HAL website: https://www.hal.ac.jp/english
HAL opened in 1984 in Osaka. It is currently Japan’s largest vocational school, having schools in front of each terminal station in Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya. We provide a cutting-edge learning environment with diverse cooperation with world leading companies including Nintendo and Microsoft. There are about 6,000 students here learning about game, CG, animation, music, car design, robotics, web, and IT fields. Graduates will earn a high reputation from our practical teaching and job guidance, reflecting the human resource needs of each industry. We have also set up an environment to cultivate creators who are active worldwide by adopting a foreign exchange program at “CREAPOLE” in Paris
HAL Tokyo College of Technology & Design
Add: 1-7-3 Nishi-shinjyuku.Shinjyuku-ku.Tokyo. 160-0023 Japan
Phone: 03-3344-1010 Fax: 03-3344-3001
HAL Osaka College of Technology & Design
Add: 3-3-1 Umeda.Kita-Ku.Osaka.530-0001 Japan
Phone: 06-6347-0001 Fax: 06-6345-3456
HAL Nagoya College of Technology & Design
Add: 4-27-1 Meieki.Nakamura-Ku.Nagoya.450-0002 Japan
Phone: 052-551-1001 Fax: 052-582-0077
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Do they have short course for foreigner in Tokyo for about 2 weeks?
Please check out their programs via their English website https://www.hal.ac.jp/english or the email given at the bottom of the linked page.
Dear Sir/Madam, I would like to contact HAL administration to discuss a collaborative project in China. My contact is firstname.lastname@example.org
Regards Rob Cochrane
This website isn’t affiliated with any institution in particular.
You can however reach HAL through their email at the bottom of their website’s portal https://www.hal.ac.jp/english
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