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News · 28 May 2021
On 21 May 2021, Regional Office in Sub-Saharan Africa hosted a webinar to introduce Japanese Language and Culture. We have invited Ms. Subila Chilupula from Zambia as the day's sensei (teacher). She is currently studying at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, more on her can be read from her VOICE. She presented the basic pronunciation, various script types and cultural aspects of Japan. Also touching briefly on the similarities of Japanese language with the Bemba language! The lecture...

MEXT scholarship | Embassy Recommendation 2022
News · 19 April 2021
Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho: MEXT) Scholarship of Embassy Recommendation is now open for 2022. APPLICATION OPENS SEPARATELY BY EACH JAPANESE EMBASSY/CONSULATE. List below will be updated as the opening is officially announced. IMPORTANT POINTS TO NOTE Before inquiring the Japanese Embassy/consulate, please take a moment to read the basic eligibility thoroughly. MEXT scholarship is one of the few opportunities covering full expense hence very competitive in nature. Being eligible and...

Official Logo of Regional Office in Sub-Saharan Africa
News · 11 March 2021
We are delighted to officially announce the newly designed logo for the Study in Japan Global Network Project Regional Office in Sub-Saharan Africa. Some of you may have noticed in our social media since the end of last year. Our project, entrusted by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) has been operating for years and we have thought it is time to have our own distinctive logo. Logo design contest was held in Hokkaido University, where the Regional Office...

[Radio Podcast] Metro FM #MetroFMTalk
News · 25 February 2021
25 Feb 2021, Study Abroad Coordinator joined radio station in South Africa at Metro FM, #MetroFMTalk hosted by Bang' uMhlaba. Featured at #KultureTalk on how studying abroad can broaden the horizon for South Africans. The talk is now available on podcast at Metro FM. Click the button below to listen how the young South Africans can apply to universities in Japan.

Radio Guest | Spice FM in Kenya | FINAL Week 4
News · 24 February 2021
Study Abroad Coordinator is back on Spice FM for the FINAL week. Tune in to Spice FM to learn more about study in Japan! Focus today will be on post graduate studies. Radio station: Spice FM Time: 7AM (GMT+3) MISSED THE SHOW? No worries, you can listen to it on-demand from the link below.

Radio Guest | Spice FM in Kenya | Week 3
News · 17 February 2021
Study Abroad Coordinator is back on Spice FM for the third week! Mr. Eugene Wanyama from Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (APU) will be joining us once again. Tune in to Spice FM to learn more about APU and study in Japan! Radio station: Spice FM Time: 7AM (GMT+3) MISSED THE SHOW? No worries, you can listen to it on-demand from the link below.

Radio Guest | Spice FM in Kenya | Week 2
News · 10 February 2021
Study Abroad Coordinator will be back on Spice FM Tune in at 7AM EAT (GMT+3) and learn more about Study in Japan. Joining us is a Kenyan who is heading to Japan in near future! Radio station Spice FM MISSED THE SHOW? No worries, you can listen to it on-demand from the link below.

Radio Info | Metro FM South Africa
News · 04 February 2021
If you are.... - South African high school student - Waiting for matric result - Up for a challenge to learn new culture WHILE you study 2021 October admission are open in many universities in Japan! Learn more on how to #studyinJapan by tuning in at 6:40am SA time (GMT+2)! Morning Flava at Metro FM #LifeAfterMatric

Radio guest | Spice FM in Kenya | Week 1
News · 03 February 2021
Study Abroad Coordinator Ms. Daimon will be guest at Spice FM Tune in at 7AM EAT (GMT+3) and learn more about Study in Japan. Joined by Mr. Eugene Wanyama, faculty member at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (APU) Radio station Spice FM MISSED THE SHOW? No worries, you can listen to it on-demand from the link below.

News · 04 October 2020
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