Dec 9, 2017

All clubs/circles and Event Planning Committees that are planning an overseas trip during spring break

Overseas activity guidance sessions will be held according to the schedule below.

  • Even if you have not decided whether or not your student organization will actually go, any organizations that might travel overseas must attend all of these guidance sessions.
  • Attendance will be taken at these sessions, and any members or organizations that do not attend will not be permitted to travel overseas as an activity.
  • Students who participated in the guidance session previously must attend the guidance session again.
  • Even if travel destination is some member’s home country, they still need to attend guidance session.

Guidance Session Schedule

  1. Overseas Trip Leader’s Guidance Session
    Wednesday, December 20, from 3:00pm to 4:00pm, Venue: F 209
    Two representatives from each organization that are planning or considering to conducting overseas activities must attend this guidance session. No reservation is required. In principal, the university will not approve overseas activities of the student organizations that do not attend this guidance.
    Please read through all the forms for overseas activities (Click here) . If you bring drafts of those forms, a university officer will check them after the guidance.
  2. Safety and Crisis Management & Vaccination Guidance Session (For students who will travel overseas but not to their home country.)
    Date & Time: Wed, January 10, from 2:15pm to 3:50pm, Venue: F102 (Japanese) 、F103 (English)
    Students who will travel overseas but not to their home country must attend this guidance session.
  3. Safety and Crisis Management & Vaccination Guidance Session (For students who will travel to their home country.)
    Date & Time: Wed, January 24, from 2:15pm to 3:50pm, Venue: F101
    Students who will travel to their home country must attend this guidance session.
    ※The individual clubs/circles are being asked to make a three-minute presentation in either English or Japanese about the latest crisis information, precautionary measures that foreign travelers should be aware of, and preventive measures for their travel destinations and regions. The details of this presentation will be further explained at the leader’s guidance session.

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