Kobe University’s Center for International Education has been conducting the Kobe University Study Program to offer international undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in studying at Japanese universities the opportunity to learn about Japanese culture and history, the education provided at Kobe University, and its location in the Kansai region.
The 2021 Kobe University Winter Study Program will be held online due to the spread of COVID-19. To enable more students to experience lectures at Kobe University, the program will be conducted via a combination of real-time and on-demand lecture videos. We are looking forward to your participation in the program.
1. Program Schedule
(1) Real-time lecture: February 1, 2021 (Mon) at 11:00 ~12:00 (Japan Time)
(2)On-demand distribution of video lectures: February 1, 2021 (Mon) ~ March 31, 2021 (Wed)
2. Eligible Persons
International undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in studying in Japan.
(1) Real-time lecture: Japanese and English
(2) On-demand lectures: English
4. Program Contents
(1) Real-time lecture: Associate Prof. ITAKURA Fumiaki, Graduate School of Intercultural Studies, Kobe University.
Notes: A video of the real-time lecture will be distributed during the program period for those who couldn’t view the live broadcast.
(2) On-demand lectures:
a. Prof. SEKINE Yuki, Graduate School of Law, Kobe University.
b. Prof. NAKAZAWA Minato, Graduate School of Health Sciences, Kobe University
5. Participation Fee
Free of charge
6. How to Apply
Access the URL or press Entry button below and fill out the entry form. An invitation letter will be sent to prospective participants.
①For those who wish to participate in the real-time lecture: January 28, 2021(Thu).
Note: There is a possibillity that you won't be able to participae in the real-time lecture when the capacity is reached.
②For those who wish to watch the videos of the real-time lecture and on-demand lectures: March 31, 2021 (Wed).
For enquiries about this program, please contact the Program Coordination Section,
Center for International Education, Kobe University.
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