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Study Abroad Consultations from Former Exchange Students

2017-4-19 (Wed) - 2017-7-12 (Wed)

For those of you who have thought to yourself, "I want to hear about study abroad from someone with experience as an exchange student," we'll be holding study abroad consultation sessions during lunch! If you have an interest at all in studying abroad, we encourage you to come to one of these sessions!

There is no registration required for these sessions, so please come directly to the venue on one of the dates listed below.

Schedule for the spring and summer terms of the 2017-2018 academic year

• If there are any changes to this schedule, they will be displayed at the Center for International Education and Exchange office at the respective campus.

Toyonaka Campus

• Dates and Times:

April 21, April 24, May 8, May 15, June 5, June 12, July 3, July 10 (Each session on a Monday except for Friday, April 21) -- 12:00~13:00

• Venue:

Center for International Education and Exchange Office, Toyonaka Campus (2F, Student Center)

• Session Leader:

MURAYAMA Ayaka (4th year, School of Foreign Studies/has studied abroad at the University of California, Santa Barbara/recipient of the Gyomu Super Japan Dream Scholarship)

Minoh Campus

• Dates and Times:

April 19, April 26, May 10, May 17, June 7, June 14, July 5, July 12 (All sessions on Wednesdays) -- 12:00~13:00

• Center for International Education and Exchange Office, Minoh Campus (1F, B Wing)

• KUBO Ryota (4th year, School of Foreign Studies/has studied abroad at Texas A&M University (USA)/member of the 3rd class of Tobitate! (Fly Away!) Japan)

Organized by:

Former International Exchange Student Volunteers

With the Cooperation of:

The Center for International Education and Exchange; International Student Affairs Division, Department of International Affairs

Contact:

The Center for International Education and Exchange -- go-abroad(at)ciee.osaka-u.ac.jp (Please replace (at) with @ when contacting this address.

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