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Go Overseas at OU! -- An Introductory Orientation to Studying Abroad

2016-4-13 (Wed) - 2016-4-15 (Fri)

To those students interested in studying overseas,

We will be holding an orientation session that will introduce study abroad and overseas training programs that you can participate in during your time at OU, as well as counseling and support services for those interested in studying abroad.
On Wednesday April 13, 2016, Professor FUJITA of the Center for International Affairs, School of Engineering/Graduate School of Engineering, will speak about the purpose and merits of studying abroad, as well as give a message to those who may already be interested in studying in a foreign country.

Dates and Venues

Wednesday, April 13, 2016 -- 18:00-19:30 (Assembly Hall, Osaka University Hall, Toyonaka Campus)
Friday, April 15, 2016 -- 12:10-12:50 (Assembly Hall, Osaka University Hall, Toyonaka Campus)


Those students with an interest in studying abroad or doing an overseas training program, as well as those staff who are in charge of study abroad or overseas training programs are encouraged to attend.

Orientation Overview

• The purpose and effects of studying abroad
• "Why should OU students go abroad?" (4/13 only)
• Study abroad and overseas training programs
• Osaka University Foreign Exchange System
• Counseling and support services for studying abroad
• Foreign exchange courses
• IELTS on-campus tests and preparation courses
• Personal study abroad experiences
• Q&A session

Contact for this event

Center for International Affairs:
go-abroad(at) (please replace (at) with @ when contacting this address)

International Student Affairs Division, Department of International Affairs:

Related Links

• For students who want to study abroad through Osaka University: Support Programs for Osaka University Students studying abroad
Financial Aid for Studying Abroad
Osaka University Future Funds Globalization Support Project
Osaka University NewsLetter No. 65, No. 67

Stories of students who studied abroad through the Future Funds support system can be found in these volumes of the Osaka University NewsLetter.

MEXT Tobitate! [Fly away!] Study Abroad Program
Osaka NewsLetter No. 65, No. 68

Introductions of students chosen for Tobitate! Study Abroad from Osaka University can be found in these volumes of the Osaka University NewsLetter.


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