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September 02, 2009

Oxford University Press providing extensive support for the ETJ Expos

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Oxford University Press will be having displays and sponsoring well-known speakers at all the English Language Teaching Expos this year. As in the past, OUP are also paying for the design and printing of close to 100,000 flyers. Their generous support is a big reason for the success of the Expos each year.

The speakers they will be sponsoring this year include Barbara Hoskins, Grant Trew, Marco Brazil, Miki Sakai, Ritsuko Nakata and Setsuko Toyama. .Ritsuko Nakata is the author of 'Let's Go', the most popular course for elementary school children in Japan, Setsuko Toyama is the author of 'English Time' and Grant Trew is regarded as the leading expert on TOEIC in Japan and has written a number of TOEIC books for OUP.

The dates and venues of the Expos are as follows:

• Sun Oct 18: Chukyo University, Nagoya
• Sun Oct 25: Kogyo Daigaku (Naka-ku campus), Hiroshima
• Sat/Sun Oct 31/Nov 1: Toyo Gakuen University (Hongo Campus), Tokyo
• Sun Nov 8: Tohoku Fukushi University, Sendai
• Sun Nov 29: Seifu High School, Osaka Sun Dec 6: Seinan Gakuin University, Fukuoka

You can register to attend the Expos by clicking here

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