Explore Tokyo's top destinations!

Delve into the city's dynamic technology landscape, visit leading technology companies, and participate in thrilling field trips to innovation hubs and institutions, all while immersing in the rich tapestry of Japan culture and entertainment!

Botanic Garden Singapore
Gardens by the Bay
TeamLab Planets exhibit
Meiji Shrine
Tokyo Skytree

Our programs

STEM & Innovation

Japan is where creativity knows no bounds! Let’s witness groundbreaking robotics, revolutionary clean energy solutions first-hand and unlock your innovative spirits right at The Land of Rising Sun this summer.


7/7 - 14/7/2024

Suitable for

Students aged 13 - 18


Get your tickets now!

Early Bird

$2050 USD

Deadline: 30 April 2024 23:59 (GMT+8)
Group registration discount available
Registration closed


$2150 USD

Deadline: 15 June 2024 23:59 (GMT+8)
Group registration discount available
Registration closed

Interested in group traveling?

If you are registering in a group of 5 or more students, please contact us at for more details on group registration and discounts.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is included in the package?

Our program packages include:

  • Program Fees
  • Lesson Materials
  • Camp Package
  • Field Trips & Attraction Tickets (where applicable)
  • Trainers at 1:15-25 Ratio
  • Classroom Venue at National University of Singapore (NUS)
  • 6 Nights Accommodation at the school dormitory
  • Local Transportation (incl. Airport Transfer) – Mix of chartered and public transportation options
  • Meals (incl. 6 Breakfasts, 6 Lunches, 6 Dinners – Halal & Vegetarian available upon request)

What is NOT included in the package?

Our program packages DO NOT offer the following:

  • Flights
  • Travel Insurance
  • Personal Shopping
  • Local SIM card
  • Snacks and additional food outside of standard meals

Do students need a visa to attend summer camp in Japan?

You are required to apply for an short-term stay visa to Japan if you are holding a passport from a visa-required country. You will need to apply for a visa at the Japanese Embassy/Consulate with the jurisdiction. All foreign nationals/people who reside in the following countries/region and are required to obtain a short-term visa on visiting Japan are eligible to apply for a visa online from March 27, 2023. Brazil, Cambodia, Canada, Mongolia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, U.S.A.

What is the current situation of COVID-19 in Japan?

On April 29, 2023, Japan has lifted most of its coronavirus border controls, including a requirement that entrants show proof of three vaccinations or a pre-departure negative test within 72 hours of departure. After May 9, COVID-19 testing of entrants with symptoms will be voluntary.

Japan will also drop a special measure subjecting visitors from mainland China to random testing upon arrival. Japan's government also dropped its requests for mask wearing in March, leaving it up to each person's discretion. Mask wearing is only recommended now in crowded trains, hospitals and other public spaces, and near elderly and other vulnerable people.

What is the plan to handle risks when participating in a summer camp in Japan?

The Global Citizen strictly follows the Risk Assessment Management System of the Singapore Ministry of Education in planning and organizing any activities during the Japan Summer Camp 2024. Code of Conduct and Risk Management Guidelines and safety will be provided to faculty/instructors, staff and participating students.

In the event that a student is unable to participate in one or more program activities due to personal reasons, will the student get a refund for that activity?

In case students are unable to participate in program activities due to personal reasons, TGC will have to arrange personnel to manage to ensure the safety of students. In addition, costs for program activities have been paid to providers prior to summer camp, so no refunds will be given to students.