The 4th All-Japan Student French Presentation Contest was held at KUFS on Saturday, November 12th. Thirteen participants from eight universities across the country competed on this day, giving passionate presentations on their self-chosen topics in French. Every presentation was wonderful and showed how they all practiced a lot for this contest.
The results are as follows.
＜List of Awardees＞
1st place: Maya Inoue, 2nd-year student at Kyoto University of Foreign Studies
Title: A Little Kindness Goes a Long Way
Supplementary prize provided by La France au Japon, Institut français du Japon, Centre international d'études françaises de l'université de Bourgogne, Chancellor of Kyoto University of Foreign Studies
2nd place: Masaya Minamidani, 4th-year student at Hiroshima University
Title: The Power of Listening
Supplementary prize provided by the Embassy of Belgium in Japan, Wallonia-Brussels International, Chancellor of Kyoto University of Foreign Studies
3rd place: Kotaro Kodama, 2nd-year student at Tohoku University
Title: Questioning the Obvious
Supplementary prize provided by Université Catholique de l'Ouest, Association pour la Promotion de l'Enseignement du Français, Hakusuisha Inc.
4th place: Sara Aoki, 4th-year student at Meiji Gakuin University
Title: Differences in Stan Culture between Japan and France
Supplementary prize provided by Gouvernement du Québec au Japon, Institut français du Japon-Tokyo, Chancellor of Kyoto University of Foreign Studies
5th place: Aoi Yoshida, 2nd-year student at Shirayuri University
Title: For New Forms of Education
Supplementary prize provided by Centre Culturel Franco-Japonais, Chancellor of Kyoto University of Foreign Studies
6th place: Hibiki Yamashita, 3rd-year student at Kyoto University of Foreign Studies
Title: The Never-Ending Day of a Faculty
Supplementary prize provided by La France au Japon, Institut français du Japon, Institut français du Japon-Kansai, Centre National des Examens Japon, Contest Executive Committee