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Oxford Alumni Club Party

Posted: 2017/10/30 | Author: UOJO

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Christmas Party and Professional Networking

The Oxford Alumni Club of Japan is a new society run by alumni and for alumni. The Club has evolved out of a number of social and networking events held in Tokyo in the past under the name of Oxford Japanologists or Oxford Young Professionals. If you would like to find out more about the Oxford Alumni Club of Japan, please join their Facebook Group.

The Club will hold their next event which is a Christmas Party and Professional Networking in Tokyo on Saturday 9 December 2017 during the afternoon. It will be an excellent opportunity to connect past, present and future Oxonians in Japan (JOxonians) in an informal manner. All alumni, current students and guests are welcome.

Previous events have been extremely popular, attracting over 90 people. Spaces are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment.

 

Saturday 9 December 2017
Christmas Party and Professional Networking
14:30 – 17:30
Tokyo Family Restaurant, 3F, Higashi 1-3-1, Shibuya ku, Tokyo, 150-0011
Map to venue

5,000 JPY (Drinks and canapés included. Please pay on the door)
Deadline: Sunday 3 December, cancellations after 6 December will be charged in full
Dress code: Something festive/Christmassy!

Make your booking here

*Targeted Networking Opportunity
The Oxford Alumni Club of Japan are dedicated to facilitating meaningful interactions between members. With this goal in mind, depending on the level of interest, time and space will be set aside for alumni and current students who would like to present or share an initiative or opportunity that they feel would be of interest to the JOxonian community. The format for this exchange will be decided based on the level of interest and suitability.

If you have a business proposal, start-up, project idea, recent publication or volunteer organisation that you would like to share please get in touch with the OACJ committee at oxfordinjapan@gmail.com with a brief description by Sunday 12 November.