A Doctoral student from India, Mr.Abhijeet Ravankar shared us his unique opprtunity to meet the First Lady of Japan. He is curently studying at the Laboratory of Robotics and Dynamics, Division of Human Mechanical Systems and Design. Here is the report written by Mr. Abhijeet. As a student representative of Hokkaido University, I had the opportunity to meet the First Lady of Japan, Mrs. Abe Akie, at the Prime Minister’s residence (Shusho Kotei) in Tokyo on December 2, 2016. 24 international students representing 15 Japanese universities joined the meeting with the First Lady. Mrs. Abe had personally organized the meeting to interact with the international students on topics of international and … Continued
7 students from South Korea, who joined “Japan-Korea Joint Government Scholarship Program in Science and Engineering Departments” last October, have completed their preliminary course for Bachelor’s program. The certificate of course completion was awarded by Dean Nawa to each student on Thursday, February 16th 2017. All seven students gave a short speech in Japanese and shared their ambitions for the coming academic year. We wish all of them the best of luck!
IAOE is please to share the upcoming event organized by Division of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Office for International Academic Support (OIAS), and Support Office for Female Researchers (FResHU). Please note this event will be conducted in English. Admission is free and registration is not required. We welcome all students, faculty members and others who are interested in science. Title: Women, Gender and Development: The Philippine Experience Speaker: Prof. Amelia Guevara, University of the Philippines Diliman Date: Monday, February 13, 2017 Time 16:30-17:30 Venue: Room N-308, 3rd Floor, Main Building (Hokkaido University Museum), Faculty of Science Inquiry: OIAS（Tel: 2915)
NPO法人 アジアの留学生等を応援する会 (NPO the Supporter for International Students from Asian Countries) has arranged another event for Asian students studying at universities in Sapporo to experience factory tours and international exchange with the elementary school students. This NPO was organized to let the Asian students in Sapporo to experience popular outdoor activity in Hokkaido together with local Japanese, and funded by Nitori Hokkaido Aid Fund. They particularly seek for the university students from Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam who can have simple conversation in Japanese. The event will be held on Tues.Febrary 28, 2017. If you are eligible and interested, please check the details on the flier, and forward the … Continued
Assistant Prof. Somchai Pornchaiviat and 10 students from Department of Industrial Engineering, Faculty of Engineering at Kingmongkut’s Univeristy of Technology, North Bangkok visited the Faculty of Engineering on Tues., January 17th. Coordinator Natalya SHMAKOVA gave a brief overview of Hokkaido University and e3 English Engineering Education program. The group then visited Laboratory of Energy Conversion Systems, Division of Energy and Environmental Systems. They listened to the explanation about the research topics by Assoc. Prof. Tabe, and looked experimental equipment of the laboratory with great interest.
IAOE is please to share the upcoming event organized by the Office for International Academic Support(OIAS), Faculty of Science, Arctic Research Center and the Hokkaido University Museum. Please note that all talk and discussion will be conducted in English. sh. Admission is free and registration is not required. We welcome all students, faculty members and others who are interested in science. Speaker: Dr. Steve Vance (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA at Caltech, USA) Venue: 1st Floor, Seminar Room, The Hokkaido University Museum Title and schedule: “NASA’s Mission to Europa, A Potentially Habitable Ocean World” Thursday, January 19, 2016, 5:30PM “Vital Signs: Seismology of Europa and Other Ocean Worlds” Friday, January 20, 2016, 2:00PM
Prof. Young-Ho CHO, Dean, Office of External Cooperations /Director, International Language Education Center/ Professor of Japanese Language and Literature at Dong-eui University, South Korea visited Faculty of Engineering on Wed., January 11th to further discuss future joint symposium with Dean NAWA and Assoc. Prof. Yuji YAMAUCHI.
A group from Indian Institute of Technology (IITH) visited our faculties on Friday, December 2. This visit was to conclude the academic exchange agreement between IITH, and Graduate School and School of Engineering, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, and Graduate School of Chemical Sciences and Engineering, Hokkaido University. The agreement was signed by Prof. U B Desai, Director of IITH and three Deans: Dean Nawa, Dean Miyanaga, and Dean Ohkuma. This is our first agreement signed with a school in India. A brief introduction of each school was presented by Prof. Desai and Prof. Osamu Fujita, from International Exchange Office. Then, the Deans introduced each graduate school after the signing … Continued
====================================================================== トビタテ！留学ＪＡＰＡＮ」日本代表プログラム第7期生の募集開始！ ====================================================================== ★トビタテの魅力！ ・インターンやボランティア留学も対象！ ・世界80ヶ国以上へ飛び立つ全国500人の同期ができる！ ・2,000人のトビタテ生の先輩とのネットワーク ・経済界のトップや若手経営者等、豪華講師陣による研修もある！ ・企業インターンや勉強会等、留学後も広がる育成の機会！ ★対象 2017年8月18日～2018年3月31日までに留学開始を予定している学生 ★留学期間 28日以上～2年以内の留学 ★トビタテ！説明動画 トビタテ！の魅力と概要が分かる説明動画を是非ご覧ください！ ★工学しめ切り 2017年2月8日（水） ====================================================================== 「トビタテ！留学ＪＡＰＡＮ」日本代表プログラム 第7期説明会開催！ ====================================================================== 第7期説明会を開催します！当日はトビタテ生の体験談を聞ける機会もありますので、 是非お気軽にご参加ください！ ★実施スケジュール 12/8（木） 17:00～19:00 京都会場 ［京都大学 吉田キャンパス 薬学部構内］ 12/12（月）17:00～19:00 東京会場 ［文部科学省］ ※トビタテ生の体験談やワークにできるだけ時間を割きたいと思いますので、 トビタテの概要説明は第7期募集用動画にて事前にご確認の上、ご参加ください。 ★内容（予定） ・7期概要説明（簡易） ・トビタテ生の体験談 ・留学計画作成ワーク ・留学計画ガイダンス ・質疑応答 ★申込方法 参加を希望される方は、こちらのフォームよりお申し込みください。 ※定員に達し次第、締切りとなります。お早めにお申込みください。 ※事務局より、内容確認のメール（自動返信）はありません。事務 局より特段連絡がない場合は、ご参加いただけるものとお考えくだ さい。 ※当日の受付は、開始時間の15分前から開始します。 ====================================================================== トビタテ生主催イベントのご紹介 ====================================================================== ■「トビタテ×企業」～トビタテ生と企業が本音で語る留学の価値～■ 就活を終えたトビタテ生と「トヨタ自動車」＆「豊田通商」による特別講演会！ 留学＆就活の先輩によるぶっちゃけ話と、企業から見た「留学の価値」は必聴です！ 詳細はこちらから プログラム： 第１部 講演会 企業講演・トビタテ生によるパネルディスカッション・ワークショップ 第２部 交流会 トビタテ生や企業の方々、他の参加者の方と お菓子をつまみながら交流しよう（参加費500円) 日時：12/8(木) 17:00～21:00 ※16:30受付開始 会場：中京大学 名古屋キャンパス 対象：高校生～大学生、保護者、学校関係者 申込はこちらから
GiFT2016 is an online forum for world students, standing for Global Issues Forum for Tomorrow. The event distributes 2 hour live broadcast on YouTube from 8 p.m. on Sunday, November 27, 2016. The discussion themes for this years are “How can you reduce your garbage?” and “What actions are you taking to respond to global warming?”. You can join the discussion on Facebook before the broadcasting! GiFT is one of the exciting events of the Sustainability Weeks that high school and college students can exchange opinions via YouTube Live and an online discussion forum. The Sustainability Weeks is part of the Hokkaido University’s annual social contribution to help create a sustainable society. From Graduate … Continued
NPO法人 アジアの留学生等を応援する会 (NPO the Supporter for International Students from Asian Countries) has arranged another event for Asian students studying at universities in Sapporo to enjoy winter activities in Hokkaido at Napal Fukagawa, Hokkaido Youth Outdoor Learning Center. This NPO was organized to let Asian students in Sapporo to get out from the campus and visit regional Hokkaido together with local Japanese people, and funded by Nitori Hokkaido Aid Fund. This event will be held on Sun. December 18 (Participation fee: 1000 yen) . They particularly seek for the university students from Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Laos, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Mongolia and Myanmar who can have easy daily conversation in Japanese. *** Please refrain from applying if you … Continued