As of March 6, 2013

JASSO held Japan Education Seminar 2012 (Myanmar) as described below.

1. Objective

This seminar is designed to provide Myanmar students and educators with up-to-date and correct information about the Japanese higher education and research in order to help the students select an appropriate school and achieve their academic pursuits, thereby promoting study in Japan.

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2. Country, Dates and Number of Participants

Photo of Japan Education Seminar 2012 in Myanmar_Entrance

Myanmar

(1) Yangon:
February 16 (Sat), 2013
The Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry
(No.29 Min Ye Kyawswa Road, Lanmadaw Township, Yangon, Union of Myanmar)
Number of Participants : 150

(2) Mandalay:
February 17 (Sun), 2013
Human InteracTion Operations Center
(Conner of 12th & 80th Street, Mandalay, Union of Myanmar)
Number of Participants : 35

3. Audience

High school and university students wishing to study in Japan, and educational administrators

Photo of Japan Education Seminar 2012 in Myanmar_Hall

Photo of Japan Education Seminar 2012 in Myanmar_Seminar

4. Sponsors

(1) Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO)
(2) Embassy of Japan in Myanmar
(3) Myanmar Association of Japan Alumni (MAJA)

5. Program

Yangon:
(1) Orientation on study in Japan
(2) Presentation on Japanese Embassy’s support programs for study in Japan
(3) Presentation by participating universities: Hokkaido University / Kokushikan University / Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
(4) Presentation on study experience by former students in Japan
(5) Questions and answers session
(6) Others

Poster for Japan Education Seminar 2012 in Myanmar

Mandalay:
(1) Orientation on study in Japan
(2) Presentation on Japanese Embassy’s support programs for study in Japan
(3) Presentation by participating universities: Hokkaido University / Kokushikan University / Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
(4) Questions and answers session
(5) Others


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