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August 27 (sat.) 12:00-17:40 (JST) / August 28 (sun.) 12:00-18:50 (JST)
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Browse & Search Participating Institutions

To see more information on institutions, click on the name.
Schools with the "Perks" icon offer special benefits to those who attend their live session.

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Live Sessions Schedule

How to attend live sessions

Live sessions will be held in English. Don't worry if you are not yet comfortable with Japanese, as you can hear explanations and ask questions in English.
On the day of the fair, the "Zoom Link" button will be accessible about 15 minutes before the start of the session. Click the "Zoom Link" button to enter the session.

*Click the "Time Table" button to see details of its live session schedule.

August 27 (Sat.)

12:00-13:00 (JST)
Ehime University
The University of Kitakyushu
Shigabunkyo Junior College
13:10-14:10 (JST)
Hiroshima University
Keio University
Kobe Institute of Computing Graduate School of Information Technology
Kyoshin Language Academy
14:20-15:20 (JST)
Kyushu University
Eikei University of Hiroshima
Hokuriku University
Osaka University of Economics
Atys International Academy
15:30-16:30 (JST)
Hirosaki University
The University of Electro-Communications
HOSEI University
Nagahara Academy
ARC Tokyo Japanese Language School
16:40-17:40 (JST)
Okayama University
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Joshibi University of Art and Design
ESP Educational Foundation
Hokkaido Japanese Language Academy Sapporo Main Campus

August 28 (Sun.)

12:00-13:00 (JST)
Hokkaido University
Nagasaki University
Nanzan University
Ryukoku University
Tokyo Kogakuin Japanese Language School
13:10-14:10 (JST)
Shizuoka University
Yokohama National University
University of Niigata Prefecture
Kyoto Minsai Japanese Language School
14:20-15:20 (JST)
Utsunomiya University
Osaka Metropolitan University
WASEDA University
International Student Study Kyoto Network
Shibuya Gaigo Gakuin
15:30-16:30 (JST)
Talk to students studying in Japan! (1) About Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarships
Talk to students studying in Japan! (2) Living in Japan and attending Japanese schools
Talk to students studying in Japan! (3) What to prepare before coming to Japan
16:40-17:40 (JST)
Nara Institute of Science and Technology
The University of Tokyo
Musashino University
Kyushu Eisu Gakkan Japanese Language School
Yokohama International Education Academy
17:50-18:50 (JST)
Ochanomizu University
Kyoto University of Foreign Studies
Rikkyo University
Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
Tokyo/Osaka Japanese Language Education Centers

After joining the live sessions, please answer the questionnaire. This result will be utilized for the activity of the improvement for the virtual fair. Your cooperation would be highly appreciated.

Live sessions are held via Zoom. Please see the Zoom Privacy Policy on how personal information is used in Zoom. At this fair, you will be deemed to have agreed to providing Zoom with your personal information by clicking the "Zoom Link" button.

STUDY in JAPAN Virtual Seminars

Learn about the basics of studying in Japan at seminars before attending live sessions.

Date & Time Description Language
Aug 17 (Wed.), 17:00–17:50 (JST) Employment in Japan Japanese Register
Aug 10 (Wed.), 17:00–17:50 (JST) Overview of studying in Japan Japanese Registration is closed.
Aug 12 (Fri.), 16:00–17:00 (MYT) Overview of studying in Japan English Registration is closed.
Aug 13 (Sat.), 10:00–12:00 (WIB) Overview of studying in Japan Indonesian Registration is closed.
Aug 13 (Sat.), 10:00–12:00 (ICT) Overview of studying in Japan Thai Registration is closed.
Aug 14 (Sun.), 10:00–11:30 (ICT) Overview of studying in Japan (for graduate studies) Vietnamese Registration is closed.
Aug 19 (Fri.), 16:00–17:00 (MYT) Overview of studying in Japan Chinese Register
Aug 20 (Sat.), 10:00–10:50 (KST) Overview of studying in Japan Korean Register
Aug 20 (Sat.), 10:00–12:00 (ICT) Scholarships Thai Register
Aug 20 (Sat.), 10:00–12:00 (WIB) Scholarships Indonesian Register
Aug 20 (Sat.), 11:00–11:50 (KST) Scholarships Korean Register
Aug 21 (Sun.), 10:00–11:30 (ICT) Scholarships Vietnamese Register
Aug 22 (Mon.), 17:00–17:50 (JST) Scholarships Japanese Register
Aug 26 (Fri.), 16:00–17:00 (MYT) Scholarships English Register

Why study in Japan?

A safe & secure living environment

Living in Japan offers peace of mind because of its low crime rate, reliable infrastructure, and solid health insurance system.

High-quality education at a better price

Japan offers world-class education but tuitions tend to be lower compared to other countries like the U.S. or U.K.

Career opportunities

Every year, Japanese companies hire more non-Japanese graduates who studied in Japan.
One benefit of studying in Japan is the relative ease of starting a career in Japan.

FAQ & Inquiries

How do I find the right school for me?
You can use the search function under "Browse & Search Participating Institutions." Select your desired field of study or program to narrow down your search results. We also recommend attending "Overview of studying in Japan" seminars run by JASSO staff members, where they talk about how to find the right school.
Can I join a Zoom live session after it has started?
You can join or leave any Zoom live session up until the end of the session. Please check the "Live Sessions Schedule" in advance to find a session you would like to attend.
Do I need special software or a camera to join a live session?
Live sessions are held via Zoom. If using a smartphone, you will need to download the Zoom app. A webcam is convenient for individual consultations, but not mandatory.
Can I watch videos of live sessions after the fair is over?
Live session videos will be uploaded to the JASSO YouTube channel. The videos will first be available only to registrants, and we recommend registering for this reason. Some parts will not be uploaded due to limitations of Zoom recordings, such as videos of breakout rooms. Moreover, some schools may not make recordings of their live sessions available, so it is best to attend in person the live sessions of schools you are interested in.
What is the difference between live sessions and seminars?
Live sessions are hosted by participating schools. This is where you can learn about matters specific to each school, such as its entrance exam or departments and faculties. You can ask the school's staff your questions directly using the Zoom Q&A function, and some schools even offer individual consultations. Live sessions are great for those who want to hear directly from a school or ask specific questions about studying at the school.
Seminars are hosted by JASSO staff members and offer general information about studying in Japan, such as how to find the right school, living in Japan and scholarships. This information is useful to obtain before attending live sessions. Please note that registration is required to attend seminars.

For all other inquiries, please use the below form.




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