Students and staff at National Junior College have been involved in a number of fruitful collaborations recently.

2017 Collaboration and exchange with Camborne Science and International Academy, Camborne, UK.


NJC visit to Korea Science Academy

NJC students were led on a tour of the school by a student of KSA.
A student from NJC learns how to use the HPLC taught by a student from KSA.
NJC students enjoy a traditional hanbok cultural experience on their visit.
NJC students also tried their hand at leather making as part of their cultural experience.

Exchange with Moscow Chemical Lyceum

Photography for Overseas Visitors in 2016

Visit from Mahidol Wittayanusorn School



Cultural visit to the Sultan Mosque.
Field study at Mount Faber.
Special lecture at Hokkaido University.


College of the Nation:
Home of scholars and leaders who serve with honour.


A standard of conduct that treats others with consideration and respect. It is about disagreeing without disrespect, seeking common ground as a starting point for dialogue about differences, listening past one’s preconceptions, and teaching others to do the same.


A capacity for selfless concern for the well-being of others. It is about service to others and not about existing just for ourselves.      Altruistic acts include not only those undertaken in order to do good to others, but also those undertaken in order to avoid or prevent harm to them.


A capacity to recover quickly from difficulties. It is about an ineffable quality that allows a person to be knocked down by life and come back stronger than ever. A resilient person is positive, optimistic, able to regulate emotions, and sees failures as a form of helpful feedback. Even after misfortune, a resilient person is blessed with such an outlook that he/she is able to change course and soldier on.


A capacity to be bold, creative and ready in any undertaking. It is about being able to see the future in the present. An enterprising person keeps his/her eyes open and has an active mind to see opportunity in all areas of life.

Outstanding Performance at the 2016 Amazing Science X Challenge

Congratulations to Looi Kai Wen, Sherwin Warwick Da Cruz and Guan Wei for their Gold Medal winning performance at the 2016 Amazing Science X Challenge. The three students designed and built a spectrophotometer that was almost just as good as a UV/vis spectrometer in the laboratory