The E-mail Newsletter for International Students in Japan- Bringing the benefits of networking to former, current and prospective students -
Introducing JASSO Scholarship information, invitation program, Japan Education Fairs, the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU)
Life in Japan by Photo
What are your favorite spots in Japan?
- Introduce the lives and memorable photos of international students
Introduce Japanese seasons by photo
Introduce news related to international students and student experiences!
- News on international students
Introduction of former international students
Introduction of current international students
Introduction of prospective international students
Introduction of Japan Alumni Associations, Windows of Alumni, JASSO Public Facilities to Access Information on Study in Japan
Introduction of Programs for former international students (what Japanese universities or other institutions are doing)
Introduce scholarships, grants, unique efforts by universities, and more!
Provide information related to job hunting for current international students and graduates!
- Job Hunting Event Information
Job Hunting Reports from Former International Students
Convenient Job Hunting Information
Why not try traveling throughout Japan?
- Famous places, events, and cuisine from around Japan
Introduce information about current hot topics in Japanese society and living situations and useful information pertaining to Japan!
- NIPPON Time Machine
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