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On Wednesday 27 November we will be holding an information session on Graduate Studies at the University of Oxford as well as on career opportunities at the OECD, which will include the personal story of an Oxford alumnus now working for the OECD (The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development).
The evening will be in two parts. The first part will be a presentation by Alison Beale, Director of the University of Oxford Japan Office on studying at Oxford at graduate level. The presentation will cover information about the University and how to make an application and is suitable for those interested in any of our graduate courses.
In the second part of the evening Artur Olszewski (St Antony’s, 2015), OECD Policy Analyst in the Centre for Tax Policy, will explain how a graduate degree from Oxford enabled him to pursue a career in an international organisation. Makoto Miyasako and Sam Holland from the Talent Management and Analytics team within Human Resources at the OECD will then give a short presentation on career opportunities at the OECD. There will be also be time for questions.
All those interested in studying at the University of Oxford, as well as alumni of the University interested in a career at the OECD or International Organisations more generally, are welcome to take part in either just one, or both parts of the evening.
Wednesday 27 November
UF Hall, Sanbancho UF Building 1F, 6-3 Sanbancho, Chiyoda ku, Tokyo
Map to the venue
18:00 – 19:00
Part 1: Information session on Graduate Studies at Oxford
19:10 – 20:10
Part 2: Working for the OECD
Both presentations will be held in English
This is event is free of charge.