IBEC promotes education, more better job opportunities for Myanmar in Japan

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International Buddhist Education Centre (IBEC) in Sagaing hills is working to create educational and job opportunities for Myanmar nationals in Japan, according to the monastery.

IBEC was founded by Venerable Aggamahāsaddhammajotika Dr. Ashin Sobhita, the Stockholm World Peace Prize Laureate, known as IBEC Sayadaw.
While visiting Japan at the invitation of Project Professor and Research Fellow Senior Member of IEEE Dr. Shouji Usuda, IBEC and KBU education team led by Principal Dr. Ashin Sobhita paid a study tour to Hosei University in Iriya City and the Sayadaw has been trying to bridge the high-level education sector between Myanmar and Japan, according to IBEC – Myanmar Official Information Office Committee.

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IBEC and KBU education team also visited OISCA Senior High School including OISCA Academy and Agricultural College in Hamamatsu and discussed matters related to the cooperation in the education sector.

The meeting was attended by OISCA Principal Mr. Nakano Yoichiro, Head of International Student Affairs Department Mr. Hihara Morohito, and International Communication Officer Mr. Nakamura Katsutoshi from the Japanese side and Principal Dr. Ashin Sobhita, General Manager U Bo Bo Lin, Managing Director Daw May Nyo from New Dana Company, Japan-based Research Associate U Thein Htike, IBEC IT Technician and BOD members of KBU from the IBEC side.

They discussed matters relating to the further study of Myanmar students at the undergraduate level in Japan, Japanese language learning, and the creation of more and better  job opportunities for Myanmar youth in Japan.

Thit Taw/ZN

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