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Study Abroad in Japan Brown Bag Seminar

For current students interested in Japan - Come learn about opportunities and scholarships to study in Japan at our "Study Abroad in Japan Brown Bag Seminar".
Bring your lunch.  Refreshments will be provided.
Hear what former international students have to say about their experiences as foreign students in Japan.  They will address such questions as:
1. Why study in Japan?
2. What are the opportunities and how can I learn more?
3. How can I use this experience in my future career?
Presenters:
Prof. Karen Wigen, Dept. of History, Stanford UniversityMs. Tianlin Meng, Stanford University - studentMs. Meagan Shinbashi, Stanford University - studentDr. Satoshi Kabasawa, Osaka UniversityMr. Anthony Johnson, Waseda UniversityMr. Steven Goldman, Consulate General of Japan in San Francisco
Presented by the Consulate General of Japan in San Francisco and the Bechtel International Center, Stanford University
For more information on overseas scholarships, please visit our website.

  • Contact Diane Murk at dmurk@stanford.edu
  • For advising appointment, if you are interested in applying and if you have any questions.

Details

When:

Wednesday, January 25, 2017. 12:00 PM

Where:

Bechtel International Center, Conference Room, 1st Floor

Sponsor:

Bechtel International Center

Contact:

650.725.0881
jsage@stanford.edu

Admission: