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Welcome party for foreign students and visiting research fellows

Updated June 01, 2006

A welcome party for foreign students, visiting research fellows and their families of the Faculty of Science and Technology was held at the forum room at the top of the House of Creation and Imagination, Yagami Campus, on May 12, 2006. It was hosted jointly by Hiyoshi Nihon-go Club of Keio Fujin Mita-kai (Keio University Alumnae Association) and Keio Welcome Net.

More than 100 people including supporting organizations and university staff members participated in the party, enjoying a spectacular view over Yokohama. Everybody enjoyed the party as well as lunch session, promoting friendship among them. They appreciated the opportunity, although it was just between 12:00 noon and 13:30.

Alumnae of Keio University comprise the above mentioned two organizations, Keio Fujin Mita-kai and Keio Welcome Net, respectively. These organizations are providing various kinds of support activities for foreign students, visiting research fellows and their families, as follows:

Keio Fujin Mita-kai holds:
・"Nihon-go Club," an informal and friendly gathering where you receive Japanese lessons and information useful for your stay in Japan.

Keio Welcome Net provides:
・Consultancy and assistance for your daily life in Japan

Together with foreign students and their families

Together with foreign students and their families

Activities of Keio Welcome Net and "Nihon-go Club" were introduced by photos, including Japanese lessons and Japanese traditions such as calligraphy, flower arrangement and Kimono.

International students got together

International students got together

Consultancy and assistance for daily life

Consultancy and assistance for daily life

Together with supporting organization staff members and Prof. Inasaki, Dean of the Faculty of Science and Technology

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