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Call for Participants to the International Program Information Session!

April 7, 2021

The International Program will be launched in April 2021. International Program is an educational program for students in the School of Design. The program aims to develop the stance, attitudes, and communication skills necessary to work independently in international society and to develop human resources with specialized design knowledge and skills and a sense of identity of their own country. By studying abroad or taking equivalent courses, students will learn approaches, methods, and ideas for design that do not exist in Japan to broaden their scope of design.

If you are interested in the International Program, please join us for an information session.
No prior registration is required, so please come directly to the venue on the day. For more information, please visit the international exchange portal website Geiko Global.

Language: Japanese, English translation available if required

Date

April 7, 2021 (Wednesday) 13:00-14:00

Venue

Room 511, 1st floor, Building 5, Ohashi Campus, Kyushu University

4-9-1 Shiobaru Minami-ku Fukuoka Japan

Target

Second-year students of the School of Design, Kyushu University enrolled in 2020

Contact

International Office, Faculty of Design, Kyushu University

Kyushu University, Ohashi Campus, Administration Building, 3rd Floor
Email: intl-ofc@design.kyushu-u.ac.jp

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Actual results

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QS Ranking 2017-2020 (Art & Design field), Asia region-Japan: Ranked #1

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Number of collaborative research results:44

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Percentage of international students: 20%