The Hakuho Scheme for a Global Children’s Japanese Language Network aims to provide opportunities for
Japanese and overseas students to deepen their understanding of each other and to grow into internationally-minded people through intercultural experiences and international exchange in the Japanese language.
This is a program open to middle schools outside of Japan that teach a Japanese curriculum. The program invites students studying Japanese at an overseas school, and an accompanying teacher selected by a school, to Japan to visit a participating Japanese school for international exchanges and intercultural experiences in Japanese students of the same age.
School visit, cultural and social experiences, exchange events etc (there may be a home stay).
4 students and 1 accompanying teacher per school
- Return airfares to Japan
- Departure and airport tax
- Japan visa fee
- Meals and activities (including training and travel) while in Japan
- International travellers’ insurance
10 March 2017 (Original documents must arrive at The Japan Foundation, Sydney office by mail)
Preparatory Training in Japan for Overseas Teachers
- 13 Nov - 2 Dec 2017 (tentative)
Program period for teacher and students
- 12 - 16 April 2018 (tentative)
For further details download the documents below and refer to the the website;
Please contact Maki Russell-Smith via firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries or to request a hard-copy of the information and application form.