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【International University of Japan(IUJ)】Open Campus on May 13
IUJ will hold the Open Campus on Saturday, May 13, between 11:00am and 3:00pm. You can look around campus and town, talk with students and meet faculty member(s) individually. In addition, there will be the International Festival (School Festival) by IUJ students between 2 pm and 6 pm (tentative).
Please join this special event and feel the IUJ EXPERIENCE! Your friends and family are also welcome!
For more detail of the Open Campus, please see the news page which is available at:
For the International Festival:
Office of Admissions and Career Support
International University of Japan (IUJ)
In addition to academic support the Office of Student Services also offers students assistance with the following:
Application support for visa, status of residence, alien registration, health and accident insurance.
Support desk for Japanese government scholarship students
Provision of information for all enrollees
Pre-course orientation (provision of information on living and studying on campus and in Japan)
Assist with accommodation support – student dormitory, apartment etc.
Issuance of student ID, student discount card and verification of scholarship.
Student health management
Support for extra curricular activities on and off campus
Internship and job hunting support
Strengthening of alumni networks etc.
The Office also helps students with information regarding insurance, licenses and other things not provided in the above list of direct services. Students can also come to seek advice on private or personal matters.
IUJ offers detailed and thorough career support to each and every student looking for a job or internship. This includes individual consultations, various workshops and career related classes, and events with faculty and IUJ alumni. Students can also get help with writing an English resume to be sent off to companies and organizations, and to upload onto an Online Resume Bank. In addition, IUJ holds On Campus Recruiting every year between the middle of January and the middle of February, during which time HR personnel from various companies are invited directly to the campus to hold company explanation sessions and employment interviews for job and internship positions.
The GSO-EC, a multinational committee elected every year by ballot, organizes and runs various events aimed at enriching the student life of IUJ students, such as the International Festival, IUJ Olympics, and Ski Competition. The committee also supports various club activities and all students, family, faculty and staff are welcome to join the various clubs, which include basketball, soccer, volleyball, badminton, iaido, yoga, finance and photography.
The UONUMA Association for Multicultural Exchange holds an UMEX Salon every Saturday from 1pm to 3pm at the IUJ Student Dormitory.
While the Salon revolves mainly around exchange students having Japanese lessons with Japanese conversation partners, UMEX also offers programs organized by Japanese exchange advisors, beginner Japanese classes, beginner English classes, multicultural understanding workshops, presentations by exchange students about their home countries, Japanese culture classes, and an official document translation service project for exchange students and other foreigners living in the area. The UMEX Salon also organizes bus tours and, as you would expect in a region famous for rice production, rice-harvesting tours.