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【CAMPUS Asia】Signing Ceremony of the Agreement for the Double Degree Program and its Practice Guidelines for Nurturing Leading Infrastructure Engineers

May 2, 2018

On March 29, 2018, a signing ceremony for Double Degree Program and its Practice Guidelines for Nurturing Leading Infrastructure Engineers was held by three schools at Nagasaki University. The schools were the Graduate School of Engineering, the School of Civil Engineering and School of Environmental Science and Engineering at Shandon University, and the Graduate School of Water Resources at Shungkyunkwan University. This project was adopted in 2016 as the Inter-university Exchange Project (CAMPUS Asia Type-A2) carried out by MEXT.

The Signing of the Double Degree Program and its Practice Guideline was based on the Agreement for Academic Exchange and Cooperation among the three universities signed last year, and was conducted in hopes of deepening the trilateral relationship through mutual cooperation and exchange in education research for graduate education.

Following the adoption of this project in 2017, there has been a student exchange based on the credit transfer system among the three universities. Representatives from each university, who have been working hard to provide high quality education and to foster high-level engineers, gathered at Nagasaki University to conduct the second Consortium Committee for Nurturing Leading Infrastructure Engineers, as well as to hold a signing ceremony for the Double Degree Program. At the beginning of the committee, President Kohno greeted the delegates from two universities, mentioning that the structuring of the double degree program is the significant milestone for the success of nurturing leading infrastructure engineers. Following President Kohno's speech, Professor Shimizu, the Dean of the Graduate School of Engineering, Professor Liu, the Vice Dean of the Graduate School of Civil Engineering, Shandong University, Professor Jun, the Dean of the Graduate School of Water Resources, Sungkyunkwan University gave a speeches, each mentioning their aspirations for better cooperation and strengthening of the trilateral relationship.

In this manner, three schools will strive to flourish graduate education among China, Korea, and Japan to accommodate the needs for globalization, and this project will further develop with stronger mutual communication.

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Signing Ceremony

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Commemorative Photo

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