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NAIST Higher Education Seminar Month

NAIST has designated March as the “Higher Education Seminar Month." Each graduate school will conduct various events for prospective students, college and high school students, and the general public.
Please participate in the events and take advantage of the great opportunity to get to know the institute.
Please refer to each graduate school's website for reservations for the events and on-campus accommodation and inquiries.

2007 Preparatory Seminar for Scientific Graduate School - “Let’s Go To Scientific Graduate School!” “Career Consideration in the Fields of IT, Biology and Nanotechnology”

Date/Time: Saturday, 3 March, 2007 10:30am

※ Free shuttle buses will be provided for the seminar.

Depart from Kintetsu Gakuemmae Station at 9:24am, Kintetsu Gakken Kita Ikoma Station at 9:44am

※ Reservations are not necessary.

<Graduate School of Information Science>

Spring Seminar

Date/Time: Thursday, 1 March – Friday, 2 March, 2007

※ Reservations are required.



<Graduate School of Biological Sciences>

Open Campus (for prospective students)

Academic Counseling for Higher Education

Date/Time: Saturday, 3 March, 2007

※ Reservations are not necessary for Open Campus (for prospective students) . Reservations are required for Academic Counseling for Higher Education.

University Student Internship

Date/Time: Monday, 12 March – Wednesday, 14 March

※ Reservations are required. img02

<Graduate School of Materials Science>

Presentation of Research Results

Date/Time: Saturday, 17 March, 2007 10:00 – 16:00 (participation is welcome at any time)

Audience: open to college and high school students and the general public

※ Reservations are not necessary.

Campus Life-Short Tour

Date/Time: Saturday, 17 March, 2007 13:00 – 15:00

Audience: open to college and high school students, science teachers of junior high and high schools

※ Reservations are required.



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