YouTube Live Information Session 2018 was over. Thank you very much for your interest and participation. The Session is now available on YouTube as an archived video.
What opportunities does it offer?
How is life at Keio University?
These and more questions will be answered by representatives of the GIGA Program during a live information session utilizing YouTube Live (real-time streaming) on November 28th.
Students, their parents, teachers, and school counselors are encouraged to fire their questions at Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus (SFC)’s faculty members, who will not only introduce the GIGA Program to you directly but also answer anything you would like to know about SFC’s outstanding curriculum, university life as well as prospective career opportunities.
We hope you will take this opportunity to learn about the many facets of the Keio experience at first-hand and get an idea of what SFC has to offer for your academic and campus life.
- Date and time
Wednesday, November 28th, 2018 8:00-9:00 p.m. (GMT+9)
– Information session presented by:
Professor Tatsuya Hagino (Chair of the GIGA Program)
Professor Tatsuma Wada (Faculty of Policy Management)
Professor Miki Akiyama (Faculty of Environment and Information Studies)
Professor Rodney Van Meter (Faculty of Environment and Information Studies)
– Student Life at SFC given by upperclassmen
– Q&A Session
The professors and upperclassmen will answer your questions. If you would like to know more about the GIGA Program or Keio University, feel free to write your questions when you sign up. (The Professors will mainly be addressing questions submitted prior to the session, but they will also accept questions from the chat box during the session as long as time permits.)
- How to participate
Please sign up! —including any questions that you would like us to address during the session—by accessing the website below.
- YouTube Live URL
Office of International Affairs at Shonan Fujisawa Campus, Keio University
Email: apd-global [at] sfc.keio.ac.jp
Please replace “[at]” with “@” in the email address before sending out the email.