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About Kyushu University and Lund University

Kyushu University

Kyushu University, celebrating its centennial anniversary in 2011, was founded in 1911 as one of the seven imperial universities in Japan. It has been a leader in the academic field not just in Japan but also throughout Asia, and it is one of the nation’s top centers for education and research with approx. 19,000 students (including approx. 2,000 international students) and approx. 8,000 staff members.
Kyushu University is located in Fukuoka City (population: approx. 1.5 million), on the north coast of Japan’s main southern island, and is only a few hours from Shanghai by air. Fukuoka City is called a “Gateway to Asia”, and it has also been chosen as the site for the Swedish team training camp ahead of the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.


Entrance

West Zone

Green House

Center Zone

Open Learning Plaza

West-2

Center Zone

West-4

 

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Lund University

Lund University was founded in 1666 and it has always been at the forefront of innovation with its modern and dynamic approach. Today, Lund University is an international center for research and education. It has evolved into one of the most internationalized universities in Sweden, cooperating worldwide with a great number of universities and research institutions. Lund University has approx. 33,000 students (including approx. 3,500 international students) and approx. 6,800 staff members.
Lund, which is located in the southwest part of Sweden, is about 40 minutes by train from Copenhagen and about 4 hours by train from Stockholm.

 

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