Open House Session

Open House Session

Student Support

Open House Session

Conducting open house sessions for students:

A crucial aspect of effectively disseminating information to students about available international mobility opportunities involves conducting open house sessions. Within these sessions, students are provided with comprehensive details regarding the diverse international mobility opportunities, encompassing eligibility criteria, fees, credits, and related aspects. These sessions function as counseling platforms, affording students a lucid understanding of the opportunities and addressing their inquiries through informal two-way discussions. Open house sessions are structured in two primary formats: Region-wise open sessions and School-wise open house sessions.

Region-wise Open House Sessions:

 These sessions are organized by categorizing student mobility opportunities into different regions, including USA & Canada; Europe, UK & Ireland; Oceania; Asia; and South America & Australia.

School-wise open house sessions:

These sessions are tailored for various schools at JGU and involve the participation of Vice/Associate/Assistant Deans for internationalization from different schools. We also collaborated with some foreign partner universities to participate in these open house sessions, allowing students to receive firsthand information about opportunities and have their queries addressed.

Participation of foreign university partners in open-house sessions and talks/lectures:

we had the opportunity to incorporate some of our university partners from around the world into our open-house sessions and lectures. This facilitated direct interaction between our students and partner universities, enabling them to acquire firsthand knowledge about the offerings of these institutions and have their queries promptly addressed.

STSAPs Open House sessions:

The IAGI team organizes open house sessions to apprise students of the short-term study abroad opportunities at their disposal. A total of five sessions were held, reaching out to a combined audience of 105 students. Notably, one of these sessions featured a lecture on “Career Opportunities in the UN,” held in collaboration with United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)