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Information Sessions Held on Studying Abroad at Undergraduate and Graduate Schools in the United States
On Monday, April 24, Thursday, 27, and Friday, 28, 2017, advisors from EducationUSA were invited, and information sessions on studying abroad at undergraduate and graduate schools in the United States were held at the English Lounges at the Kagurazaka, Katsushika, and Noda campuses. A total of 30 students participated at the three campuses and received worthwhile explanations about establishing a plan to study abroad in the future, such as on the educational system in the United States, the preparations that are necessary to study abroad, and the desired GPAs. Participants commented that they "started to realistically consider studying abroad," and that they were "determined to do more research on their own based on the research methods that they were taught in the session," indicating that their awareness was piqued. After the end of each of the sessions, there were active Q&A sessions, with many questions from the students.
We hope that these information sessions have provided support for students who are considering expanding their horizons abroad in the future.