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【EVENT】The 1st RJE3 Alumni Party at Consulate General of Russia in Sapporo


FABRICHNIKOV of Russian CONSUL-GENERAL in Sapporo is pleased to announce the launch of the RJE3 Program Alumni Association in March 2019 and offered to have the first reunion party at Russian Consulate General in Sapporo. Students participating in the Japan-Russia Student Federation were invited to participate in the RJE3 Program, and we felt the expectation that the alumni association would play a role in the network expanding from the RJE3 Program.
The alumni association had 63 participants, mainly faculty students participating in the RJE3 program, and we were able to enjoy the exchange.

FABRICHNIKOV of Russian CONSUL-GENERAL in Sapporo
Japan-Russia student union and Russian students from RJE3 consortium universities
Group photo in front of Consulate-General
Fellowship with buffet-style party

re expected to be experts of the Far East and Arctic Circle regions, capable of undertaking leading roles tackling global issues in governmental institutions, international organizations, multinational corporations, and universities and institutes. Furthermore, through the experiences of various RJE3 activities, as regional specialists RJE3 alumni obtained the ability to engage in community-based initiatives in local municipalities, public institutions, and companies, serving as a bridge between Japan and the Eurasian continent at the intersection of people, goods, information, and economic activities.
In 2019, the RJE3 Alumni Association was established, five years after the program’s founding. The Alumni Association was created as a platform to encourage communication and build further cooperative and collaborative networks among its members who are actively involved in a variety of fields globally.
By effectively utilizing resources and networks, the RJE3 Alumni Association aims to provide its members with a wide range of opportunities and valuable information to address and resolve issues in the fields related to the RJE3 Program, as well as further fostering human resources development and people-to-people exchanges between Japan and Russia.