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Organising Committee

  • Muhamad Firdaus

    President

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    Shiga University

  • Wan Rabiatul Adawiyah

    Deputy President

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    Niigata University

  • Muhammad Haziq

    Regional Leader Kanto

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    Utsunomiya University

  • Noor Elya Sorfina

    Regional Leader Hokuriku

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    Kanazawa University

  • Muhammad Alif El-Hadi

    Regional Leader Kansai

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    Kobe University

  • Wan Nur Aliyah

    Secretary - General

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    Utsunomiya University

  • Siti Amiera Amani

    Vice Secretary

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    Wakayama University

  • Hanin Nabila

    Treasurer - General

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    Utsunomiya University

  • Muhammad Aliff

    Vice Treasurer

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    Ibaraki University

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Message from the President

Dear Visitors,

On behalf of the Malaysian Students Association Japan (MSAJ), I extend a warm welcome to all of you who have arrived at our website. As the President of this esteemed association, it gives me great pleasure to share the vision and purpose that drive our vibrant community.

The MSAJ serves as a platform for Malaysian students studying in Japan, fostering a sense of unity, support, and cultural exchange among our members. We understand that studying abroad can be both exciting and challenging, and it is our mission to create an inclusive and enriching environment for all Malaysian students in Japan.

Our association aims to provide various avenues for personal and academic growth, encouraging our members to excel in their studies while embracing the diverse experiences Japan has to offer. Through a wide range of events, activities, and initiatives, we strive to create lasting friendships, promote cultural understanding, and develop leadership skills among our members.

We are dedicated to ensuring that our Malaysian students in Japan have access to the necessary resources, guidance, and support during their academic journey. Whether you need assistance with settling into a new environment, connecting with fellow Malaysians, or exploring opportunities for professional development, the MSAJ is here to lend a helping hand.

This website serves as a valuable hub of information, keeping you updated with the latest news, events, and initiatives undertaken by the MSAJ. We encourage you to explore the various sections, engage with our vibrant community, and make the most of the resources available.

I am confident that your time with the MSAJ will be filled with rewarding experiences, meaningful connections, and personal growth. As the President, I am committed to working closely with my dedicated team to ensure that your journey as a Malaysian student in Japan is as memorable and fulfilling as possible.

Thank you for visiting our website, and I look forward to welcoming you into the MSAJ community.

Warm regards,

Muhamad Firdaus Ali
President,
Malaysian Students Association Japan

Muhamad Firdaus Ali

3rd year economics undergraduate,
Shiga University

Firdaus was elected as MSAJ's President for 2024/2025 term. He is a 3rd year economics undergraduate, Shiga University.

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About MSAJ

Our History

More Than 40 Years Uniting Malaysian Students All Over Japan

Razak was a student at Hiroshima Bunn University (now University of Hiroshima) when the devastating atomic bomb attack took place during World War 2 on Aug 6, 1945.

Establishment of MSAJ

In 1976, the Malaysian Students Association Japan (MSAJ) was established with the primary aim of providing welfare assistance and support to Malaysian students studying in Japan. Recognizing the challenges and needs faced by Malaysian students living far from home, MSAJ has been instrumental in ensuring their well-being and fostering a sense of community among them.

Carrying the legacy of our ancestors

The roots of the Malaysia-Japan education relationship can be traced back to the tumultuous years of World War II. During this period, a prominent figure in Malaysia, Razak, was studying at Hiroshima Bunn University, which is now known as the University of Hiroshima. The devastating atomic bomb attack on August 6, 1945, had a profound impact on Razak's life and marked a turning point in the Malaysia-Japan relations.

Malaysian Students Association Japan (MSAJ) was established in 1976.

Sports festival acts as Track II diplomacy between two sovereign nations - Malaysia and Japan.

Our Mission

Nurturing Future
National Leaders

This is us, MSAJ

We are here to help

If you have any inquiries with regard to academic life in Japan, or seeking collaboration or partnership, worry not - we are here to help.

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