EXPERIENCE JAPAN EXHIBITION 2020

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ONLINE SEMINARS

Cultural relations, trust and opportunities - British Council

GMT9:00-9:40JST18:00-18:40

Using the work of the British Council as an example, this lecture will focus on the mutuality at the heart of effective cultural relations activity. We will explore the benefits of people-led exchanges between countries, and the advantages these can offer in an increasingly competitive global marketplace.

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Working in Japan - Disco Inc.

GMT9:50-10:20JST18:50-19:20

There has never been a better time to think about a career in Japan, as companies are looking to recruit more international talent to support their increasingly global business strategies. In this seminar, Bill Kurata of Disco Inc., a HR Consulting Company with expertise in the Japanese market, will provide an overview of the employment opportunities available in the country and discuss how to go about forging a successful career abroad.

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UK JET Programme - Embassy of Japan in the UK

GMT9:10-9:40JST18:10-18:40

The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme is a Japanese Government sponsored programme aiming to improve foreign language teaching in Japanese schools and to promote international understanding. Each year more than 100 people from the UK are selected to participate in the programme, with the majority working as Assistant Language Teachers in state schools throughout the country. The JET Programme is a fantastic way to experience living and working in Japan. Please join this session to find out more about the Programme and how to apply next year.

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Study in Japan Basic Introduction - JASSO

GMT9:50-10:20JST18:50-19:20

Today I would like to give you the basic information (From planning to enrollment, scholarships, Academic fees, Living cost, Employment, etc.) on study in Japan. We hope that your studies in Japan Prove fruitful.

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Q&A Session with Students

GMT9:10-9:40JST18:10-18:40

What is it like to study abroad in Japan? How are the programs offered by Japanese universities? What is life like in Japan? In this Q&A session, two non-Japanese students and a Japanese student will share their experiences and honest opinions. Join us to find out what you would like to know most about being a student in Japan.

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Conducting Research in Japan - The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

GMT9:50-10:20JST18:50-19:20

In this session the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) will provide information on postgraduate funding opportunities in Japan and advice on conducting research at Japanese universities/research institutions. An UK alumnus of JSPS’s international programmes will give a talk about their experiences of living and working in Japan, as well as provide tips on building networks with Japanese researchers.

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Cultural relations, trust and opportunities - British Council

GMT9:00-9:40JST18:00-18:40

Using the work of the British Council as an example, this lecture will focus on the mutuality at the heart of effective cultural relations activity. We will explore the benefits of people-led exchanges between countries, and the advantages these can offer in an increasingly competitive global marketplace.

RESERVATION

UK JET Programme - Embassy of Japan in the UK

GMT9:10-9:40JST18:10-18:40

The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme is a Japanese Government sponsored programme aiming to improve foreign language teaching in Japanese schools and to promote international understanding. Each year more than 100 people from the UK are selected to participate in the programme, with the majority working as Assistant Language Teachers in state schools throughout the country. The JET Programme is a fantastic way to experience living and working in Japan. Please join this session to find out more about the Programme and how to apply next year.

RESERVATION

Q&A Session with Students

GMT9:10-9:40JST18:10-18:40

What is it like to study abroad in Japan? How are the programs offered by Japanese universities? What is life like in Japan? In this Q&A session, two non-Japanese students and a Japanese student will share their experiences and honest opinions. Join us to find out what you would like to know most about being a student in Japan.

RESERVATION

Conducting Research in Japan - The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

GMT9:50-10:20JST18:50-19:20

In this session the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) will provide information on postgraduate funding opportunities in Japan and advice on conducting research at Japanese universities/research institutions. An UK alumnus of JSPS’s international programmes will give a talk about their experiences of living and working in Japan, as well as provide tips on building networks with Japanese researchers.

RESERVATION

Working in Japan - Disco Inc.

GMT9:50-10:20JST18:50-19:20

There has never been a better time to think about a career in Japan, as companies are looking to recruit more international talent to support their increasingly global business strategies. In this seminar, Bill Kurata of Disco Inc., a HR Consulting Company with expertise in the Japanese market, will provide an overview of the employment opportunities available in the country and discuss how to go about forging a successful career abroad.

RESERVATION

Study in Japan Basic Introduction - JASSO

GMT9:50-10:20JST18:50-19:20

Today I would like to give you the basic information (From planning to enrollment, scholarships, Academic fees, Living cost, Employment, etc.) on study in Japan. We hope that your studies in Japan Prove fruitful.

RESERVATION

EXPERIENCE JAPAN
EXHIBITION 2020 Online

© Keio University

Introducing study and research opportunities in Japan

EXPERIENCE JAPAN EXHIBITION 2020

ONLINE EVENT HALL

EXPERIENCE JAPAN
EXHIBITION 2020 Online

Instroducing study and research opportunities

©︎ Keio University