JIU Holds 2014 Fall Entrance Ceremony



Incoming students from all over the world at the Mizuta Memorial Hall

Ambassador Extraordinaire and Plenipotentiary His Excellency Michal Kottman of the Embassy of Slovakia

Councilor Gyorgyi Juhasz of the Embassy of Hungary

Senior Advisor Kari Steenstrup Vaalund of the Embassy of Norway

One of the incoming class representative, Jakub Novotny

The alumni association meeting following the ceremony

On Wednesday, September 9, 2014, Josai International University held its 2014 Fall entrance ceremony at the Mizuta Memorial Hall on the Chiba Togane campus.

This Fall’s entering class consisted of exchange students from a variety of different countries including: China, Taiwan, Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, the Philippines, Pakistan, USA, Canada, New Zealand, Spain, Norway, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Poland, and Slovakia, lending the ceremony a distinctly international flavor.

Esteemed guests at the ceremony included Ambassador Extraordinaire and Plenipotentiary His Excellency Michal Kottman of the Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Japan, Councilor Gyorgyi Juhasz of the Embassy of Hungary in Japan, and Senior Advisor Kari Steenstrup Vaalund of the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Japan who delivered congratulatory messages to incoming students.

Jakub Novotny (Slovakia, University of Presov in Presov) speaking as representative of the incoming class, pledged, “Together as a class, and in the spirit of this school’s foundation, we vow to observe our promise of devoting our undivided attention to the pursuit of knowledge.”

Following the ceremony, a meeting of the exchange student alumni association was held, which provided an excellent opportunity for the new students to meet upperclassmen and current members.








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