As of October 3, 2012

JASSO held Japan Education Fair 2012 (Inter-University Exchange Program: Europe) as described below.

1. Objective

The Fair is designed to provide international exchange programme administrators attending the 24th EAIE (European Association for International Education) Annual Conference with information about participating Japanese universities, as well as to promote networking among exchange partner universities and institutions through exchanges with the conference participants and active participation in the conference.

2. Country (City), Venue, Dates and Number of Participants

Ireland (Dublin)
The Convention Center Dublin
(Spencer Dock, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1, Ireland)
September 12 (Wed.) – September 14 (Fri.) 2012
Number of Participants: 488 (Visitors to Study in Japan Booth)

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3. Audience

Educational administrators participating in the 24th EAIE Annual Conference

4. Sponsor and Supporter

(1) Sponsor: Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO)
(2) Cooperation: European Association for International Education (EAIE)
(3) Supporter: Embassy of Japan in Ireland

5. Content of the Fair

(1) Individual consultation
In the stand of “Study in Japan”, the participants give advice to conference attendees concerning their educational system, educational programmes, and admission procedures, etc., and provide consultation about the future partnership in order to promote international exchange of students and institutions.

(2) Providing information
In the JASSO stand, the participants provide brochures, prospectus, and syllabi etc., and broadly introduce the Japanese universities to conference attendees.

(3) Exchange information
The participants join in the workshops and the sessions of the conference, and transmit and collect information actively.

6. Participating universities: 13 universities

(1) National: (8)
Iwate University, Tohoku University, Chiba University, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Ochanomizu University, Kyoto University, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Okayama University

(2)Public: (1)
Tokyo Metropolitan University

(3)Private: (4)
J. F. Oberlin University, Gakushuin Women's College, Nanzan University, Seinan Gakuin University


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