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[Today!!] SFC Pre-Online Open Campus 2021 event is held!

Faculty Round-Table Talk ”What’s SFC actually like?” (in English) 

 
Date and Time: 1:00 p.m.-1:50 p.m. on June 18, 2021 (Fri.) (JST)
“What’s SFC actually like?” Faculty members from the Faculty of Policy Management and Faculty of Environment and Information Studies will be answering your questions in a real-time round-table talk! We will be accepting your questions via the YouTube Live chat function, so feel free to join the talk.
Presenter:
■Prof. Tatsuma Wada, Faculty of Policy Management【Research fields: Economic Theory, Economic Statistics, Economic Policy 】
■Prof. Tatsuya Hagino, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies 【Research fields: Software Science (Programming Language, System Software, Web Technology)】
■Prof. Miki Akiyama, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies【Research fields: Applied Health Science】

Round-Table Talk by Current SFC Students “THIS IS SFC!” (in English)

Date and Time: 2:15 p.m.-3:00 p.m. on June 18, 2021 (Fri.) (JST)

Current SFC students from the Faculty of Policy Management and Faculty of Environment and Information Studies will be answering your questions in real-time!
“Why did you choose SFC?” “What’s so great about SFC?” and other questions that only current students can talk about!
Presenter:
■Ms. Batdelger Oyumaa (4th year, from Mongolia) 【Research fields: Finance and International Relations】
■Mr. An Viet (3rd year, from Vietnam) 【Research fields: Architecture Design, as well as Information Technology to utilize Computation Ability in Architecture Design】
■Ms. Rania Manayra Arjanti (2nd year, from Indonesia) 【Research fields: Project Management and Solution Design through Behavioral Sciences】
■Mr. Lin Lucent (2nd year, from Taiwan)【Research fields: Applications of Mixed Reality to Integrate Construction Designs】
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Archived videos of the SFC Pre-Online Open Campus 2021 event

On June 18th 2021, live sessions were streamed for the SFC Pre-Online Open Campus. You can still watch the archived videos.

Faculty Round-Table Talk ”What’s SFC actually like?” (in English) 

 
“What’s SFC actually like?” Faculty members from the Faculty of Policy Management and Faculty of Environment and Information Studies will be answering your questions in a real-time round-table talk! We will be accepting your questions via the YouTube Live chat function, so feel free to join the talk.
Presenter:
■Prof. Tatsuma Wada, Faculty of Policy Management【Research fields: Economic Theory, Economic Statistics, Economic Policy 】
■Prof. Tatsuya Hagino, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies 【Research fields: Software Science (Programming Language, System Software, Web Technology)】
■Prof. Miki Akiyama, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies【Research fields: Applied Health Science】

Round-Table Talk by Current SFC Students “THIS IS SFC!” (in English)

https://youtu.be/lCbU9FmMDRQ

Current SFC students from the Faculty of Policy Management and Faculty of Environment and Information Studies will be answering your questions in real-time!
“Why did you choose SFC?” “What’s so great about SFC?” and other questions that only current students can talk about!
Presenter:
■Ms. Batdelger Oyumaa (4th year, from Mongolia) 【Research fields: Finance and International Relations】
■Mr. An Viet (3rd year, from Vietnam) 【Research fields: Architecture Design, as well as Information Technology to utilize Computation Ability in Architecture Design】
■Ms. Rania Manayra Arjanti (2nd year, from Indonesia) 【Research fields: Project Management and Solution Design through Behavioral Sciences】
■Mr. Lin Lucent (2nd year, from Taiwan)【Research fields: Applications of Mixed Reality to Integrate Construction Designs】
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Messages from an international student of the GIGA Program Vol.3

(1) How did you learn Japanese?

(2) What was the cost of getting set up to study in Japan?

(3) What would you say to students thinking about studying in Japan?

(4) What is the best thing about living in Japan?

(5) What made you choose the school and department you applied to?

(6) What is the most appealing aspect of studying in Japan?

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