On October 7, 2018, in Hanoi, The Japan Alumni of Vietnam in cooperation with the Japan Student Services Organization under the Ministry of Education and Science of Japan successfully organized the 15th Seminar on Japanese Education which named “The Study in Japan Fair 2018”.
This Seminar is one of the annual activities that show the cooperation between Japan and Vietnam in the field of education with the active participation in holding of the Japan Alumni of Vietnam. The Seminar was supported by the Embassy of Japan and many agencies under the Ministry of Education and Training of Vietnam, and major universities in Vietnam.
The Board of Executives of Japan Alumni of Viet Nam takes pictures with the delegates
Guests attending fair are Mr Bui Van Linh – Deputy Director General of Department of Student Affairs, Ministry of Education and Training (MOET), Mr Can Viet Anh – Vice President of Hanoi Union of Friendship Organizations (HAUFO), Ms Ngo Minh Thuy – President of Japan Alumni in Viet Nam, Ms Nguyen Thi Thuy Ha – Expert of the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET), Mr Nguyen To Chung – Deputy Chief of the management board of the National Foreign Languages Teaching Program by 2020 (MOET), Mr Nguyen Anh Tuan – Deputy Director of Department of Science and Technology – Hanoi , Mr Pham Xuan Tien – Deputy director of the Hanoi Education and Training Department (HANOI DOET), Ms. Anahawa Yoko – Embassy of Japan in Vietnam, Mr. Ando Toshihiko – Director of Japan Cultural Exchange Center in Vietnam, Mr. Ohki Takahito – Vice President of Student Support Organization of Japan (JASSO).
Ms Ngo Minh Thuy- President of Japan Alumni of Viet Nam at the opening ceremony
Ms. Anahawa Yoko – Embassy of Japan in Vietnam
Mr Nguyen To Chung – Deputy Chief of the management board of the National Foreign Languages Teaching Program by 2020 (MOET)
In recent years, the Seminars have brought together more than 80 universities, colleges and educational institutions in Japan with foreign enrollment. By 2018, there are 83 universities participating the Seminar. The establishment of the Representative Office of the Japan Student Services Organization in Vietnam since March 2017 has shown great interest of the Ministry of Education and Science of Japan to the selection and training of Vietnamese students at universities, colleges and educational institutions in Japan.
Ms. Than Thi My Binh shared her study abroad experience
Mr. Luu Viet Anh introduces study programs in Japan
Experience sharing in the JASSO 2018 Fair
With the active participation of The Japan Alumni of Vietnam, the number of students and pupils participating in the Seminar has increased year by year, the number of participants in 2018 reached more than 1708 students and pupils in Hanoi. That are the students and high school pupils who have a wish to study in Japan to approach to an advanced education and a unique culture of the country of the Sunrise. At the Seminar, students, pupils, their parents and other interested people will be introduced to the Japanese education system, the study program in Japan, the Japanese government scholarship program, exchange information related to the training program, enrollment, scholarships. In particularly, they will have the opportunity to meet and be directly consulted from representatives of 90 universities, colleges, Japanese language and vocational training schools coming from Japan.
The university enthusiastically advises the students
The Board of Executives and members of Japan Alumni of Viet Nam
The seminar succeeded in bridging the dream and reality of studying in Japan of thousands of Vietnamese students, pupils and parents, especially in the context of diplomatic relations between the two countries developing very well through 45 years of establishment.