The JET Programme offers a minimum, one-year opportunity to experience Japan as an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) or Coordinator for International Relations (CIR) through an official Government of Japan program.
The Government of the Republic of Korea is offering a scholarship at the undergraduate level for study in a four-year Bachelor Degree program in South Korea, including airfare, tuition fees, language training, and living allowance.
Join the annual festivities at Nikkei Matsuri and see the legends and tales of the Japanese ninja come alive when hereditary real-life ninja Tomonosuke introduces the unique and secret world of ninja and their ninjutsu techniques.
Taking courses at UBC looking for a flexible job to fit into your schedule? Search no further! The Asian Studies main office is hiring for a couple of winter Work Learn positions starting September 4th, 2018. What is Work Learn? Work Learn is a 10-hour a week position that provides you with an opportunity to work […]