TUJ Times Online

July 12, 2006 (vol. 10)

TUJ Times Online, our online monthly newsletter, will keep you informed of recent news at TUJ and its alumni.


MBA Program Celebrates Tenth Anniversary

The MBA Program Office is holding a special event to celebrate the program's first decade. MBA alumni, students and faculty members are all invited to participate, as are international MBA students visiting TUJ this summer from the main campus.

Date & Time
Saturday, July 29, at 6:30 p.m.
Tokyo Salon
7,000 yen

To register, please email or call the program office at 03-5441-9871.

NextFrame Onscreen at the Apple Store in Ginza

TUJ cordially invites you to the eighth annual NextFrame Nippon International Student Film Festival. Since 1999, NextFrame has shown the creative output of university students from around the globe, and past participants have gone on to garner accolades from the Student Academy Awards as well as Oscar nominations.

This extraordinary event will run from Saturday, July 15 through Monday, July 17 at the stylish Apple Store in the heart of Ginza. And for the first time since NextFrame's inception, the screenings are completely free of charge! Please join us to celebrate the imaginative spirit of some of the world's most promising new filmmakers.

TUJ Grads Get Tuition Break on Fall Continuing Education Courses

Being a TUJ alumnus has many benefits, and one of them is a 25% discount on Continuing Education courses. As a bonus, we'll also waive your entrance fee!

Registration for the fall 2006 semester starts on July 15. Click here to check out the fall semester schedules. Be sure to tell your friends, colleagues and family members that it's signup time, too.

TUJ T-shirts Now Available!

Original TUJ t-shirts are now on sale at the Information Center for 2,000 yen each. Here is your chance to show you're proud to be a Temple Owl and to support TUJ at the same time.


TUJ Establishes Satellite Campus

With the TUJ student population swelling rapidly, the school has set up a satellite campus to handle the overflow. The new location - 3.5 floors in a large office building about a six-minute walk from the Azabu campus-will be known as the Mita campus. The Mita campus will allow TUJ to provide more and better spaces for students, staff and faculty; the latter will include the Law School, the MBA Program, Corporate Education, and offices for undergraduate faculty.

The new space also has three large classrooms that can be combined to make one large space for events, two "smart" classrooms, three seminar/meeting rooms, two study rooms, a computer lab, and a student lounge. The Azabu campus will be undergoing some major rearrangements to accommodate the changes.

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