The first online seminar conducted by a joint project with Tamaishiki and iZ Inc., “Japanese, Indian, and Australian students speak out about the future for international cooperation and education”.

The event was held from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm (JPT) on the 2nd of March. Eight students, from three countries, each gave their own presentations about  “International cooperation and education” and after partook in discussions with participants.

One of the presenters, a Japanese student, Mr. Hayao Ida from Kansai Gakuen University, gave a presentation titled “Issues of education in Japan”. This sparked several different reactions, from “Similar issues are present in India” to “People in Japan seem to have less choices compared to Australia”.

Ms. Prena Khanna from Ranchi University, India gave a presentation titled “An approach for solving conflicts”. Included in the presentation were topics such as “equality in education” and “Global abolition for nuclear weapons”, earning a big round of applause from the audience.

Ms. Madeline Lambden from Queensland University, Australia, gave a presentation titled “Education in Australia”. This was followed up by opinions such as, “it’s nice to be surrounded by the international environment” and There may be some issues because of its international environment”.

We plan to continue hosting the online seminar, updates will be posted on our website. Please keep an eye out for it and feel free to apply as a participant!


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Upcoming seminar: “Japanese, Indian, and Australian students speak out about Job hunting in the world”

The event will be held from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm (JPT) on 13th of April. We are currently looking for presenters. If you are interested, please contact us via email at

Look forward to seeing another engaging and insightful discussion!