High school exchanges and study abroad with Nacel.
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HIGH SCHOOL ABROAD
Live with a host family or in a boarding school and study abroad for a term, a semester or an academic year: apply now to one of our unforgettable high school abroad.
The best way to learn a foreign language: live at your language teacher's home and get one-to-one home lessons.
Share the everyday life of a host family abroad thanks to our homestay immersion programs.
Book a language course in one of our international language schools abroad: best price for value guaranteed! Choose your destination, the length of your stay as well as your accommodation. Design your own study program and live a new language!
STUDY AND VOLUNTEER
Embrace another culture through volunteer work while improving your second language skills.
Improve your language skills, practice sports and have fun in one of our summer camps abroad. Meet students of your age and from all around the world!
This summer course enabled me to meet and speak English with many people, which really improved my confidence. It’s a very practical course, and I learnt a lot of new vocabulary and grammatical structures; not only in the classroom, but also outside the classroom visiting London. I got to visit the famous sights of London, learn about the history of the city, and practise my English. I was able to see London from a different perspective! It has been great fun, I really enjoyed it!
Thanks for all the support. I never thought that I could do my first high school in England. This year has been one of the best! England is now my second home!
“Hello! I am Nandinzul from Mongolia. My Japanese name is Nami-chan. I lived in Japan for about one year. My host family, school, and the local coordinator were the most important things to me. I had two older host sisters and one younger host brother in my family. In my family in Mongolia I also have two older sisters and one younger brother, so it was very normal and comfortable for me. Of course from the start my host family was kind and happy. I didn’t understand Japanese well, so I didn’t talk much with my host father and brother, and my host sister Nonchan was busy with college and my host sister Kacchan was in France. So every day I was asked many things, for example “how was school today”, Mongolia culture, or various things, my host mom though it was really important to speak Japanese. Also every day without realizing my Japanese gradually got better and now I can speak with my family normally. When my host sister returned from her yearlong in France, we could talk about our similar experiences. It was great! There was not a lot of difficulties between me and my host family. I did have one difficulty during my stay, I caught a bad cold. My host mom took me to the doctor and bought medicine for me. With together my host mom we have cooked together, we gone out to eat at many places (because I like meat), she’s dressed me up in a Kimono, and took me to the ocean. Through these things we steadily became closer. I am thankful for this time we spent together. Of course I don’t want to thank only my family, but also my host family’s relatives (grandma and grandpa) and the local coordinator. I am super lucky that I got to meet such nice and warm people.
My first day of school, I thought that this high school was wonderful. We wore uniforms and I was happy I could experience a real Japanese girl’s high school life. It was difficult to make friends but I was able to learn interesting things from my teachers, I joined a club (I played the clarinet), and joined the school festival. At the festival I participated in various ball sports and singing. Also, the Japanese my principle taught me was fun. I am happy I came to Japan and met everyone. I was able to meet exchange students from various countries. The twelve of us only met once every three months but from the beginning we were always together and seemed like we were always good friends. We improved our Japanese together and did our best. I have made a lot of friends and now I want to visit a lot of different countries. At first, I didn’t understand anything, but I thought it was important to be with everyone every hour, minute, and second. So from then on I tried harder and harder to speak in order to become a diplomat. For this year, for helping me open up my future, to my host family, school, thank you so very much!”
Nandinzul, from Mongolia
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Nacel has over 60 years creating unique cultural, educational and linguistic experiences for students from all over the world. Every year Nacel welcomes students from different races, gender, and social backgrounds. Our main goal is to promote among young international students an education offer that will contribute to their educational and personal development.