During the Japan-India Annual Summit Meeting held on 29 December 2009, Prime Ministers of the two countries emphasized on the importance of bilateral exchanges at various levels.
Under this recognition, a Study in Japan Fair is being organized, on 11th January, 2010 (Monday), Sadbhavana Bhawan, Daulat Ram College, Delhi University, from 2 pm to 6 pm, in order to strengthen and promote exchange of students between Japanese and Indian educational and technical institutions.
The fair is sponsored by the University of Tokyo, and supported by the Mombusho Scholars Association of India (MOSAI) and the Embassy of Japan, New Delhi.
13 major Japanese universities will participate in this event.
Many Japanese universities have degree courses which offered fully in English and the foreign students can Bachelors, Masters, and PhD degrees without language barriers. The study in Japan Fair is to provide individual consultations, which will be available in their respective stalls/booths for face-to-face counselling on all aspects of studying in their institutions.
The Study in Japan Fair presents a good opportunity for those seeking higher education in Japan. Comprehensive information on these study opportunities will be available at the Fair.