Development of AgriBio Leaders with an International Perspective

-Addressing global-scale issues in cooperation with universities & research institutes worldwide-Quick FactsAbout Kyushu University, Global Human Resources Development ProjectInternational network on the world mapBroaden your horizonsfrom campusThe ratio of international students in the School of Agriculture and theGraduate School of Bioresource and Bioenvironmental SciencesRatio of participants in study abroad programs (2012-2015)Environment thatencourages studying abroad◆Global Human Resources English Training Program Australia University of New South Wales U.S.A University of California, Davis Extension U.S.A San Jose State University◆Problem-based Learning Program for Scientific  Experience at Overseas Universities U.S.A Kansas State University Vietnam Vietnam National University of Agriculture Philippines International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) Thailand King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi U.S.A University of Georgia Costa Rica◆Bilateral Exchange Programs Hong Kong City University of Hong Kong◆Program for Faculty Members U.S.A University of Hawaii at Manoa Australia University of New South Wales U.S.A University of California, Davis ExtensionThe School of Agriculture and the Graduate School of Bioresource and Bioenvironmental Sciences ranks among the highest nationwide in international students, with the total number roughly equivalent to 240 students enrolled per academic year. They represent 31 nations and territories, providing many opportunities for multicultural interaction while studying in Japan.Programs have been organized for students in the School of Agriculture, who are required to devote much of their time to laboratory and research work, providing easier scheduling and content that explores deeper into their academic disciplines, in order to support students hoping to study abroad.One in 5 students in the School have participated in various study abroad programs, from short-term to extended study, and are utilizing their experiences in their scientific research and job-seeking activities.1 out of 720%P.11~12 P.13~14P.16P.15Vietnam National 5


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