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IUJ is participating in the International Higher Education Summit & Student Fair in New Delhi, India

Event: International Higher Education Summit & Student Fair (INDIA)
Date:  April 29, 2018   
Time:  Student Fair  11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Venue:  Hotel Leela (1, CBD, Maharaja Surajmal Road, Near Yamuna Sports Complex, Delhi – 110032)

=== IUJ: Where the World Gathers! ===

IUJ is participating in the International Higher Education Summit & Student Fair by Uni Agents in New Delhi, India on April 29, 2018.
Please come to see us at the IUJ booth of the Student Fair to know more about IUJ: Where the World Gathers!

UNI AGENTS:
https://www.uniagents.com/

PDF version of the event schedule:
>>>student fair

We greatly appreciate if you would fill the IUJ Application Form in advance.

Contact:
Office of Admissions and Career Support (OACS)
International University of Japan (IUJ)
E-mail: contact@iuj.ac.jp

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International University of Japan (IUJ) was established in 1982 as the first graduate school in Japan which all courses are taught in English.  About 360 students representing 60 countries and regions study together in two graduate schools of Graduate School of International Relations (GSIR) and Graduate School of International Management (GSIM) taught by diverse faculty, and live together on campus.  The total number of IUJ’s alumni network is more than 4,000 in 122 countries and regions now. From February 2018, the Graduate School of International Management (GSIM), IUJ has proudly obtained accreditation from AACSB International, the world’s leading authority on quality assurance of business schools.

A new two-year master’s program “Japanese Development Program”:
http://www.iuj.ac.jp/20180327/

IUJ brochure is available at:
http://www.iuj.ac.jp/admission/request/iujbe/

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The IUJ Info. Session in Tokyo on Saturday, August 25, 2018

 

Event: Info. Session for Prospective Applicants (at IUJ Tokyo Office, Japan)
Date: Saturday, August 25, 2018
Time: PM 2:00  –  PM 4:00
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>*
13:30- Reception will be started.
14:00- Greetings
14:05- IUJ DVD show
14:10- Explanation about IUJ, Master’s programs of the GSIM & GSIR, and Admissions & Scholarship Info.
14:50- Break
15:00- Alumni’s Experiences at IUJ
15:15- Q & A / (Private Inquires)**
(16:00) Close

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

<Location>
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>
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 contact@iuj.ac.jp.

<Contact>
Office of Admissions and Career Support (OACS)
International University of Japan (IUJ)
E-mail: contact@iuj.ac.jp
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.)

2nd IMC Networking Event – a global gathering

The second IMC Networking Event took place on March 13th 2018 on the campus. Like the first one held in spring, the objective of the networking event is to provide a platform for Graduate School of International Management (GSIM) students to learn more about each other from a professional perspective. Each one of the GSIM students has valuable experience that they can share about their company, industry, and country from which they come. Such diversity is what makes IUJ unique, and International Management Council (IMC) wants to ensure that GSIM students can capitalize on the rich experience that our student body possesses. In addition, GSIM alumni also participated as a guest speaker. Similarly to the current students in IUJ, the alumni have rich experience from all over the world. They shared their knowledge of working and job hunting in Japan.

The networking event is primarily for the students, hosted by the students. Diarietou Gueye and Rose Ottowo, second-year students, shared their expectation, challenges, and take-away from their internship experience in Japanese companies over the summer break. They talked about the importance of searching for a company that can be a good fit for the student while looking for an internship as well as the importance of making a good impression in the environment that will host them considering the cultural differences. The talks given by the senior students inspired the first-year students to consider future internship opportunities.

In addition, Andy Laver, an alumnus, graduating GSIM in 2004 gave a talk on essential knowledge needed for job hunting in Japan. This was from the perspective of an IUJ alumnus who knows the strength of IUJ students and a professional head hunter who knows the job market in Japan. With his unique working experience in Indonesia and Japan, Andy talked about the practical methods that optimize online profiles for job hunting with efficient self-assessment. He emphasized that IUJ students should not discount their diverse experience on the IUJ campus.

The main networking session started with the opening remarks from GSIM Dean Wenkai Li. The 61 participants from both schools, GSIM and Graduate School of International Relationship (GSIR), shared their own background and expertise with one another. Some of the students who have roughly more than five-years working experience participated as “anchors”, and led the discussions.
Given much positive feedback from the participants in the event, IMC will host yet another networking event on 13th May 2018, dovetailing on the excitement brought on by IUJ’s Open Day. We, IMC, believe that the networking event will be a valuable platform where current students and alumni interconnect over the world.

The article of the first IMC Networking Event is available at
http://www.iuj.ac.jp/20170530/

The Networking Event Team of IMC, Mariam, Zoubeir, Kuma, and Aki.

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