International Exchange Programmes
With a constant endeavour to deliver the best to its students, Unison World School incorporates educational excursions and Exchange Programmes into their academic calendar. Students are encouraged to participate in such activities with an aim of providing opportunities to experience the world beyond text books. This not only enables bolstering up the classroom learning but also prepares children to become global citizens.
At present, Unison World School shares their partnership with three reputed schools for Exchange Programmes
A: St. Francis’ College, Letchworth, England.
B: Rangi Ruru Girls’ School, Christchurch, New Zealand
C: Kilgraston School, Perthshire, Scotland.
Unison World School and its partner schools are engaged in negotiations in relation to various collaborations and projects with a view to promote the advancement of international understanding, the dissemination of learning and the strengthening of cultural ties.
Every year a group of students and staff visits these schools and the exchange for that year gets completed by the reciprocal visit of the delegations from the partner schools to Unison World School. These programmes have promulgated and tightened a bond of understanding and friendship, in addition to exchange of culture and knowledge.
To stimulate the scientific bent of mind of students, Unison World School has been organizing regular trips to Kennedy Space Center, and National Aeronautical Space Administration in USA. The visit provides hands on learning opportunities with astronauts. A range of training activities at NASA generate interest and also enrich students’ knowledge in Space exploration. Conducted tour of Ivy League colleges and Parson School of Design forms an important part of the visit.
For those who prefer an adrenaline rush, Switzerland beckons. The School trip to Switzerland combines visit to the United Nations offices in Geneva, Alpine adventure, leadership workshops, language learning, learning French etiquettes, experiential excursions and academic enhancement.
In the fast moving world, it is important to mentor our students to be the best version of themselves, wherever they may be. Widening their views and ways of thinking about the world and giving them first hand experiences of different cultures will go a long way in their personal growth and development.