâtel Junior College

Curriculum-led instructor-led travel gives students the opportunity to experience Europe in a safe, nurturing and knowledge-based context. Every effort is made to make study tours part of the program:

  • Explore World War I and II battlefields, concentration camps, and memorials that bring history to life;
  • Acquaintance with the atmosphere of the times of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette at the Palace of Versailles, understanding the origins of the French Revolution;
  • Visit to the world famous CERN center, where physicists solve the mysteries of the Universe.

In addition to organized trips, students who have demonstrated their academic performance and responsible behavior are allowed independent trips for 3 weekends per semester, allowing them to get acquainted with the nearby cities - Vienna, Munich, Paris, Brussels, Milan. This weekend helps students to develop maturity, self-confidence, learn to value and respect different cultures and people, develop a sense of responsibility, self-confidence.

The NJC encourages students to take a balanced approach to life that includes the development of athletic, creative talent within the school community.

List of circles of interest:

  • Movie;
  • Dance;
  • Social media;
  • Drama;
  • Photo art.

Students often choose to take classes at the Royal Conservatory of Music or the Academy of Ballet, located near the NJC campus.

List of sport activities:

  • Hockey;
  • Football;
  • Rugby;
  • Running (Tour du Canton);
  • Basketball;
  • Volleyball;
  • Swimming;
  • Athletics.

The proximity to Lake Neuchâtel and the Alps gives students the opportunity to practice sports such as:

  • Rowing;
  • Sailing;
  • Skiing;
  • Snowboarding;
  • Skating;
  • Hiking.

The nearby Université de Neuchâtel has state-of-the-art fitness centers. There are many horse farms and trails near the hotel.

The NJC Leadership Program hosts annual international events in different European cities, providing students with the opportunity to expand their worldview by competing, solving problems, discussing and sharing knowledge with hundreds of students from other European schools.

Advantages

  • While living and studying in Europe, students become familiar with world history, current events, invited speakers from abroad, European school competitions, different languages and many cultural events. Simply put, NJC students learn more by being active and involved in the world around them.
  • College Neuchâtel is a Swiss non-profit organization Ville de Neuchâtel. The College is governed by the Swiss Board of Governors (Le Conseil de Fondation), which works closely with the Canadian Advisory Committee (Le Comité Canadien). Council members are appointed by the city council of Neuchâtel and represent the fields of education and business. Comité Canadien members are alumni of NJC and / or parents of recent students. Together, they are responsible for the selection of the headmaster, the financial performance of the college, and the strategic direction of the NJC programs.
  • NJC students live, travel, learn other countries, cultures and languages away from home for an extended period of time. They develop deep personal responsibility, dedication, independence.
  • NJC's enriched academic, social, global environment fosters personal intellectual maturity, curiosity, and a lifelong commitment to the pursuit of knowledge.

Equipment Neuchâtel Junior College, Neuchâtel Junior College

In 1960, the NJC acquired the elegant Foyer Building: a historic home built in 1906 that includes the Peter Mitchelson Center and the Craig Family Student Lounge. In the early 1970s, a pavilion was added to the campus to house classrooms, the Jerry Jund Resource Center, and Bill's Family Science Lab. In 2004, with the financial support of the City of Neuchâtel and the Spray family, a one-story Research Center was built.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

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Entry requirements, assessment and extra fees, how to apply, what is required to enrol, conditions, entry tests and exams

List of documents, which applicants send by email:

  • Completed application for admission;
  • Brief description of interests and activities;
  • Letter of recommendation;
  • An official transcript showing all your high school grades to date;
  • A copy of the report card for the current academic year;
  • A 750-word essay from an applicant on a specific topic;
  • Non-refundable application processing fee (receipt of payment).

Scholarships Neuchâtel Junior College, Neuchâtel Junior College

The College Neuchâtel fulfills its role in promoting and supporting the high achievements of students in various fields. Recognition for outstanding leadership and academic excellence is celebrated in graduation every June.

List of awards and scholarships:

  • Governor General's Medal;
  • Leonard Wilde Prize;
  • Academic Director's Medal;
  • Presidential award;
  • Ontario Scholarship;
  • DuPasquier Prize for knowledge of the French language.

Several junior college awards are awarded for excellence in specific subject areas as well as extracurricular activities. These include sports awards, awards in academic disciplines.

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Recommendations on when to apply

Language courses, schools and children's language camps Primary and secondary education - private schools Preparation programmes for entering universities - higher education Higher education (after completing accredited programs A-level, IB, High School) - Bachelor, Master, MBA
- we recommend to apply 6-9 months before the start of the course (some camps and schools offer discounts for early booking or for lengthy study programs)
- there are some very popular and high demand children's camps, where the applications need to be submitted 1 year in advance (in particular Switzerland , Great Britain , USA , Canada , Austria)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the training program,
- some schools have a specific time frame (September-November - please specify an individual school)
- some schools require tests in several stages (UKISET, internal tests of the school: English, mathematics, logics, subjects, interview, some require a personal visit)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the program,
- for Foundation and Pathway programs, IELTS and TOEFL certificates are usually required, respectively

- recommended submission one year before the start of the program,
- the deadline normally closes in January, for TOP HEIs and, as a rule, in March in other universities
- for a bachelor, a Foundation or Pathway preparatory program a completed A-level, IB, High School + IELTS / TOEFL are required
- for Masters you need a graduated higher education, in some cases you need a pre-Masters program
- MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.
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