Journal » [Archived Video Available] YouTube Live Information Session on GIGA Program! (Dec.9th)
(Thursday, December 10, 2015) YouTube Live Information Session on December 9th was over. Thank you very much for your interest and participation. The Session is now available on YouTube as an archived video.
Get an inside view of GIGA, the bachelor’s degree program taught in English at Keio University!
What is the GIGA Program?
What opportunities does it offer?
How is life at Keio University?
These and more questions will be answered by representatives of the GIGA Program during a live information session utilizing YouTube Live (real-time streaming) on December 9th.
Students, their parents, teachers, and school counselors are encouraged to fire their questions at Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus (SFC)’s faculty members, who will not only introduce the GIGA Program to you directly but also answer anything you would like to know about SFC’s outstanding curriculum, university life as well as prospective career opportunities.
We hope you will take this opportunity to learn first-hand about the many facets of the Keio experience and get an idea of what SFC has to offer for your academic and campus life.
Wednesday, December 9th, 7:00-8:00 p.m. (Japan Standard Time)
1. Information Session
Professor Ken Jimbo from the Faculty of Policy Management, Professor Rodney Van Meter and Professor Tatsuya Hagino from the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies will introduce Keio University, SFC and the GIGA Program.
2. Q&A Session
The professors will answer your questions. If there is anything you would like to know about the GIGA Program or Keio University, which has not been answered yet, feel free to pose your questions. (The Professors will at first address mainly questions submitted prior to the sessions, but they will also accept questions from the chat box during the sessions.)
Please pre-register online. The questions you write down when you register might be addressed by the professors.
Email: apd-global [at] sfc.keio.ac.jp
Please replace “[at]” with “@” in the email address before sending out the email.