Japanese Education Seminar 2014 today

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The Japanese Education Seminar 2014 will be held at the Anthurium Hall, Galadari Hotel, Colombo 1 on Saturday 20 September, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. This is the fourth successive seminar organised by the Embassy of Japan together with the Japanese Graduates Alumni Association of Sri Lanka (JAGAAS) and the Japan International Cooperation Centre (JICE) in order to assist students interested in obtaining an excellent university education in Japan that will become a launching pad for a bright future career. Admission to this seminar is free of charge. Representatives of a total of eight educational institutes in Japan, comprising of national and private universities as well as Japanese language schools will participate at this seminar. They are: International University of Japan, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (APU), University of Miyazaki, Yamaguchi University, I.C. Nagoya, Meros Language School, Ohara Japanese Language School and Yokohama Design College. Senior professors and administrative staff of these schools coordinating international study programs will provide detailed information to visitors about their prospectus, the special features and characteristics of their respective schools. Students and visitors will be provided with guidance on admission procedures, study courses, support systems and general student life in Japan. These universities provide high quality undergraduate and post graduate programs in English for international students, while these Japanese language schools provide diploma level certificate courses. The seminar will also provide information about the Monbukagakusho Scholarships awarded by the Government of Japan while members of JAGAAS will provide guidance to visitors in obtaining first-hand information about studying in Japan based upon their own experiences. This seminar is an excellent opportunity for students interested in obtaining a higher education in Japan. Japan warmly welcomes students from Sri Lanka to successfully pursue their studies in Japan and also expects them to appreciate and enjoy the beautiful country and its rich culture.