About NUN Schools Camps

With NUN Camps, we offer students a chance to discover themselves, be in touch with nature, make new friendships, develop their language skills and experience an international and multicultural environment.

In our summer and winter camps, held at NUN Schools Beykoz Campus, we implement activities focused on "sustainable living", "life skills development", "development of social leadership skills" amid nature. As a result, students experience the thrill of being alive while seeking information in the air, water, earth and forests.

Students gain many skills and capabilities during the camps, such as cooperation, competition, empathy, respect, trust, compassion, fairness, endurance, analyzing, critical thinking, time management, and creative problem-solving.

NUN camps enable students between the ages of 6-8 and 8-10 to connect with nature. The natural sciences course helps students see the balance in nature while increasing their knowledge of its components. Every student understands crucial global issues such as "protecting the environment" and "the effective and sustainable use of natural resources" by learning about them on-site and with examples.

On the other hand, we work with students between the ages of 11-14 to transform their existing knowledge and skills into scientific activities. Students realize their cognitive, sensory and psychomotor developments by "doing-living" and not by verbal or visual transfers.


In addition, we organize NUN Digital Schools with programs consisting of different field modules. In the programs, each course composes a module, and each module contains another branch.

We offer a wide range of content from sustainable life to technology, from science to sports, with programs that focus on developing various skills at the same time with different modules. Students may choose modules according to their interests. Students participating in the program receive their certificates at the end of the courses.

With NUN Camps, we aim to support students' personal development in areas of interest and help them discover their skills and capacities. At the same time, we aim to provide information about university courses for students who will make an undergraduate choice.