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29.Sep.2021

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“This is a must-see for those who wish to go on to higher education in Japan!” October 16th LIVE Streaming from Popular University and Vocational School!

To those of you who are looking forward to coming to Japan,do you know what Japanese universities and vocational schools are like? ISI Japanese Language School has prepared an opportunity for you to know about Japanese university and vocational school online. The event is divided into two parts, and it is free of charge. Please feel free to join us.

 


Part 1: LIVE Streaming from the University

This is a live webcast from Chuo University, a prestigious university known as G-MARCH.There are many excellent professors in each faculty and department, and many of them have solid achievements in their respective fields such as law, economics, science and engineering. You may even be able to hear the voices of staff and students at Chuo University! Please join us as if you were a university student in Japan.

Part 2: LIVE Streaming from the Vocational School

TBL is a vocational college of the ISI group, and we will be offering a campus tour and interviews with current students. How much Japanese do you need to be able to enter a Japanese university or vocational school directly? What can you learn and what kind of career path can you pursue? These and other questions about studying in Japan will also be introduced.


This live will be held by ZOOM (cloud-based video conferencing service). You can also join from your smartphone, so why not make the most of your time and prepare for your studies? In addition, there will be time for individual consultations, so please feel free to join us.(Registration is required in advance.)

Part 1: Let’s take a look at a Japanese university! What is Chuo University like?

Chuo University is famous for its large number of students who have passed the bar exam and CPA.It is also famous as a university where it is easy to obtain qualifications, with a building dedicated to the study of national qualifications called the ”炎の塔(Honoo-no-Tou)”. We will bring you the campus life of the university LIVE. You will also have a chance to ask questions directly to the university staff.

October 16 (Sat) 11:00-12:00

Language: Chinese
※The language spoken in the live will be Chinese. Please be careful when applying for the live.

 

Time Contents
11:00~11:15 Guide from the nearest station to the campus
11:15~11:30 Campus tour and facility information
11:30~11:40 Interviews with university representatives and current students (a chance to hear about the appeal of Chuo University)
11:40~11:50 Information about going to university in Japan
11:50~12:00 Q&A session

*Please note that the schedule for the day is subject to change.

Part 2: Let’s take a look at a Japanese vocational School! What is TBL like?

This will be LIVE streaming from the ISI Group’s vocational school, which boasts a high qualification acquisition rate and job offer rate. TBL trains students to be active on the front lines as interpreters in the business and medical fields, and also provides excellent support for international students. We will cover campus life at the vocational school as well as the application process.

October 16 (Sat) 14:00-15:00

Language: English or Chinese
※The language spoken in the live will be English or Chinese. Please be careful when applying for the live.

Time Contents
14:00~14:15 Campus tour and facility information
14:15~14:30 Information about Japanese Vocational Schools and University (ISI Japanese Language School’s Group Schools)
14:30~14:45 Interviews with current students (a chance to hear about the appeal of vocational schools in Japan)
14:45~15:00 Information about ISI Japanese Language School

※Please note that the schedule for the day is subject to change.

ISI Japanese Language School Regional Manager

Aya Hattori (Born in Japan, Streaming Language : English)

  • Counselled over 800 students.
  • Previous work experience : An area manager of an English language school
  •  Supported Visa applications on behalf of students from more than 20 countries and helped issue visas successfully.
  •  Hobbies: learning Spanish on her own in her free time

ISI Japanese Language School Regional Manager

Shi Wen (Streaming Language:Chinese)

  • Graduated from Shanghai International Studies University. “After working for the Chinese branch of a Fortune Global 500 Japanese company, she is now working in Japan.
  • Sending out “seasonal” information such as information about studying and working in Japan, campus life, and living in Japan mainly through SNS!
  • Accurate support for students living abroad and in Japan, from enrollment inquiries to visa applications

Please select the event and apply from the form below.
Application Form
*You will be informed a link for a webinar on ZOOM via email.

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