Experience Japan – An introduction to study opportunities in Japan (Lausanne, Switzerland) on November 12th

The event “Experience Japan – An introduction to study opportunities in Japan” on November 12th 2016 in Lausanne (Switzerland) will allow you to find out about the various exciting opportunities to study in Japan. The growing number of English-language degree programs at Japan’s universities offers you the chance to advance your knowledge in this fascinating country, whatever your level of study.

Several leading Japanese universities will be attending the event to provide information on these programs, but also on intensive Japanese language summer courses offered by some of them. There will also be a chance to find out about the variety of scholarships and research funding available to enable you to take advantage of these learning opportunities. The seminar line-up offers participants the chance to hear directly from people with experience of studying in Japan, as well as from Japanese citizens staying in Switzerland temporarily for an exchange.


  • Short-term to full degree programs taught in English
  • Scholarships
  • What it is like to be a student in Japan

Target Group

The event is meant for high-school and international school as well as University students, but also for  Japanese language learners, who want to experience life style and studies in Japan.

Date and Location

Saturday, 12th November 2016

Anthropole Building, 1129 Auditorium,
University of Lausanne
Campus Map
(Metro station, UNIL- Dorigny)


13:00    Greetings by a representative of the Embassy of Japan in Switzerland
Presentations   International Christian University, Tokyo
Kyoto University
Okayama University, Okayama
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Waseda University, Tokyo
JICC, Embassy of Japan in Switzerland
University of Lausanne
Discussion   Round Table
Individual Talk   Booths of Universities
17:00   Closing


For Application and further information, please visit www.experience-japan.ch.
Free of charge


  • Embassy of Japan in Switzerland
  • University of Lausanne

Event coordinator

  • Sawako Sulzberger-Miki,