Kyushu University has been selected as the official Japanese national university for Study in Japan Global Network Project (the J-MENA project, in short), which stands for Japan- Middle East and North Africa. The project is fully funded and supported by the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology (MEXT). The project aims to double the number of international students arriving from the MENA area to study at Japanese national universities. To accomplish this target, we have launched the J-MENA project and have chosen Ankara as its headquarters.
This event has been organized among one of the project activities. Kyushu University will be introduced regarding research opportunities to everyone who wishes to study in Japan.
The J-MENA project welcomes anyone interested in studying in Japan. The event is not limited to prospective students from the Middle East and North Africa regions.
|Target||General, Current students and staff, Others|
|Dates||2021.12.14 [Tue] 17:00 – 18:00|
|Venue name||Zoom Meeting|
|Seating capacity||300 people, in order of arrival|
|Participation fee||Free of charge|
|Event details||Date: December 14, 2021
Speaker: William J. Potscavage, Jr.
Science Communicator, Kyushu University
What's the seminar about?
An overview of the various ways researchers at Kyushu University are using technology, chemistry, physics, and materials science to make innovations that address environmental and energy issues.
Advanced registration required|
2021.12.09 [Thu] –
Name: International Strategies Office
|Publishing period||2021.12.10 [Fri] –|