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[Study Abroad] Spring Study Abroad Fair on April 19th & 20th @ International Conference Center


2019 Spring Study Abroad Fair  

Friday, April 19, 12:00-17:00
Saturday, April 20, 10:30-17:00

  • Venue: International Conference Center, Waseda Campus (Next to the Central Library)


  • Booth for Individual Consultation and Presentation

Friday, April 19, 13:00-17:00/Saturday, April 20, 11:00-17:00

On the day of the fair, you can get individual advice from staff of overseas partner universities (about 30 universities), staff of governmental organizations responsible for education (embassies, etc.), staff of Center for International Education and undergraduate/graduate school offices, study abroad student advisors who are former study abroad students, and more. Please feel free to stop by and ask questions. There will also be presentations introducing the programs offered by each partner university!


  • Introduction to Waseda’s Study Abroad Programs

Friday, April 19/Saturday, April 20; Held once a day

There will be a presentation on study abroad in general, such as the characteristics and system of study abroad programs of Waseda University. Especially recommended for freshmen. We will also be having an interactive event between former study abroad students and students who have yet to go study abroad, so it will be a great opportunity for you to give it a lot of thought!


  • Briefing Session on Long-term Study Abroad Program Application Guidelines

Friday, April 19/Saturday, April 20; Held once a day

This is a comprehensive session on application procedures, mainly for students who are thinking of studying in Oceania, South Korea, or South America starting February to March of next year for a duration of one year, and for students who wish to study for one semester starting this summer or fall. It is also for those thinking about studying overseas for a year while enrolled at Waseda University. There will be talks about points to make note of when applying, and loads of information on available scholarships, so if you have even remotely considered studying abroad on a long-term basis, you shouldn’t miss it!


  • You won’t need language test scores! Briefing Session of Short/Medium-Term Programs

Friday, April 19/Saturday, April 20; Held once a day

This is for students who want to participate in language focused study abroad during summer holidays, fieldworks, internship-type programs, medium-term one semester language focused study abroad. Many of the programs do not require language proficiency (TOEFL-iBT® scores or other language requirements to participate), making it easier for you to apply.


  • Personal Experiences of Study Abroad Student Advisors

Friday, April 19/Saturday, April 20; Held once a day

Center for International Education’s volunteer group “Study Abroad Student Advisors” is a group of students who have experience studying abroad in Waseda University’s programs for one or more semesters. After listening to stories of students who have studied abroad, you are bound to become more familiar with it, and will get a better image of yourself studying overseas!


  • Seminar on “How to make the most of study abroad” by an outside firm (Benesse)

Held once on Saturday, April 20

A presentation by Benesse on matters such as “Why it is necessary to go study abroad” and “How to make the most of a study abroad experience in one’s career.” There will also be a testimonial by a Waseda University student who studied abroad using the Tobitate! (Leap for Tomorrow) Study Abroad Initiative scholarship. The testimonial will be on how to make good use of “Tobitate! “and study abroad experiences.

We are very much looking forward to your participation!

Center for International Education

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