At the Graduate School of Engineering, Kyushu University, in 2010, the “School of Engineering International Exchange Support Center” was established with the aim of helping international students and foreign researchers to overcome any problems and pursue their study and research. In 2017, the name was changed to the “International Education Support Center for Engineering” to promote further internationalization. In 2021, the center changed the name to “Center for International Engineering Education”, and it continues to this day.
Kyushu U 3MT Competition
【SJSU-Kyushu Joint Summer Lecture Series】Secure your Digital Future – High Growth Technology and Digital Transformation
Kyushu U 3MT Competition
March 2 – March 18, 2021COIL project with US students at San Jose State University (Japanese language skills required) (for free)
March 15 – March 19, 2021ZTO (Zero-to-One) Innovation Program – doing it the Silicon Valley way (in Japanese language) (for free)
February 16 – March 13, 2021 (every Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday)Guest lectures by entrepreneurs from Silicon Valley (Japanese language) (for free)
We support an English-language “International Undergraduate Program in English” (IUPE), where you can obtain a bachelor’s degree entirely in English. We also offer Japanese language education for international students and foreign researchers, and the Next Enhanced Education Program (NEEP), aimed at improving the ability of young faculty members to conduct classes in English. We are strengthening international education through supporting these programs.
We offer study-abroad information and a number of outbound programs to Japanese students belonging to the School of Engineering and the Faculty of Engineering, and are promoting study abroad. The short-term program ELEP enables students to learn about entrepreneurship and understand the mechanisms of innovation. The short-term program Q²PEC enables students to realise a global mindset and motivation to study abroad. We also plan and implement the engineering global leader training program ANGEL through international collaboration.
A number of short-term inbound programs are offered. These include UQ-JPIE, a program part of the “UQ-KU Project” in collaboration with the University of Queensland (UQ), and the program “Sakura Science Plan” sponsored by the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST). We provide support to encourage international students to understand Japanese industrial technology and business and to study abroad in Japan.
The School of Engineering and Faculty of Engineering hold various international-focused events. You are welcome to join us.
Address：West-4 , Room 203 (located in the Student Affairs Division) , 744 Motooka
Nishi-ku Fukuoka 819-0395,Japan
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