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Regional Project-Based Learning Crossover Faculties IV gave the final presentations(August 3)

International and Japanese students enrolled in the Regional Project-Based Learning Crossover Faculties IV are collaboratively working in groups to promote Ibaraki prefecture in collaboration with the local municipality.
On Saturday, August 3, students shared their final product in the form of presentations. Their final products will be shared at this Facebook page shortly!

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Extension class for the public audience(August 3)

On Saturday, August 3, the Center for Global Education offered the extension class for the public audience.
At this session, participants had great discussions based on the videos created by our international students.

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Students enrolled in "Japanese Pop Culture B" created videos to introduce "Cool Japan"

Students enrolled in "Japanese Pop Culture B" created videos to introduce "Cool Japan".
Their themes were "karaoke," "beer," "summer," "dagashi ya (penny candy store)", and "convenience store."
The videos will be uploaded on our YouTube page shortly.

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Extension lecture for high school students in Ibaraki(August 1)

On Thursday, August 1, Aoki Sensei and Seo Sensei, our faculty members, gave an extension lecture for high school students in Ibaraki.
In the class entitled "Introduction to Multicultural Symbiosis, high school students extended their understanding through participating in simulation activities and discussions.

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Ibaraki University International Camp Joural

About 70 Japanese and international students from all three campuses of Ibaraki University joined "Ibadai International Camp" on July 6 and 7.
The students enjoyed various activities, campfire, and BBQ, etc.
The Journal of the Ibadai International Camp has now uploaded. Please see the attachment.

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Summer Japanese Language Class at Ami Campus!

This course is open to all international students and researchers affiliated to Ibaraki University, and their family members
Japanese for beginners I

You will acquire Japanese communication skills by learning basic grammar and vocabulary needed for your daily life.

Textbook
From Lesson 9 of “Marugoto Starter (A1) Rikai”
If you haven’t studied until Lesson 9,
please study via online course!
https://minato-jf.jp/ 

Date
8/20 (Tue.)、8/27 (Tue.)、8/29 (Thu.)、
9/3 (Tue.)、9/5 (Thu.)、9/10 (Tue.)、
9/24 (Tue.)、9/26 (Thu.)

Time
14:00~15:30

Venue
Seminar Room C, Kobushi Kaikan, Ami Campus

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"The Regional Project-Based Learning Crossover Faculties IV" just started Instagram

International and Japanese students enrolled in the Regional Project-Based Learning Crossover Faculties IV are collaboratively working in groups to promote Ibaraki prefecture in collaboration with the local municipality.
One of the groups created the Instagram Page to introduce Ibaraki Prefecture from the perspective of students.
Please follow the page as they are planning to introduce photos of Ibaraki and interviews with students at Ibaraki University.
https://www.instagram.com/ibarakistudents/

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2019 7/6 - 7/7 International Exchange Camp (July 6-7)

Ibaraki University students and international exchange students participated in an International Exchange Camp on July 6th and 7th at the National Akagi Youth Friendship Center in Gunma Prefecture. Over 70 students from various countries took part in activities such as volleyball, Kin-Ball, walk rally, cloisonne making, and chopsticks making on the first day’s afternoon. In the evening, students enjoyed campfire and games. On the second day, they cooked barbecue and yakisoba, stir-fried noodles.

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Regional Project-Based Learning Crossover Faculties IV gave mid-term presentations(June 26)

On Wednesday, June 26, international and Japanese students enrolled in the Regional Project-Based Learning Crossover Faculties IV gave mid-term presentations. This class is a Project-Based Learning (PBL) course in which Japanese and international students work together in groups to promote Ibaraki prefecture in collaboration with the local municipality. In this mid-term presentation, in addition to the staff member from the Ibaraki Prefectural Government, staff members of the Mito Tourism Association and delegates from Anaheim City, USA, which is a sister city of Mito also joined!

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From Anaheim City, USA(June 26)

On Wednesday, June 26, student delegates from Anaheim City, USA, which is a sister city of Mito, visited Ibaraki University. During the visit, our international students and Japanese students discussed with student delegates at the Library Cafe.

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"Japanese Pop Culture A" poster presentation(June 7)

On Friday, June 7, students enrolled in the "Japanese Pop Culture A" gave poster presentations on their field trip to Oarai. In their presentations, they shared information about how "GIRLS und PANZER" influenced Oarai.

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Regional Project Based Learning Crossover Faculties Ⅳ(May 29)

On Wednesday, May 29, in the class of "Regional Project Based Learning Crossover Faculties Ⅳ" offered by the faulty members of Center for Global Education, we invited staff members from the International Tourist Division, Ibaraki Prefectural Government to learn the current promotional situation of Ibaraki.

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Regional Project Based Learning Crossover Faculties Ⅳ (May 22)

The Center for Global Education offers the class entitled "Regional Project Based Learning Crossover Faculties Ⅳ." In this intensive class, Japanese and international students will work together in groups to promote Ibaraki prefecture in collaboration with the local municipality. In this first lesson, they discussed what they know about Ibaraki and how they cam promote Ibaraki to the world.

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Agricultural Experience(Wednesday, May 15)

2019 May.15  Exchange students traveled to the Center for International Field Agriculture Research & Education at Ami Campus today, to take part in an "Agricultural Experience" as part of the Japanese Field Studies class. With the cooperation of Center Director Komatsuzaki-sensei and Sato-sensei (Director, Center for Global Education) exchange students were treated to an actual rice planting experience and later feasted on some delicious Onigiris (rice balls).

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Information Seminar on Our Study-Abroad Program(Wednesday, May 15)

On Wednesday, May 15, we organized the information seminar about our study-abroad program. At the seminar, our faculty members introduced various short-term study-abroad programs as well as our exchange program. Students who have been to abroad also shared their experiences of studying abroad.
After the information seminar, we organized the salon for Studying Abroad. Students who went abroad and exchange students from our affiliated universities shared their experiences to students who would like to go abroad.

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Information Seminar on Volunteering Opportunities Abroad and TOEFL(Monday, May 13)

On Monday, May 13, a staff member of the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) gave a talk on volunteering opportunities abroad and TOEFL. After the session, we also organized a consultation session for those who wish to go abroad.

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Level 3 class of the Japanese Language Training Course gave a poster presentation

During the lunch break on Tuesday, May 14, exchange students who enrolled in Level 3 class of the Japanese Language Training Course gave a poster presentation on their home universities.

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<Deadline has been extended>International Exchange Camp

<Deadline has been extended>

Ibaraki University will host an International Exchange Camp. Please apply from the website below.
【Date】July 6 - 7
【Fee】1000 yen + Activity fee
【Application Period】April 22 12:00 -May 9 23:59

※Applications will be accepted on a first-come-first served basis.

(Mito Campus Students)
⇒Application Form

(Hitachi Campus Students)
⇒Application Form

(Ami Campus Students)
⇒Application Form

If you cannot apply for International Exchange camp from the website above, please apply from the website below.
⇒Application Form

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Studying Malay Language at Ibaraki University

We started learning Malay language together at Ibaraki University.
In this session, we meet once a week every Wednesday. International students from Malaysia and Brunei, and Japanese students who have studied Malay language teach us Malay.

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Japanese Language Classes at Ami Campus

The Center for Global Education at Ibaraki University offers Japanese language classes at Ami campus each semester, which are open to all international students and researchers affiliated to Ibaraki University, and their family members.
To attend the course, please send an e-mail message to Seo sensei, masaki.seo.ms★vc.ibaraki.ac.jp (replace ★→@ please) and come to the classroom.

The following classes will be offered this semester:
(Please take a look at the attached flyer for more information about classes)
※ All classes will be held at Seminar Room C, Kobushi Kaikan.

Japanese for pure beginners
(Start on Tuesday, May 7)
Time & Day: Tuesday and Thursday, 14:00-15:00
※ Please note that this class is twice a week.

Japanese for beginners I
(Start on Monday, May 13)
Time & Day: Monday, 17:00-18:00

Japanese for beginners II
(Start on Monday, May 13)
Time & Day: Monday, 16:00-17:00

Intermediate Japanese
(Start on Monday, May 13)
Time & Day: Monday, 15:00-16:00

For more information about the classes, please do not hesitate to contact Seo Sensei,
masaki.seo.ms★vc.ibaraki.ac.jp
(replace ★→@ please).

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International Exchange Camp Participants Wanted!

Ibaraki University will host an International Exchange Camp.
Please apply from the website below.

【Date】July 6 - 7
【Fee】 1000 yen + Activity fee
【Application Period】 April 22 12:00 -May 8 12:00
※ Applications will be accepted on a first-come-first served basis.

 

Mito Campus Students ⇒ Click here to apply (Mito)

Hitachi Campus Students ⇒ Click here to apply (Hitachi)

Ami Campus Students ⇒ Click here to apply (Ami)

 

【Inquiry】
International Exchange Division
TEL:029-228-8533
E-mail: ioiu★ml.ibaraki.ac.jp
(Please replace ★ → @ )

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Japanese Language Classes (non-credit) at Ami Campus

Japanese Language Classes (non-credit) at Ami Campus

The Center for Global Education, Ibaraki University, offers Japanese language classes (non-credit) to all international students and researchers affiliated with Ibaraki University, and their family members at Ami Campus.

 

If you would like to take the Japanese language classes, please fill in the following form by Friday, April 26.
https://forms.gle/PcesbkEgNorB28PW9

We will arrange the time/day and the content of the classes based on schedule and interest of students at Ami campus.
The classes will begin in the week of May 6.

 

If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact Seo Sensei.

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Orientation for incoming international students

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【Orientation for incoming international students】

On Tuesday, April 9, we organized the orientation for incoming international students and tutors (student buddies). At the orientation, international students received information about student support, scholarship, national health insurance, and part-time work. In the second section of the orientation, international students learned about the Academic Japanese classes offered by the Center for Global Education while tutors received the information about their tutoring activities.

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Guidance for Continuing Exchange Students

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On Friday, April 5, we organized and guidance for continuing exchange students from the previous semester. At the guidance, we shared the information about the classes this semester and registration process.
The classes will start on Wednesday, April 10.
Hope all of you have a wonderful semester!

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Orientation for the Japanese Langauge Training Course at Mito Campus

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On Friday, April 5, we organized the orientation, placement test, meeting with the student buddies, and campus tour for incoming exchange students.
The classes will begin on Wednesday, April 10!

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Orientation for incoming exchange students

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We organized the orientation for incoming exchange students. At the orientation, our student supporters helped exchange students fill-in the application forms that they need to submit to the Mito City Hall.