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Japan Education Fair 2013 (Thailand)

As of October 7, 2013

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JASSO held Japan Education Fair 2013 (Thailand) as described below.

1. Objective

This Fair is designed to provide Thai students and educators with up-to-date and correct information about the Japanese higher education and research by the participating institutions and organizations 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. Venue, Dates, and Number of Participants

(1) Chiang Mai:
The Imperial Mae Ping Hotel
(153 Sridonchai Road, Chang Klan, Chiang Mai 50100, Thailand)
August 30 (Fri.) 2013
Number of Participants: 791

(2) Bangkok:
Bangkok Convention Centre at CentralWorld
(999/99 Rama 1 Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand )
September 1 (Sun.) 2013
Number of Participants: 2,324

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Venue
Study in Japan Consultation

3. Audience

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

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4. Sponsors and Supporters

(1) Sponsors:Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO)
OJSAT: Old Japan Students' Association, Thailand

(2) Supporters:
Embassy of Japan in Thailand
Consulate-General of Japan in Chiang Mai

(3) Cooperation
The Japan Foundation, Bangkok

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5. Program, Service, and Responsibility of Exhibitors

(1) Reference service and distribution of brochures
Exhibitors showed reference materials and distributed school catalogs and brochures


(2) Individual consultation
Universities and colleges participating in the Fair gave advice to people who intend to study in Japan concerning their educational system, educational programs, admission procedures, and characteristics, etc. and also provided information about the future partnership between Japanese and Thai universities. Other exhibiting organizations provided information about their programs for consultation.


(3) Seminar
Video presentation for studying in Japan by JASSO, Explanation of Japanese Government Scholarship by Embassy of Japan in Thailand, and so on.

6. Exhibitors (Universities, Professional Training Colleges, Japanese Language Institutions and others)

(1) Chiang Mai: 43
(2) Bangkok: 81

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