Offering the best in Japanese education
REPRESENTATIVES from 27 Japan universities and eight Japanese language institutions will gather at Hall 4 of PWTC, Kuala Lumpur on Dec 14 and 15 for the Facon Education Fair 2013 Incorporating Postgraduate Studies.
Prospective students are invited to come and get a look at the higher education opportunities in Japan.
Apart from obtaining information on various programmes offered by universities and Japanese language institutions, students will be able to get clarification on matters such as visa procedures, information on application of scholarships, lectures, tutorials, extra-curricular activities or even daily Japanese lifestyle from university staff who are at the Facon Education Fair, one of the largest fairs in Malaysia.
Experienced counsellors will be on hand to explain and clarify matters pertaining to the Japanese education system and way of life. Advice and clarification on scholarships and tuition fee reduction schemes can also be obtained through these friendly counsellors.
Prospective students who are interested to study in Japan who have yet to decide what course to pursue or which universities to attend can attain answers to their questions at the Study in Japan Pavilion at the fair.
In July 2008, Japan has announced the “Framework of the 300,000 International Students Plan” whereby the Japanese government will take various measures to attract and accept 300,000 international students from all over the world to study in Japan by 2020.
Since then, the Japanese government has been working closely together with relevant government agencies, Japanese universities and other institutions of higher learning in Japan to implement systematic policies to disseminate a consistent package of information on studying in Japan.
The Study in Japan Pavilion at Facon Education Fair is expected to generate even greater publicity for the plan. Japan offers this choice of technological advancement in all fields of study plus the added value of traditional Japanese culture and hospitality.
Academic presentations on Study in Japan will also be available during the fair.
For inquiries, contact the Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) Malaysia office at 03-2287 0812 or visit www.studyinjapan.org.my/.