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EVENT DATE : 2022.06.18

Study in Japan Webinar ~Let’s Ask Seniors!~

  • Malaysia
  • Seminar
  • Online

We will hold the “Study in Japan Webinar ~Let’s Ask Seniors!~” for those who wish to study in Japan from Malaysia, their parents or family to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the Look East Policy Between Malaysia and Japan.
This webinar will be hosted by Study in Japan Global Network Project in ASEAN, Alumni Look East Policy Society (ALEPS), and Okayama University International Alumni Association (OUIAA) Malaysia Branch, with the cooperation of Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) Malaysia Office.


  • Date and Time: Saturday 18th JUNE 2022, 10:00-11:30 (Malaysia Time)

  • Venue: Online (Zoom)

  • Participation Fee: FREE of charge

  • Hosts and Cooperator:

    • [Hosts] Study in Japan Global Network Project in ASEAN, Alumni Look East Policy Society (ALEPS), Okayama University International Alumni Association (OUIAA) Malaysia Branch

    • [Cooperator] Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) Malaysia Office

  • Program:

    1. Introduction of Study in Japan
      [Speaker] Assoc. Prof. Eiko USHIDA, Discovery Program for Global Learners, Okayama University

    2. Campus Life Experience Talk by current Malaysian students in Japan

    3. Career Pass Information Sharing
      [Speaker] Mr. Hsamsul Haq Bin Md Noh, Chief Operation Officer, Edaron Otomobil National Berhad (EON)

    4. Study in Japan, Scholarship information session by JASSO Malaysia Office

    5. Q&A session


▼Registration from here!
https://contact.schoolynk.com/application/?formId=6254c26151eaf500137ef972

▼Webpage of The 40th Anniversary of the Look East Policy - Embassy of Japan in Malaysia
https://www.my.emb-japan.go.jp/itpr_en/LEP40.html

▼About The Look East Policy (adapted from the website of the Embassy of Japan in Malaysia)
Since the Malaysian government adopted the Look East Policy (LEP) in 1982, aiming at social and economic development in Malaysia through learning from Japan, over 26,000 promising Malaysian youth have come to Japan for study and training. They have been active in the frontlines in various fields back in Malaysia, playing an important role as a bridge to connect the two countries.

Under the cooperation between the two governments, the fruit of the LEP is not just limited to Malaysians who study in Japan. It has expanded to include development of infrastructure and human resource and resulted in Malaysia’s economic growth and prosperity.

The 40th anniversary is a great opportunity to publicize the significant roles the LEP has played and to encourage the Japanese and Malaysians to go hand-in-hand toward the future in promoting their mutual understanding and friendly cooperation in various fields.


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