OQEANOUS Office

The OQEANOUS Office is open for enquiries between 10.00 AM and 5.00 PM on weekdays.

The OQEANOUS coordinators are stationed at room #417 of Building #2, located at Shinagawa Campus.

The OQEANOUS Office has primary responsibility for OQEANOUS Program.

The staff at the OQEANOUS Office can assist candidates as well as local students for enquiries. The OQEANOUS Office organizes DDP/IJP/STP admission of OQEANOUS program. common orientation meetings for new OQEANOUS students as well as practical assistance for newly arrived students.

The OQEANOUS Office is within the Academic Support and International Student Division.

Email:
oqeanous-office(at)o.kaiyodai.ac.jp

Please replace "at " with "@" in the above email address.

Phone:
+ (81)-3-5463-0418 (English & Japanese only)
(Chinese and Korean OQEANOUS Coordinators: +(81)-3-5463-0641)
Address:
OQEANOUS Office
Academic Support and International Student Division, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology (TUMSAT) 4-5-7Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Postal Code: 108-8477

Institutional Coordinator

  • Prof. Toshio ISEKI

    Dean, Graduate School of Marine Science and Technology

Head of the TUMSAT-JCK committee

  • Prof. Masashi MAITA

    Vice-dean, Graduate School of Marine Science and Technology

≪Administrative staff and Coordinators≫

  • Ms. Junko YASUKAWA, Chief, OQEANOUS Office

    e-mail: oqeanous-office(at)o.kaiyoudai.ac.jp

    Please replace "at " with "@" in the above email address.

    Languages: Japanese and English

  • Ms. Lianhua SHEN, Coordinator, OQEANOUS Office

    e-mail: lshen00(at)kaiyoudai.ac.jp

    Please replace "at " with "@" in the above email address.

    Languages: Japanese, Chinese and Korean

  • Ms. Huihui WANG, Coordinator, OQEANOUS Office

    e-mail: ko00000(at)kaiyodai.ac.jp

    Please replace "at " with "@" in the above email address.

    Languages: Japanese, Chinese and English

Major duties:

  • 1. Contact and coordination with OQEANOUS universities for various affairs
  • 2. Study and life support for DDP/IJP/STP students