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Have you studied Japanese or Chinese?
For how long? If you haven't studied either language, please indicate with N/A.
Please indicate your level of proficiency.
Have you traveled previously in Japan, China, or other Asian locales? If YES, please explain.
Have you traveled abroad to locations other than Asia? If YES, please tell us where and when.
VISA requirements to enter Japan vary. What is your citizenship?
Bates faculty member who will be writing on your behalf.
Please inform your faculty sponsor that letters of support must be submitted via email by the deadline to Alison Keegan at email@example.com.
Attach a one page essay explaining your interest in traveling to Japan and participating in Technos International Week. Please include any study of or cultural connection to Japan. Please discuss what you consider the challenges and rewards of international cultural exchange, and the reason travel to Japan would be an academically and personally enriching experience for you.
Please upload your essay as a pdf.
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Selection is made by a faculty committee and will take about one month. If you have questions, please contact Margaret Imber at 786-8205 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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