Research Interest:

  • Education economics, sociology of education, migration and education, non-formal education, education in Cambodia


  • Master of Economics, Kobe University [March, 2017, expected]
  • Bachelor of Liberal Arts, International Christian University (March, 2015)


  • Intern at the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, Cambodia (Sep. 2015)


  • Shiraishi, Nozomi. (2015). Working Children and Schooling: A Study on the Role of Non-formal Education from the Perspective of Cultural Capital. Bachelor’s thesis, International Christian University

Academic Associations

  • Japan Comparative Education Society
  • Japan Society for International Development

Academic Conference Presentation

  • Shiraishi, N. “Effect of Non-formal Education toward Student Achievement: Case Study of the Re-entry Program in Cambodia,” Proposal presented at the 16th International Conference on Education Research (ICER), Seoul National University, South Korea, October, 2015. (E)
  • Shiraishi, N. “Analysis of the Non-formal Education Policy in Cambodia- Focusing on the Educational Outcome,” Proposal presented at the International Education Development Forum (IEDF) 2015, Waseda University, Japan, November, 2015. (E)

Language/ Skills

  • English, Japanese
  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

Message to Potential Candidates to Ogawa Seminar

I am Nozomi Shiraishi, a new M1 student who joined Ogawa seminar last April. Ogawa seminar is a stimulating place where you can have many opportunities to go abroad and experience educational development. There are many Ogawa seminar graduates who work to solve problems in developing countries. To be like them, let’s join Ogawa seminar and experience the world!