Chevening Scholarship – UK
with Embassy of the United Kingdom and alumni of Chevening Scholarship
Date: Thursday, 31 August 2017
Time: 10.00 – 12.00 AM
Venue: 2nd Floor, Room 2.2 Central Building Faculty of Engineering UGM
*Limited seats only for the first 80 attending participants
“The Demise of Japanese Bureaucracy”
The lecture will be conducted by Prof. Fumio Isoda from Nagoya University.
Date: Thursday, 7 September 2017
Time: 14.30 WIB
Place: East Seminar Room, FISIPOL UGM
JOB OPPORTUNITY URGENTLY REQUIRED
Global Engagement Office FISIPOL UGM is currently seeking interns for the following positions:
– Minimum a third-year undergraduate student
– Majors in Law
– Has basic knowledge of contract drafting
– Willing to learn and receive critiques
– Minimum a third-year undergraduate student
– Preferably majors in Communication Studies
– Possession of creative flair
– Experienced in handling social media
– Familiar with Graphic Design Software (Photoshop, Illustrator, Corel Draw, etc)
STUDENT MOBILITY INTERN
– FISIPOL UGM student (any semester, any major)
– Good interpersonal and communication skills
– Preferably having an experience going abroad
– Interested in learning about international student services
All applicants must possess these GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
– Fluent in English
– Capable of working as a team
– Has strong attention to details
Interested applicants, please send a motivation letter and CV (both in English) to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “[LEGAL / MEDIA / STUDENT MOBILITY] Intern Application”, no later than 4 September 2017
Only short-listed candidates would be invited for an interview.
Students from partner universities can study at APU for one semester or one year under the student exchange agreements. APU currently accepting the nominations and applications for 2018 Spring exchange program
For further information, please go to: http://en.apu.ac.jp/academic/page/content0166.html/?c=0611
Fact Sheet : 2018_Exchange_Program_Fact_Sheet
(1) 2018 Spring semester (April, 2018- )
*Duration of study abroad at Meiji (excluding arrival dates, orientations.) Subject to change.
April 2018 – July 2018 (one semester only)
April 2018 – February 2019 (one year)*Online application: August 22 – September 28, 2017
*Send application materials via courier to Meiji: August 22 – October 12, 2017All applicants for 2018 spring semester are required to complete the online application by September 28. To complete the application, application materials must be sent via courier to Meiji by October 12 after the online application. Also, please send the application for COE as an Excel document to email@example.com
(2) 2018 Fall semester (September, 2018- )
*Duration of study abroad at Meiji (excluding arrival dates, orientations). Subject to change.
September 2018 – February 2019 (one semester only)
September 2018 – July 2019 (one year)*Online application: January 16 – February 22, 2018
*Send application materials via courier to Meiji: January 16 – March 8, 2018All applicants for 2018 fall semester are required to complete the online application by February 22. To complete the application, application materials must be sent via courier to Meiji by March 8 after the online application. Also, please send the application for COE as an Excel document to firstname.lastname@example.org
NO application is accepted after the deadline.
Duration of study abroad at Meiji (one semester or one year) and preferred school must be decided before applying for the program. They cannot be changed after the online application.
[Scholarship is offered for this program]
The Nagoya University Program for Academic Exchange (NUPACE), established in February 1996, is a short-term student exchange program, through which international students enrolled at Nagoya University’s partner institutions are given the opportunity to study in Japan for four to twelve months. The program aims to forge friendships that extend beyond borders, internationalize through education, and motivate overseas students to pursue more extensive studies with regard to Japan. The NUPACE academic year runs from late September to August of the following year, and students are offered a choice of two admission periods: late September or early April.
As to the program itself: NUPACE offers a unique and flexible curriculum consisting of Japanese language instruction, Japan area/intercultural studies and a wide range of courses in the student’s major field of study. In principle, the medium of instruction is English. Provided that students meet the minimum requirement of fifteen credits per semester, they are free to design their own curriculum, balancing their interest in Japanese language and Japan area/intercultural studies with their desire to pursue their ‘major’ or independent research. Guided research is also available as a study option. Furthermore, students who are proficient in Japanese are eligible to register for any course offered to degree-seeking students at Nagoya University.
For further information:https://nupace.iee.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/