As of December 1, 2014
JASSO held Japan Education Fair 2014 (Republic of Korea) as described below.
This Fair is designed to provide Korean 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.
2. Venue, Dates and Number of participants
BEXCO (Busan Exhibition & Convention Center)
( #55 APEC-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan, Republic of Korea )
September 13 (Sat.) 2014 10:00-16:00
Number of Participants: 1720
SETEC (Seoul Trade Exhibition Center)
( 3104, Nambusunhwan-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea）
September 14 (Sun.) 2014 11:00-17:00
Number of Participants: 2360
High school and university students wishing to study in Japan, and educational administrators
4. Organizer and Supporters
(1) Organizer :
Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO)
The Association for the Promotion of Japanese Language Education
National Association of Vocational Schools of Japan
Metropolitan Tokyo Professional Institution Association
Korean Japanese Association
Center of Korea-Japanese Exchange, Busan
Embassy of Japan in Korea
Consulate-General of Japan in Busan
The Japan Foundation, Seoul
5. Program, Service and Responsibility of Exhibitors
(1) Reference service and distribution of brochures
Exhibitors shall show reference materials and distribute school catalogs and brochures.
(2) Individual consultation
Universities and colleges participating in the Fair shall give advice to people who intend to study in Japan concerning their educational system, educational programs, admission procedures, and characteristics, etc. and also provide information about the future partnership between Japanese and Korean universities. Other exhibiting organizations provide information about their programs for consultation.
Video presentation for studying in Japan by JASSO, Explanation of Japanese Government Scholarship by Embassy of Japan in Korea, and so on.
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