Development of AgriBio Leaders with an International Perspective

Number of students participating in English SkillsEnhancement Programs (2012-2015)Support in English competenceimprovement while in JapanThe University offers students opportunities to study English while in Japan, for possible study abroad or employment in other countries in the future. To date, roughly 280 students in the School have participated in English Skills Enhancement Programs and are working continually to enhance their foreign language skills to achieve a TOEFL-iBT score of 80.280(240 students enrolled per academic year)Breakdown for #1 (Asia/Oceania)Breakdown for #2 (Europe)Breakdown for #3 (Africa)Breakdown for #4 (Americas)LaosCambodiaTaiwanPhilippinesIndiaSri LankaNepalSingaporeMalaysiaMongoliaSamoaFijiFranceKyrgyzstanEgyptRwandaKenyaTanzaniaMalawiUgandaBrazilPeruUnited States65554331111121532211211361443China – 80Indonesia – 15Myanmar – 13Bangladesh – 8Thailand – 7Afghanistan – 7#1 Other Asia/Oceania – 36#2 Europe – 3#3 Africa – 14#4 Americas – 4ChinaVietnamSouth KoreaIndonesiaMyanmarBangladeshThailandAfghanistanOthers in Asia/Oceania #1Europe #2Africa #3Americas #48035201513877363144International Students at Faculty of Agriculture(as of November 1, 2015)Total: 242SouthKorea20Vietnam – 35University of New South WalesInternational RiceResearch InstituteUniversity of GeorgiaCosta Rica CampusUniversity ofHawaii Manoa CampusUniversity ofCalifornia Davis CampusKansas State UniversitySan José State UniversityKing Mongkut’s Universityof TechnologyCity University of Hong KongUniversity of AgricultureKyushu University6


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