J. F. Oberlin takes part in NAFSA2019

May 31, 2019

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President Hatayama at the lunch meeting

One of the biggest education conferences in the world is being held in Washington, D. C., in the U. S. A., from May 26 to May 31, and J. F. Oberlin University is taking part. NAFSA2019 is organized by NAFSA: Association of International Educators, which was founded in 1948 and which now includes some 10,000 members from about 3,500 educational institutions in 150 countries.

An overview of the lunch meeting

During the conference, at a lunch meeting sponsored by J. F. Oberlin and the Obirin Gakuen Foundation of America, President Hiroaki Hatayama told representatives of some of the university’s partner institutions about developments including the opening of Shinjuku Campus, the upcoming opening of Tokyo Hinatayama Campus, and next year’s planned establishment of the College of Aviation Management. President Hatayama emphasized that the university intends to become even more active in international educational exchanges. The lunch meeting provided an excellent opportunity for the exchange of information and ideas between J. F. Oberlin and partner institutions.

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