Information for US Institutions

EducationUSA EXPO 2019 is now full and the application form is closed.

EducationUSA Expo 2019

Date: Saturday, September 7, 2019
Time: 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m.
Location: Ochanomizu Sola City
Address: 4-6 Kandasurugadai, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 101-0062, Japan <Map>

The Embassy of the United States of America in Tokyo is hosting the EducationUSA EXPO 2019 in cooperation with EducationUSA, the Japan-U.S. Educational Commission (Fulbright Japan), U.S. College Alumni Network of Japan (USCANJ), KagakushaNet and Eiken Foundation of Japan. There is no fee to participate in this public event, and we welcome admissions officers, alumni, and current students to represent their institutions.

EducationUSA EXPO 2019 will feature a college fair and information seminars. The fair will have booths for university representatives and other organizations supporting study in the United States to engage with event participants and to share materials. The information seminars will cover a variety of topics, including how to choose a school, the application process, financing an education, and career opportunities after graduation.

The U.S. Embassy is providing this opportunity to all accredited U.S. institutions of higher education to promote our country as the premier destination for Japanese students interested in international education.
The registration will be open between April 17 and May 17.

Terms and conditions for participating in the EXPO follow below.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR REGISTRATION AND PARTICIPATION

Participating Institutions agree to the following:

  • Participating institutions must hold recognized U.S. regional or national accreditation. English language and distance learning programs may only participate if the representatives of the U.S. institutions are prepared to provide information and answer questions about their degree programs on the campus of the regionally accredited universities and colleges of which they are a part. Verification may be requested. We limit participation to representatives from U.S. institutions with U.S. campuses. We reserve the right to refuse registration of any institution.
  • Participation by fee-for-service study abroad agents is not permitted.
  • All representatives should agree to follow the ethics and standards set forth by NAFSA including the Code of Ethics: http://www.nafsa.org/Learn_About_NAFSA/Governance_Documents/Ethics_And_Principles/Statement_Of_Ethics/NAFSA_s_Statement_of_Ethical_Principles/
    and NACAC’s Statement of Principles of Good Practice:
    https://www.nacacnet.org/advocacy–ethics/statement-of-principles-of-good-practice/
  • Institutional representatives are responsible for their visas (if applicable), airline tickets, hotel reservations, and ground transfers.
  • Institutional representatives are responsible for bringing their promotional material to the venue.

The U.S. Embassy Tokyo will:

  • Have the right to select the participating institutions.
  • Advertise and promote the event to students, parents, teachers and counsellors.
  • Provide one table, one back panel and three chairs for each booth. Participation will be strictly limited to a maximum of 3 representative(s) per institution at any given time. In the event that more than one section from a same institution has applied, we request that the booth be shared.
  • NOT be responsible for any lost or damaged items.
  • NOT be responsible for any mailed packages that may be stopped at Japanese customs, and will not perform any customs clearance activities.
  • NOT provide interpretation services. If you intend to bring someone to assist you as an interpreter, please inform us in advance, keeping in mind no more than three individuals should be at your booth at any one time.
  • NOT return promotional materials remaining after the event.