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Watch Waseda’s promotional video “Catch Your Dream”
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Watch Waseda’s promotional video “Catch Your Dream”

Tue, Dec 19, 2017
Watch Waseda’s promotional video “Catch Your Dream”
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“Catch Your Dream! Study in Japan – Waseda University” is a TV program that introduces the University from the perspectives of its international students. The TV program was broadcast between October and November 2017 in various Asian countries, including Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand and Taiwan.

For those who have missed the TV program or live in countries where it was not broadcast, the full and short versions below have been uploaded for the public to watch. The full version (49 minutes long) comes with selectable English, Indonesian and Traditional Chinese subtitles, and the short version (7.5 minutes long) with English and Indonesian subtitles.

“Catch Your Dream! Study in Japan – Waseda University” – Full version (selectable English, Indonesian and Traditional Chinese subtitles)

“Catch Your Dream! Study in Japan – Waseda University” – Short version (with English subtitles)

“Catch Your Dream! Study in Japan – Waseda University” – Short version (with Indonesian subtitles)

The mid-term project Waseda Vision 150 of Waseda University aims to take in at least 10,000 international students by 2032 to promote internationalization on campus. At present, more than 7,000 international students are enrolled in the University’s undergraduate and graduate programs. As part of the Waseda Vision 150, the University has made and broadcast the above TV program,  “Catch Your Dream! Study in Japan – Waseda University,” in Asia, hoping to reach out to more international students. The program is also supported by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications of Japan in promoting Japan overseas.


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