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About Peer Study Abroad Advisors

In fall 2016, the Globalization Office launched the Go Peer Study Abroad Advisor Program in order to respond to a greater number of requests for study abroad consultations, caused by an increase in the of number of the university’s short term study abroad and exchange programs. All advisors have previously participated in exchange programs and many have also participated in short-term overseas programs.
 
Go Peer Study Abroad Advisors are here to help anyone who is interested in studying abroad but is unsure of where to study, has questions about how to study for the required exams, wants to know about a particular university, or even just has a simple question.

No appointment is needed, so please feel free to drop in. Shifts change every semester, so please check this page for details.

Advisor Profiles

Asia
Abhishek Gupta
College of Arts and Sciences, Environmental Sciences (PEAK)

National University of Singapore, NUS
Singapore

Hello everyone! I am Abhishek, a PEAK 2nd Year Environmental Sciences student. I studied at NUS, Singapore for one semester as an exchange student from Todai. I am born and raised in India and always wanted to explore the vibrant nature of Asia hence decided to do my exchange within Asia. So, you have any questions related to study abroad for any university, please feel free to contact me!!!
Doyong Um
College of Arts and Sciences, Environmental Sciences (PEAK)
 
National University of Singapore, NUS
Singapore
 
Hello!
My name is Doyong Um, a third year PEAK student. I studied at National University of Singapore (NUS) for a semester (August 2017 - December 2017). Although I mainly took mathematics modules (both pure and applied), I could help you on which courses to take there, application process and life in general at NUS!  I also had opportunities to travel nearby South East Asian countries and join local sports club during my exchange program. If you are willing to ask anything, feel free to drop by anytime!
Naoki Shibamiya
College of Arts and Sciences, Cultural 
Anthropology
 
University of the Philippines
The Philippines
 
Hi I'm Naoki and a senior student majoring in cultural anthropology. I studied at University of the Philippines, Diliman for about ten months from 2015 to 2016 as an AIKOM exchange student. I participated in a work camp in Borneo, Malaysia and worked for handicapped people in the summer vacation of my first year in college through Hands-on Activity of UT. I also went to Vietnam to research the ODA of Japan’s government as a participant of JICA International Corporation Field Study Program for College Students in the spring vacation when I was a freshman. Although I’m curious about the diversity of human beings and study cultural anthropology as my specialty, I’m interested in international development and literature as well. I can give you some advice on studying abroad in general. Especially for those who want to go to non-Western or “developing” countries, I would like to talk with you various topics from concern about safety to local language. Please feel free to talk to me.
Europe
Sachiya Mine
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Area Studies, 
German Studies
 
The Free University of Berlin
Germany
 
Hi, my name is Sachiya! It’s nice to meet you! 
Last year, I spent one year in Berlin in Germany. My major is German history and international relations. I went to Australia recently in order to attend the program organized by Todai, Sydney Uni and Melbourne Uni.
I would be happy to be of help to you!
Takuto Futamura
College of Arts and Sciences, International Relations
 
The University of Southampton
England
 
Hello, I am Takuto Futamura. I studied in the UK for a year as an exchange student, as well as in the US for a month. I am more than happy to help you with anything, so ask me about whatever you want to ask, whenever you want!
North America
Haruka Miyake
College of Arts and Sciences, International Relations
 
University of Washington
USA
 
I participated in the exchange program when I was a junior, and studied gender and international relations at University of Washington for one year. I also joined a 3-week summer program at SOAS when I was a sophomore. If you have any concerns about studying abroad, please feel free to ask me any questions. I can’t wait to see you at GO office!
Naomi Ellis
College of Arts and Sciences, International Relations
 
John Hopkins University
USA
 
Hi! I studied Political Science at Johns Hopkins University in the United States. I have some study abroad & internship experiences in Germany and China as well. Looking forward to talking to you and happy to answer any questions you have!
Ryuichi Kamata
College of Arts and Sciences, International Relations
 
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
USA
 
Hello. My name is Ryuichi Kamata. I’m a senior, International Relations major. I studied abroad at the Univ. of Illinois for a year as an exchange student. Also, I played American football for the varsity, and therefore I believe I can tell you how to balance between your extracurricular activities and study abroad. Thank you, and hope to see you at G.O.
Takato Nakamura
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Advanced Social and International Studies, International Relations
 
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)
USA
 
Hi! I'm Takato Nakamura. I studied at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) as an exchange student, from January to May in 2017. I also participated in the language study program at Sydney in 2016.  I hope I can give you good advice and share my experience with you. I'm really looking forward to seeing you!

Timetable (Spring 2018)

2018 Study Abroad Advisor timetable(修正)

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