Study in Japan Global Network Project in ASEAN



Okayama University was appointed to implement the “Study in Japan Global Network Project in ASEAN” by the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) in 2019. Our aim is to increase the number of international students from ASEAN 1.5 times in five years.

Okayama University was assigned to conduct the project “Coordinator for Study in Japan (Myanmar)” by MEXT in 2014 in order to double the number of students from Myanmar in five years. "Coordinator for Study in Japan (Myanmar)", was renamed the "Study in Japan Global Network Project in ASEAN” in 2018 to expand the target area to all of ASEAN.

As of July 2020, we are working to achieve our goal through three locations in ASEAN: Yangon and Mandalay, in Myanmar, and Bangkok, Thailand.

Okayama University continues to support and advise ASEAN students and teachers who wish to study in Japan with the knowledge and experience we’ve accumulated in Myanmar as well as the resources of the Consortium of Six National Universities in Japan (SixERS*) and other relevant organizations.

*SixERS: Chiba University, Niigata University, Kanazawa University, Nagasaki University, Kumamoto University, and Okayama University



Study in Japan Regional Office in ASEAN

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Organized Study in Japan events

Study in Japan FairStudy in Japan Fair
Held for ASEAN / over 5,500 participants in 2021AY

Job FairJob Fair
Held in Yagon, Myanmar
About 1500 visitors in 2019

Career SeminarCareer Seminar
Follow-up from the entrance of studying in Japan / to the exit of employment

Academic SeminarAcademic Semianr
Introduction of the research at universities in Japan and individual consultation by professors

Japan SeminarJapan Seminar
Seminar for Japanese learners or those interested in Japanese culture

Disseminate information on Study in Japan


Individual consultations with Study in Japan Coordinator


Disseminate information via Facebook and SNS


Advice on how to find a supervisor


Information on scholarships, Japanese universities or institutions


Monthly articles in local education magazines


Distribute “Student Guide to Japan” booklet in Myanmar, Lao and Khmer languages