Sept to Dec 2021 Webinars

25th Sept to 11th Dec 2021

The COVID Pandemic is not stopping students who are keen to study in Japan! Along with 7 Japanese language schools, 2 Vocational Schools, and 7 Universities, we expanded more recommended schools to students who are clueless on which school to pick by hosting free online webinars!

IMG_0967 2.HEIC

Sofitel Singapore City Centre

11th January 2020

At our last in-person seminar before COVID, we hosted 24 students and expanded to a bigger meeting room!


29th May to 12th June 2021

This time our webinars not only catered to students who are looking for Undergraduate English programs, but also Master's, and courses in Japanese Language Schools and Vocational Schools! There was something for everyone. Over the span of 3 weekends, we held online information sessions with 6 Japanese Language Schools, 8 Universities and 1 Vocational School in Japan! It was a huge blast!


Sofitel Singapore City Centre

7th December 2019

All slots were filled up during this seminar! We had 21 students and we are definitely honoured. 


Anime Festival at Suntec Convention Centre

29th Nov to 1st Dec 2019

We joined the Anime Festival knowing that everyone there are avid fans of Japan! We met and spoke to more than 100 students and it is by far one of our biggest milestones in this programme.

iss Japanese Uni Poster.jpg

ISS Japanese University Fair

14th September 2019

We represented Tokyo International University at the ISS Japanese Universities Fair in Sept 2019! During this, we shared many advices on studying in Japan as educational consultant as well.


Sofitel Singapore City Centre

17th August 2019

We decided to move our seminars to Sofitel Singapore City Centre. At our first seminar there, we hosted 13 students!


Bunka Japanese Language School

18th June 2019

There were 10 students who turned up for our 2nd seminar and we are grateful for all the feedback to make us better!


Hougang Japanese Language School

24th May 2019

Our first seminar was held in Hougang Japanese Language School as the students there have expressed great interest in studying in Japan. As this is our first seminar, we were thankful that we had 4 students who turned up!