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Announcement of “ISI Online International Exchange Meeting”

The world is never far away, but much closer at hand.

ISI group holds regular events where students can freely interact with international people on various themes.

International students and Japanese students who interested in international exchange will deepen their understanding of each other through the exchange.

In the Corona pandemic, ISI’s online events have become a firm fixture, with 100% participant satisfaction every time!

This time online international exchange meeting was planned in the hope of providing international students who are taking online Japanese classes in their home countries and are waiting to enter Japan with an opportunity to interact with Japanese students.

ISI Online International Exchange Meeting


You can choose from Japanese, English, or Chinese, whichever language you prefer.


Through the exchange, you can experience different cultures and deepen your international understanding.


It's a great way to meet people from all over the world.

ISI Group Students, Invitees, Japanese Students

7/24 (Sat) 15:30~16:30

8/11 (Wed) 13:30~14:30

8/28 (Sat) 11:00~12:00

①7/24 (Sat) 15:30~16:30
Theme: “Food Culture” ~Let’s talk about our favorite foods!

②8/11 (Wed) 13:30~14:30
Theme: “Tourist Attractions” ~Let’s talk about places we want to travel!

③8/28 (Sat) 11:00~12:00
Theme: “Subculture” ~ Let’s talk about your favorite anime and manga!

Cloud-based video conferencing service “Zoom” is used. A separate communication fee will be charged for this service, so we recommend that you use it in a location with a Wi-Fi environment.

Organized by: ISI Global Education Research Institute
IISI Japanese Language School, TOKYO BUSINESS and LANGUAGE COLLEGE, NAGANO BUSINESS and LANGUAGE COLLEGE, ISI International Institute Study Abroad Center,Beijing Language and Culture University,Tokyo College (designated by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology as a foreign university in Japan), Yourturn student group