Guidance Given to 2017 Fall New International Students

Guidance briefings to welcome 28 foreign students from around the world that are currently undertaking the undergraduate programs, graduate programs, short-term exchange program and Japan Studies Intensive Program students were held on September 20th (Wednesday) and September 26th (Tuesday), 2017.
 During the session, Director of Shinshu University Global Education Center, Prof. Tanaka welcomed the new comers. Then, Vice-Director of Global Education Center, Prof. Sato introduced Shinshu University and explained regarding the Japanese language classes. Later, information about emergency contact and notes was informed by Global Education Center, Prof. Tsuda as well.
 The new foreign students from U.S.A., Australia, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Uzbekistan, China, Taiwan, Korea, and Thailand, have started their new life at Shinshu University, seemingly filled with excitement yet a little nervous.
 In this current semester, the number of students from the short-term exchange programs and Japan Studies Intensive Programs from our partner universities around the world is as follows;
Oklahoma State University (U.S.A): 1
California State University, Chico (U.S.A):2
Curtin University (Australia):1
University of La Rochelle(France):1
Leipzig University(Germany):3
Zuyd University (the Netherlands): 1
University of Warsaw (Poland) :1
Far Eastern Federal University (Russia):2
Samarkand State institute of Foreign Languages(Uzbekistan):2
Tongji University(China):1
Beijing Foreign Studies University(China):1 
Zhejiang Sci-Tech University(China):1
Shandong University(China):1
Fu Jen Catholic University(Taiwan):1
Dankook University(Korea):1
Chungnam National University(Korea):1
Sejong University(Korea):1
Kwangwoon University(Korea):3
Kasetsart University(Thailand):1
Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology (Thailand):2
 Let's express our warmest welcome and support towards them together with all the staffs from Global Education Center (GEC).