IALC would like to congratulate the Japanese Association of Overseas Studies (JAOS) on achieving 30 years of working with Japanese agents who assist students studying abroad.
Aiming to give each student a peaceful and rewarding study abroad experience, the Japanese Association of Overseas Studies (JAOS) has been active and successful since 1991 thanks to their extensive membership of organizations and the educated counselors and advisors they work with.
Despite past year’s difficulties, JAOS is eager to celebrate their 30th Anniversary Ceremony on 7th December at the Hilton Shinjuku Hotel.
A message from IALC President Robin Adams and principal of CES Toronto
"On behalf of the International Association of Language Centres (IALC), I would like to congratulate JAOS on its 30th Anniversary celebration. I had the privilege of attending the 25th Anniversary and IALC has been working closely with JAOS since 2018. We truly value the support of JAOS through the various campaigns including a scholarship program for Japanese students, agent roadshow events and dialogue with the FELCA association on important initiatives in the wake of the pandemic.
The IALC / JAOS partnership stems from a joint commitment to quality education and pursuit of excellence. We look forward to many more years of joint campaigns in the hope that this will facilitate more Japanese youth being able to explore exciting destinations around the globe, so that they may return to Japan and utilize their knowledge and confidence for the benefit of Japanese society."
Congratulations on behalf of everyone at IALC! May they continue excelling in quality and ethical operations while orienting Japanese students on their educational journeys abroad.