��What is it like to work in the Embassy?��
Seminar for Japanese Students at the Embassy of Japan
17:30-19:30, Friday 13 February 2009
13 Jan 09
The Embassy of Japan is pleased to announce that it will be holding a seminar, ��What is it like to work in the Embassy?�� This is designed to provide an opportunity for Japanese students studying in the United Kingdom to get in touch with the variety of work the Embassy deals with. All speakers are Embassy staff on the front line; they include experienced diplomats, a young female diplomat and a regional specialist with fascinating episodes of their own. An informal reception with members of the Embassy will be held afterwards. We welcome all Japanese students interested in the work of the Embassy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, other Japanese government ministries and agencies as well as international relations as a whole. Please do come along and have a close look at your Embassy!
[Date and Time] 17:30-19:30 Friday 13 February 2009 (Door opens at 17:00)
[Venue] Embassy of Japan
[Eligibility] Japanese nationals only
[Registration] Please email your full name, date of birth, email address and the name of the institution you are attending, by 12pm, Wednesday 11 February at the latest, to firstname.lastname@example.org, with ��Seminar for Japanese Students (registration)�� as the subject. A confirmation email will be sent upon receipt. Space limited, early application recommended.
[Notes for registered seminar attendees]
Please bring your passport with you.Without this you may be refused entry. Due to the capacity.