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Update January 30, 2015

CASC Education Fair opens at Central Festival

Krit Thanawanit (4th left), Deputy Governor of Chiang Mai was the guest of honor and chairperson during the opening of the CASC Education Fair 2016 at Central Festival Chiang Mai. Nitit Maneechak (2nd left), database manager at Central Festival Chiang Mai welcomed all guests of honor for the event which was held to bring 12 leading Education Institutes from China, plus an additional 50 networking organizations to provide advance education strategies at the 1st floor of Central Festival Chiang Mai on January 26, 2016.

Update January 2, 2015

Japanese speech contest and job fair on January 30 at UNISERV

The 11th annual Northern Thai Universities’ Japanese Speech Contest will be held on January 30, 2016 on the first floor of the University Academic Service center (UNISERV) at Chiang Mai University. There will also be a Japanese Job Fair for those interested in learning more about job opportunities in Japan.

In addition to the speech contest and job fair there will be a Study Abroad seminar hosted by JASSO and consultation meetings about Japanese scholarships with the Consulate General of Japan in Chiang Mai. More than 20 Japanese universities and companies will have booths at the event that is open to all students free of charge.

The events have been organized by the Old Japan Student‘s Association Kingdom of Thailand Northern office (OJSATN), Japan Student Service Organization (JASSO) and Northern Thai University Consortium for Japanese Language- Japanese Studies along with the Japanese Consulate General in Chiang Mai. plan to organize The 11st Northern Thai Universities’ Japanese Speech Contest, JASSO Study in Japan Seminar in Chiang Mai and The 1st Japanese Job Fair on 30th January, 2016.

The11st Northern Thai Universities’ Japanese Speech Contest open at 8:30, the JASSO Study in Japan Seminar in Chiang Mai booths open at 9 a.m. and the Job Fair booths open at 10 a.m. The event finishes at 4:30 p.m.

For more information on the speech contest contact the Old Japan Student’s Association, Kingdom of Thailand Northern Office (OJSATN) at 053-814344, 053-814550 For the Study in Japan seminar contact the Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) Tel: 02-661-7057-8 ext. 11, and for the Job Fair contact the Consulate-General of Japan in Chiang Mai Tel: 053-203-367 ext. 190, 104 Email: [email protected]

HEADLINES [click on headline to view story] :

CASC Education Fair opens at Central Festival

Japanese speech contest and job fair on January 30 at UNISERV



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