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Ambassador ITO attended “Study and Work in Japan Webinars 2022”

Bangladesh Beyond
  • Updated on Friday, July 29, 2022
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On 29th July, Ambassador ITO Naoki participated in the first day of “Study and Work in Japan Webinars 2022” and made a speech as chief guest, accoding to a releases of Embassy of Japan in Bangladesh.
In his speech, Ambassador ITO commended the support by stakeholders like Embassy of Bangladesh in Tokyo, University of Tokyo, University of Dhaka and other Japanese universities. He also expressed his expectation for further increase of Bangladeshi students in Japan by referring to the popularity of study in Japan.
The series of seminars is organized by University of Tokyo Bangladesh Office and 22 Japanese universities showcase their strength to attract students in Bangladesh.
On the first day, Embassy of Bangladesh in Tokyo, University of Dhaka, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, University of Miyazaki, University of Tsukuba and Ritsumeikan University attended the webinar.
The webinars will continue until September 21, 2022.
For further detail, please visit fb page of The University of Tokyo Bangladesh Office (https://www.facebook.com/UTokyo.BD)


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