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The Hitachi Global Foundation strives to realize its mission by providing support to promising faculty members at the universities in Southeast Asia through the Hitachi Scholarship. The goals of the program are to promote:
1. Development of human resources of the universities in Southeast Asia contributing to improvement of education, enhancement of collaboration and cooperation among the universities in Southeast Asia and Japan.
2. Development of a collaborative network among university faculty members in Southeast Asia and Japan.
3. Enhancement of cultural understanding and closer relationships among Southeast Asian and Japan.
>>> 02. Program Overview
>>> 03. Change in the Programs
The Hitachi Scholarship consists of the following two programs:
The Hitachi Scholarship Doctoral Program
This program is offered to university faculty members who would like to take a Doctoral Course in science and technology at a Japanese graduate school. The program has been devised to encourage scholars to return to their universities to continue their educational and research pursuits after completion of their studies in Japan. Under the program, a total of 182 faculty members has been invited since 1985.
>>> 04. Guide (Dortral Program 2017)
>>> 05. Form (Dortral Program 2017)
The Hitachi Scholarship Research Fellowship
This program has been devised to encourage university faculty members who would like to conduct short-term post-doctoral research in science and technology. The program has been devised to allow fellows to enhance their professional backgrounds and to promote academic collaboration through development of relations with Japanese universities and institutions. Under the program, a total of 192 faculty members has been invited since 1986.
>>> 06. Guide (Research Fellowship 2017)
>>> 07. Form (Research Fellowship 2017)
Ge4 is an international independent non-profit network of universities established in 1996 for the purpose of connecting global industry and academic institutions. We have been offering competent service and rich experience to higher education institutions and industry by implementing academic mobility of engineers and managers worldwide ever since. The main focus of our activities is student exchanges at all levels, from BSc to PhD, as well as researcher and staff exchanges.
Since our foundation, over 1300 students have taken part in the Ge4 network exchange programs worldwide. We are trying to make a contribution to a mutual understanding between diverse cultures and to stimulate educational and personal development of young academics in an open and friendly environment. We are strongly convinced that global education and academic exchanges, as its integral part, are an important way to create a safer world, cultural diversity and sustainable economy.
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The Graduate School of Science and Engineering’s Master Degree Program offers nine disciplines including four under Engineering Science Major (Mathematics, Pure and Applied Physics, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering) three under Environmental and Urban Engineering Major (Architecture, Civil, Environmental and Applied System Engineering, Chemical, Energy and Environmental Engineering) and two under Chemistry, Materials and Bio-engineering Major (Chemistry and Materials Engineering, Life Science and Biotechnology) in order to endow graduates with specialized knowledge and technological skills. In addition, the Graduate School’s Ph.D. Degree Programs consist of same nine disciplines under Integrated Science and Engineering Major. the programs is designed to endow graduates with exceptional research skills as well as broad knowledge and technological skills that enable them to integrate various research domains.
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The Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA)’s Graduate Study Program was initiated in School Year 1968/1969. Over four decades, the scope of the Graduate Study Program has expanded to include institutional development, networking, and services to enhance graduate education in the region. SEARCA has also been providing services for administration of scholarship funds under the sponsorship of institutions other than SEAMEO.
For more than four decades SEARCA has awarded more than 1,500 scholarships to nationals of SEAMEO regular member countries, namely: Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor-Leste, and Vietnam to pursue advanced studies leading to master’s and doctoral degrees in agriculture, forestry, and related sciences.
For Academic Year 2014-2015, SEARCA has now granted a total of 58 new scholarships, which brings us to a total of 128 current/ongoing scholars, as of February 2015.
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1. Project Title: The Exchange Fellowship Programme read more
Thammasat University and the Chairman of Asian Cooperative Program (ACP) cordially invite you, the students of ACP Consortium member universities, to the Global Study (Learning) program to be held in August/September at Thammasat University, Thailand. In this training program, with the theme of “Disaster Management and Safety, and Environment”, you will study and work together with students from another parts of the glove. For more information please refer to the attached itinerary (tentative, subject to change). On completion of the program you will be awarded 2 credits by Kansai University of International Studies, KUIS. read more
The Universität Leipzig is international. Around 28.500 students from Germany and all over the world are enrolled in a degree programme at the second eldest university in Germany. True to the maxim ‘A Tradition of Crossing Boundaries’ our Alma mater Lipsiensis maintains a great variety of successful international partnerships. The more than 2.800 foreign students are an essential part of the internationalscholarly discourse and a greatsupport for the development of the university into an academic institution beyond boundaries. The Universität Leipzig is all about innovation, interdisciplinarity, and – having 14 faculties – offers a wide range of study and research options. The Universität Leipzig was the “cradle” of many important figures in the fields of philosophy, music, literature, natural and social sciences as well as politics. Nietzsche gained his basic knowledge in philosophy at the Universität Leipzig from 1865 onwards, Wagner’s talent for music was nurtured and broadened here, and Verónica Michelle Bachelet Jeria, the first female President of Chile, started her career in Leipzig pursuing a degree in German and Medical Studies. The Universität Leipzig would be elated to support you on your way. read more