Briefing university of tokyo

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Briefing university of tokyo

  1. JAPAN: GATEWAY FOR BETTER FUTUREUniversity of Tokyo NOR AMIRAH SAKINAH ALIAS NESRIN SALAHEDDIN ETARHUNI
  2. CAMPUSES• Hongo Campus• Shirokane Campus• Komaba Campus• Nakano Campus• Kashiwa Campus• Kemigawa Campus
  3. ADMISSION• General entrance examination• Special screening for graduates from overseas schools.• Japanese language• English language (new courses)
  4. COURSES• Centre for Japanese Language Education
  5. SCHOLARSHIP• The University of Tokyo Special Scholarship for International Students• Japanese Government Scholarships (Monbukagakusho)• JASSO (Japan Student Services Organizations)• Panasonic /Asia100 Yoshida Scholarship
  6. ACCOMMODATION• Student dormitories- Mitaka International Hall of Residence- Komaba International Lodge- Shirokanedai International Lodge- Toshima International Hall of Residence- Tokyo International Exchange Centre- Ochanomizu University International House
  7. UNDERGRADUATE STUDIESSingle (¥4700 - ¥38 000) RM190 – RM1530Couple (¥9500 - ¥95 000) RM382 – RM3824Family (¥14 200- ¥128 000) RM572 – RM5251 POSTGRADUATE STUDIESSingle (¥9600 - ¥58 000) RM386 – RM2335Couple (¥18 000 - ¥95 000) RM725 – RM3824Family (¥23 100 - ¥128 000) RM930 – RM5251
  8. KOMABA CAMPUS
  9. • Private Accommodations(1) Location: Bunkyo Ward, Tokyo(5 min. walk from Hongo 3-Chome station, 10 minute trainride to Tokyo station)(2) Room size: 24.5m²(3) Room Layout: Studio typeapartment (1 room + kitchen)(4) Resident: Single(5) Rent: 89,000 yen (RM3582)
  10. HOMESTAY IN JAPAN• 2 to 3 months• Practice the language• Learn lifestyle and culture
  11. FACILITIES• Medical Institution- Health Service Centre- University of Tokyo Hospital
  12. • The University of Tokyo CO-OP- restaurant, bookstore, travel agency, bakery
  13. • University Museum• Entrepreneur Plaza
  14. LIFESTYLE• Currency – ¥1000 = RM40• Halal Food Shop - Online shop (http://baticrom.com/main_cat.php) - Halal Food Store (http://islamcenter.or.jp/eng/halalfood.html)
  15. • Musolla
  16. MASJID TOKYO
  17. TRANSPORTATION• Public Transport- Trains- Shinkansen- Bus• Private Transport- Car- Bicycle
  18. JAPAN 日本 EXPERIENCING THE ANCIENT ANDMODERN WORLD AT ONCE
  19. JAPANESE CULTURE
  20. • Respect in Japanese culture• Bowing down• Thanking and apologizing
  21. HOME MANNERS• Take off shoes when entering Japanese homes
  22. • Table manners
  23. MANNERS IN PUBLIC• Avoid answering phone while being in bus, LRT.
  24. • Using license for riding bicycle
  25. SMILING • It has many connotations• Smiling can also connote being embarrassed.
  26. JAPANESE TRADITIONAL CLOTHES
  27. JAPANESE FOOD• Chazuke • Kayu rice
  28. • Sashimi • Sushi• Ramen • Okonomiyaki
  29. • Classroom culture in Japan
  30. WEATHER - Japan has four seasons• Summer (June to August)
  31. • Autumn (September to November)
  32. • Winter (December to February)
  33. • Spring (March to May)
  34. SAFETY PROCEDURES
  35. • There are many important procedures need to be taken in case of natural disaster occurs - Stay under a table - Protect your head - Don’t use elevator - Keep important things stored such as batteries - Listen to instructions through radio• Always remember to call 110 whenever necessary.
  36. INTERESTING PLACES
  37. MOUNT FUJI
  38. THE WHITE HERON CASTLE IN HEMIJI
  39. GINZA
  40. KAMPIRA WATERFALL, IRIOMOTE
  41. TAKETOMI ISLAND
  42. TANIGAWA ONSEN
  43. JAPANESE TOURIST PLACES
  44. FURTHER INFORMATION• Malaysian Embassy• University of Tokyo [International Students Support Group, 1st floor, Administration Bureau Building 2]• JASSO (http://www.studyinjapan.org.my)

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