Success for second Experience Japan Exhibition


Following the resounding success of last year's event, the Experience Japan Exhibition was back for a second year. On Saturday 17 November 2012, Keio University hosted the "Experience Japan Exhibition 2012" at the Royal Society, London. Around 450 people participated in the event, which was co-hosted by the British Council and attended by 18 leading Japanese universities.

This event aimed to stimulate interest in Japan and provide information about both study and other opportunities to experience Japan. Due to the efforts of the Japanese Government’s “Global 30” project, the number of studying opportunities in Japan where students can study in English has been increasing.

Eighteen leading Japanese universities provided information on their programmes. Information was also available on the various scholarships and research funding available, and the exciting seminar line-up offered participants the chance to hear firsthand experiences of studying, working and living in Japan.

In addition, the seminar programme allowed visitors to enjoy a session by Professor Yoshihito Watanabe, Vice-President of Nagoya University, and the chance to hear directly from people with experience of living, studying and working in Japan.

Official event photos and videos will be posted on the event website as soon as they are available.

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