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JASSO held Japan Education Fair (Indonesia) described below.


1. Sponsors:

Association of International Education, Japan (AIEJ)
Perhimpunan Alumni Dari Jepang (PERSADA)

2. Supporter:

Embassy of Japan in Indonesia

3. Venue City:

Jakarta

4. Dates:

June 22 (Sat.)-23 (Sun.), 2002

5. Venue:

Balai Sidang Jakarta Convention Center (Address: Jl. Jend. Gatot Subroto, Jakarta)

6. No. of Visitors:

5,152 (previous Fair: 3,549)

7. Events

(1) Booth Consultation
Date: June 22-23
Time: 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (both days)
Venue: Balai Sidang Jakarta Convention Center
No. of Booths: 29 (24 universities, 2 Japanese language institutions, Embassy of Japan in Indonesia, PERSADA, and AIEJ)

 

(2) General Orientation
Dates: June 22-23
Time: 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (both days)
Venue: Balai Sidang Jakarta Convention Center
Master of Ceremony: Hadi Susilo Arifin, Ph.D. (Lecturer, Bogor Agricultural University; graduate of Okayama University)
Panelists: Maksum Radji, Ph.D. (Dean, Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia; graduate of Nara Institute of Science and Technology)
Mu'man Nuryana, Ph.D. (Lecturer, Faculty of Economics, Bina Nusantara University; graduate of Nihon University)
Pipin Haelani (Representative, Japan Educational Information Center, Jakarta, AIEJ)
Manabu Horie (Executive Director, Information Center, AIEJ)

8. Most Frequently Asked Questions

(1) Booth Consultation
· Scholarship programs (Monbukagakusho scholarships, scholarships available prior to arrival to Japan, etc.)
· Graduate school studies (finding an academic advisor, research student programs, etc.)
· Courses taught in English
· Universities that accept applications from overseas
· Methods and time needed for learning Japanese
· School selection
· Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students: EJU (content, application method, etc.)
· Studying at vocational schools, Japanese language schools
· Housing, part-time jobs

(2) General Orientation
· Application procedure for Monbukagakusho scholarships
· Finding an academic advisor for graduate school studies, research student programs
· Methods and time needed for learning Japanese
· Life in Japan

9. Overview

Marking the tenth time the Japan Education Fair was held in Indonesia since the first one in 1989, this year's gathering bustled with numerous visitors on both days. The total turnout of 5,152 visitors was the largest ever, and represented an addition of 1,600 visitors over last year's Fair. The use of the same convention center as last year's fair can be considered one of the reasons behind the increase in attendance, as the location is easily accessible even for high school students, and as visitors now seem to associate the center with the site of the fair.
Most of the visitors were locals-university and high school students, and parents and guardians from Jakarta-but similar to last year, there was also a significant turnout of visitors from such distant locations as Bandung and Surabaya.
As in previous fairs, many of the visitors' questions concerned scholarships, and Japanese embassy's booth was flooded with visitors seeking detailed information on Japanese Government Scholarships.
A large number of the visitors to AIEJ's booth had inquiries about the Examination for Japanese University Admission (EJU), which started to be administered this year. Given the strong interest in EJU in Jakarta, there is a need for AIEJ to respond by providing more information related to the examination.
The university booths received a broad range of queries. Students seeking to study at a graduate school wanted to know how they could search for a research advisor, while students at universities holding exchange partnerships with Japanese universities asked for information on those exchange programs. Visitors also sought details on such things as entrance examinations and major subjects.
As was the case last year, several booths ran out of materials for distribution because of the unexpected increase in attendance.

10. Participating Institutions: 24 universities (including junior college) and 2 Japanese language institutions

National Universities: 11
(1) Tohoku University
(2) Gunma University
(3) Chiba University
(4) The University of Electro-Communications
(5) The University of Tokyo
(6) Niigata University
(7) Shinshu University
(8) Gifu University
(9) Nara University of Education
(10) Kagawa University
(11) Miyazaki University

Private Universities (including junior college): 13
(1) Kanda University of International Studies
(2) Chuo University
(3) International Christian University
(4) Kokushikan University
(5) Nihon University
(6) Senshu University
(7) Takushoku University
(8) Tokyo University of Agriculture
(9) Waseda University
(10) Nanzan University
(11) Osaka University of Economics and Law
(12) Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
(13) Hakuho Women's College

Japanese language institutes with preliminary courses authorized by Monbukagakusho: 2
(1) Asian Students Cultural Association
(2) Shinjuku Japanese Language School