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To KNOW HOW TOKYO STOCK EXCHANGE WORKS WITH SOME SIMULATION EXPERIENCE IN STOCK TRADING

Eight foreign students at all English class of the Graduate School of International Administration have made a study tour at Tokyo Stock Exchange(TSE) Arrows on 13th January, 2017, under the program, "International Administration I (Introduction)''.

The study tour took place at TSE Arrows located in Nihonbashi-Kabuki-cho in Tokyo which is one of the most famous financial districts here in Japan.
The tour consisted of three parts such as viewing JPX PR video, explanation of TSE Arrows from the 2nd floor gallery and playing a stock trading simulation game, using news and corporate information in a virtual securities market.
The tour was conducted in English. All students enjoyed this tour, getting new knowledge and experiences.

In view of being world-wide assessed administrators, the graduate students are continually getting in touch with the newest knowledge and practical skills in various fields. Our School is planning diverse out-of-campus programs like this one to fulfill this education objective.

We would like to express our special gratitude to Tokyo Stock Exchange, Inc. and Ms. Takayo Noguchi who is its staff and guided us kindly for our successful study tour.





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