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Study in Japan on a New Colombo Plan Scholarship for Australian Students(AEST 18:00)

GMT7:00-7:30JST16:00-16:30

CET8:00-8:30WIB14:00-14:30

Join a member of staff at the Australian Embassy for a seminar on the New Columbo Plan, an initiative of the Australian Government to foster Australian alumni with deeper Indo-Pacific knowledge, capabilities and connections. The seminar will focus on the types of Undergraduate study abroad programs, internships, and other opportunities available through this program as well as give insights into the application process. There will also be a live Q&A session where seminar participants can learn more about how the New Colombo Plan is relevant to them.

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

GMT9:00-9:30JST18:00-18:30

CET10:00-10:30WIB16:00-16:30

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.

Opportunity to Study in Japan for Indonesian Students on an IISMA Scholarship

GMT7:30-8:00JST16:30-17:00

CET8:30-9:00WIB14:30-15:00

This seminar focuses primarily on the Indonesian International Student Mobility Awards (IISMA) which is a scholarship program managed by the Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education (LPDP) as part of the Government of Indonesia to fund Indonesian students for mobility programs at top international universities. Undergraduate students can spend one semester (4-6 months) at an overseas partner university to experience the host country's culture and undertake practical classes and learning experiences to hone their skills. During this seminar, attendees will be able to learn more about IISMA, the requirements for the program and how the application is structured. There will also be a Q&A session.

Q&A Session with Students

GMT9:30-10:00JST18:30-19:00

CET10:30-11:00WIB16:30-17:00

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.

Working in Japan - Disco Inc.

GMT8:00-8:30JST17:00-17:30

CET9:00-9:30WIB15:00-15:30

Despite the vast economic changes seen worldwide in recent years, the demand for labour in Japan remains high. As the country continues to globalise at an accelerated pace, companies are looking to recruit more international talent to support their ever-evolving business strategies. In this seminar Kiko Hill of DISCO Inc., an HR consulting company specialising in Japanese-English bilingual recruitment, will provide an overview of the employment opportunities available in the country and discuss how to go about forging a successful career there.

JET Programme- Embassy of Japan in the UK(GMT 10:00)

GMT10:00-10:30JST19:00-19:30

CET11:00-11:30WIB17:00-17:30

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. This seminar is hosted by the UK JET office and targeted at UK candidates. Those from other countries are recommended that they contact the Japanese Embassy in their home countries for application procedures. Application for the 2023 UK programme will be closed on Monday 21 November.Those who have queries on the further process of 2023 and those considering the 2024 programme are both welcome to attend this seminar.

Study-in-Japan Seminar for Indian Students(IST 14:00)

GMT8:30-9:10JST17:30-18:10

CET9:30-10:10WIB15:30-16:10

Navigating scholarships and study abroad programs that correspond to your personal needs and background can be difficult. In this seminar which is tailored and curated specifically towards Indian students, learn directly from program advisors and students who have experience working with Indian applicants about their experiences. Hear from a coordinator at The University of Tokyo India Office, a representative from the Embassy of Japan and a student who studied abroad for themselves at Keio University. The seminar will include a live Q&A chat, so bring your questions and find out more about what it would be like for you to study in Japan.

The Importance of Study Abroad: An Introduction to the Turing Scheme(GMT 10:30)

GMT10:30-11:00JST19:30-20:00

CET11:30-12:00WIB17:30-18:00

Even as the pandemic has widened the realm of opportunities for online cultural exchanges, it has also revealed how vital face-to-face communication is in people’s lives. Studying abroad in person does more than broaden one’s career horizons; it also equips students with lifelong intercultural skills. This is why the Turing Scheme exists: to allow students to equip themselves and be active members of global society. Presented by Keio University’s Vice-President, Motohiro Tsuchiya, and the British Council’s Director for Japan, Matthew Knowles, this seminar is aimed at emphasizing the importance of study abroad for students in the United Kingdom, demonstrating why Japan is an essential international partner, and providing information about funding opportunities through the Turing Scheme.

Study in Japan on a New Colombo Plan Scholarship for Australian Students(AEST 18:00)

GMT7:00-7:30JST16:00-16:30

CET8:00-8:30WIB14:00-14:30

Join a member of staff at the Australian Embassy for a seminar on the New Columbo Plan, an initiative of the Australian Government to foster Australian alumni with deeper Indo-Pacific knowledge, capabilities and connections. The seminar will focus on the types of Undergraduate study abroad programs, internships, and other opportunities available through this program as well as give insights into the application process. There will also be a live Q&A session where seminar participants can learn more about how the New Colombo Plan is relevant to them.

Opportunity to Study in Japan for Indonesian Students on an IISMA Scholarship

GMT7:30-8:00JST16:30-17:00

CET8:30-9:00WIB14:30-15:00

This seminar focuses primarily on the Indonesian International Student Mobility Awards (IISMA) which is a scholarship program managed by the Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education (LPDP) as part of the Government of Indonesia to fund Indonesian students for mobility programs at top international universities. Undergraduate students can spend one semester (4-6 months) at an overseas partner university to experience the host country's culture and undertake practical classes and learning experiences to hone their skills. During this seminar, attendees will be able to learn more about IISMA, the requirements for the program and how the application is structured. There will also be a Q&A session.

Working in Japan - Disco Inc.

GMT8:00-8:30JST17:00-17:30

CET9:00-9:30WIB15:00-15:30

Despite the vast economic changes seen worldwide in recent years, the demand for labour in Japan remains high. As the country continues to globalise at an accelerated pace, companies are looking to recruit more international talent to support their ever-evolving business strategies. In this seminar Kiko Hill of DISCO Inc., an HR consulting company specialising in Japanese-English bilingual recruitment, will provide an overview of the employment opportunities available in the country and discuss how to go about forging a successful career there.

Study-in-Japan Seminar for Indian Students(IST 14:00)

GMT8:30-9:10JST17:30-18:10

CET9:30-10:10WIB15:30-16:10

Navigating scholarships and study abroad programs that correspond to your personal needs and background can be difficult. In this seminar which is tailored and curated specifically towards Indian students, learn directly from program advisors and students who have experience working with Indian applicants about their experiences. Hear from a coordinator at The University of Tokyo India Office, a representative from the Embassy of Japan and a student who studied abroad for themselves at Keio University. The seminar will include a live Q&A chat, so bring your questions and find out more about what it would be like for you to study in Japan.

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

GMT9:00-9:30JST18:00-18:30

CET10:00-10:30WIB16:00-16:30

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.

Q&A Session with Students

GMT9:30-10:00JST18:30-19:00

CET10:30-11:00WIB16:30-17:00

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.

JET Programme- Embassy of Japan in the UK(GMT 10:00)

GMT10:00-10:30JST19:00-19:30

CET11:00-11:30WIB17:00-17:30

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. This seminar is hosted by the UK JET office and targeted at UK candidates. Those from other countries are recommended that they contact the Japanese Embassy in their home countries for application procedures. Application for the 2023 UK programme will be closed on Monday 21 November.Those who have queries on the further process of 2023 and those considering the 2024 programme are both welcome to attend this seminar.

The Importance of Study Abroad: An Introduction to the Turing Scheme(GMT 10:30)

GMT10:30-11:00JST19:30-20:00

CET11:30-12:00WIB17:30-18:00

Even as the pandemic has widened the realm of opportunities for online cultural exchanges, it has also revealed how vital face-to-face communication is in people’s lives. Studying abroad in person does more than broaden one’s career horizons; it also equips students with lifelong intercultural skills. This is why the Turing Scheme exists: to allow students to equip themselves and be active members of global society. Presented by Keio University’s Vice-President, Motohiro Tsuchiya, and the British Council’s Director for Japan, Matthew Knowles, this seminar is aimed at emphasizing the importance of study abroad for students in the United Kingdom, demonstrating why Japan is an essential international partner, and providing information about funding opportunities through the Turing Scheme.

EXPERIENCE JAPAN
EXHIBITION 2022 Online

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Introducing study and research opportunities in Japan

EXPERIENCE JAPAN EXHIBITION 2022

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EXPERIENCE JAPAN
EXHIBITION 2022 Online

Instroducing study and research opportunities in Japan

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