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The IUJ Info. Session in Tokyo on Friday, June 8, 2018


Event: Info. Session for Prospective Applicants (at IUJ Tokyo Office, Japan)
Date: Friday, June 8, 2018
Time: PM 7:00  –  PM 9:00
Location: IUJ Tokyo Office
 IUJ was established in 1982 as the first graduate school in Japan which all courses are taught in English (except Japanese language courses).  More than 4,000 alumni from 123 countries and regions work or continue to study Ph.D. course, etc. around the world.  On IUJ campus, about 360 students from 60 countries and regions study and live together on campus.  In February 2018, Graduate School of International Management proudly obtained accreditation from AACSB International.

Please attend this session for your interest in applying for 2019 academic year or in the near future.  It will be nice chance to know more about IUJ and meet some alumni (or current students) in Tokyo.

<Tentative Schedule>*
18:30- Reception will be started.
19:00- Greetings
19:05- IUJ DVD show
19:10- Explanation about IUJ, Master’s programs of the GSIM & GSIR, and Admissions & Scholarship Info.
19:50- Break
120:00- Alumni’s Experiences at IUJ
20:15- Q & A / (Private Inquires)**
(21:00) Close

*It may be changed depending on the number of participants.
**We welcome private inquires for 15 minutes per person.

IUJ Tokyo Office (Harks Roppongi Bldg.2F, 6-15-21 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032 Japan)
Pleasce print out the location MAP.

<How to apply>
1) Application Form
2) Please inform us of your name, phone number, contact address, current working place or university, and program(s) in which you are interested via email
Application Deadline: June 5 (Tue)

Office of Admissions and Career Support (OACS)
International University of Japan (IUJ)
Phone: 025-779-1104
FAX: 025-779-1188
(Please note that this event is for Residents of Japan or those who already have plans to come to Japan.)

Professor Tomohito Shinoda’s book was published

Professor Tomohito Shinoda’s book was published.

Encyclopedia on American Culture ​[​Chapter 18-2 “U.S. P​r​esident and Military”​ by Tomohito Shinoda]​
The J​a​panese Association of American Studies
Tomohito Shinoda

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Associate Professor Naoko Kumagai’s book was published

Associate Professor Naoko Kumagai’s book was published.

​​Routledge Handbook of Japanese Foreign ​Policy​ [Chapter 21 “​Gender Equality in Japan: Internal Policy Processes and Impact, and Foreign Implications under Prime Minister Abe’s Womenomics” by ​Joyce Gelb and Naoko Kumagai]​

​Mary M. McCarthy

Naoko Kumagai
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