International Student Recruitment National Central University, Taiwan
Tokyo Tech will host two exciting exchange programs for the 2016-2017 academic year: the YSEP (Young Scientist Exchange Program) for senior/final-year undergraduate students and master’s students, and the ACAP (Academic Cooperation Agreement Program) for both undergraduate (second year or above) and graduate-level students.
The OeAD supports scholars from all over the world, from bachelor students to researchers. Among st our scholars are both students who pursue their degree program in Austria and researchers who only visit Austria for a few days.
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These programs are designed for students from Universitas Gadjah Mada who intend to study at Kanazawa University for a period of more than six months up to one year. While remaining enrolled at their home institutions, they study in a non-degree program at Kanazawa University for the purpose of taking credited classes or participating in independent research under the guidance of a supervisor.
Tokyo University of Foreign Studies has International Student Exchange Program of Tokyo University of Foreign Studies: ISEPTUFS.
The ISEPTUFS program is a one-year short-term exchange program designed for international students, as well as Japanese students. The program provides students with the opportunity to study in Japan and helps them to acquire a firm understanding of Japan and the international community. Meanwhile, the program aims to promote meaningful cultural exchange and to contribute to the cultivation of outstanding professionals with international backgrounds.
University Leadership and Management Training Programme (UNILEAD) is an English speaking programme of Continuing Education Management at the Carl von Ossietzky University in Oldenburg (Germany) and was developed in cooperation with the DAAD and the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (Port Elizabeth, South Africa). It is part of DAAD‘s DIES programme and has been carried out at the University of ldenburg since the year 2008. Lately UNILEAD is also performed in Colombia, Egypt, Vietnam, and South East Asia.
DAAD has opened several Scholarships for doctoral and postdoc level departure in 2016, namely:
In order to support the human development programs of selected universities in Southeast Asia and to enhance collaborative research between such universities and universities in Japan and support the university faculty members who hope to study or conduct research at Japanese graduate schools or Institution. The Hithachi Global Foundation present :
The Hitachi Scholarship Program
This program is offered to university faculty members who would like to take a Doctoral Course in science & 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 this program, we have invited a total of 179 faculty members since 1985.
For more information [Download: Guide_(Hitachi_Scholarship_2016)]
Filled application from [Download: Form_(Hitachi_Scholarship_2016)]
We are pleased to announce that Ibaraki University is inviting applications for Ibaraki University Exchange Program for 2016. We are accepting a few full-time undergraduate and/or graduate students from your institution under the student exchange agreement between Ibaraki University and Universitas Gadjah Mada.
Applicants must be full-time undergraduate/graduate students Of Universitas Gadjah Mada.
TUFS Short Stay Winter Program 2016
This four-week intensive program is aimed at learners of Japanese language who are currently enrolled in our partner universities. Our courses are designed to be practical ones providing the participants hands-on exposure to everyday Japanese language through lectures and activities to be immersed in Japanese culture and society.
Classes will be divided according to the Japanese language proficiency of the participants and every course is designed to fulfill the needs of participants at different levels. Each class will consist of a small number of participants – 12 or less. While supporting the participants to improve their Japanese language skills, this program will provide invaluable opportunities to experience the real Japan.
This program includes various off-campus activities – a two day excursion to Kanto area and other culture-experience opportunities will broaden the participants’ understanding of Japanese culture. In addition, with the support from TUFS International Student Support Association, the participants will be offered on-campus activities as well – tea ceremony, Kimono try-on, flower arrangement, calligraphy, Go class and etc. Many opportunities to interact with TUFS Japanese students will also be offered throughout the program.
This course is designed to improve the learners’ basic communication skills through studying vocabulary and grammar, practicing conversation in different situations, using Japanese language in real life, and making a speech in easy Japanese.
Study Trip & Japanese Culture Experience
Academic Records, Certificate of Completion & Academic Credits