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Studies and Curricula

  • Engineering and Sciences
  • Business and Management
  • Humanities
  • General Studies
  • Extracurricular Activities
  • Collele Entrance Prep / Advisory
  • Students demonstrating engineering and sciences orientation shall be prepared with transferable college level engineering and sciences courses, which shall be applicable toward college degree requirements. Many classes are hands on experimental researches. This not only incubates student with research and analysis capability, but also helps with building application materials for college admissions.
  • The curricula stress preparation of mathematical tools. Students will be equipped with sound statistical backgrounds and good analytic skills prior to studying business subjects. Some students will be exposed to industrial engineering and operational research while some will be geared toward accounting and finance.
  • The school will steer studies toward professional fields like communications, broadcasting and many other specialties. For students preferring general humanities, school will stress more in the preparing for SAT so as to win in the competition of college admissions.
  • Except for certain science or engineering majors, many American universities admit students without declaring a major. The school shall gear students of such category to have strong general background while improve language skills and enhance SAT score so as to present a strong case for college admissions.
  • During the weekdays, school utilizes these precious sessions of evening time to organize activities. Besides on campus events, there will be community services and interactions. These records will be employed to augment college admission application materials.
  • Our school is an American high school as well as a college preparation school. Upon enrollment, school shall start continual advises one on one with students. Our goal is for each student to enter a reach American university in the field that the student excels. The single most important preparation for college entrance is the SAT test score for our American school graduates, as TOEFL is not required.
  • About Us
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  • The school is established by Global Institutional Engagement Foundation established by Purdue University alumni. Purdue President met with alumni in Asia and introduced Purdue University International Engagement. The establishment of this school is a vivid example.
  • The Foundation liaises with Purdue Engagement Office. The school liaises with many private and state universities and colleges. The school also built up a network in Greater Tokyo for acquiring resources and recruiting participants.
  • At high school level, the school establishes long term working relationship with State of Oregon School System. The curricular materials are shared by the Hillsboro School District of Oregon. At college level, Purdue University engineering ranks 8th in the U.S and there are 2,500 tenured/tenure-track faculties. Summer Camps will be held on Purdue campus.
  • Address: Japan, Saitama, Fujimino, Kamifukuoka, 1 Chome 6−26

    Call: +81 495xxxx

    Text Message: +81 xxxxxxxx

    Email: admissions@asit.jp