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Winter Schools

 

Summer Program 2020 is now postponed to February 2021
Ochanomizu University (Tokyo)

Ocha Summer Program for Global Leaders - February 6th - 20th, 2021

The provided courses are: 

  1. Culture and Society Course
  2. Japanese Language Course


Please navigate to the program page for detailed information on each course and the program.

Application:
Interested TU Wien students have to get in touch with JASEC (jasec@tuwien.ac.at) prior to applying at Ochanomizu University as all applicants have to be nominated by JASEC!  

Eligibility:
All TU Wien students who are currently enrolled (undergraduate and graduate students)

Internal Application Deadline:
Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Application Documents:
Confirmation of Registration at TU Wien (Studienbestätigung),
Academic Transcript (Sammelzeugnis),
Passport Copy,
Motivation Letter and CV

Costs & Scholarship:
Tuition fee is waived for TU Wien students.
However, an application fee of JPY 10.000 (~ EUR 80,-) has to be paid by each applicant.
Travelling costs to Tokyo, accommodation fee, and living costs (daily meal, transportation from the accommodation to Ochanomizu University, etc.) must be paid by students.
Depending on circumstances, scholarships may be awarded to selected students.

Download the program folder here for detailed information!

For further information, please check the program web site:
http://www.cf.ocha.ac.jp/summerprogram/index.html

Global PBL in Japan
Scholarship Supported Workshop in Tokyo at Shibaura Institute of Technology

Students from Japan and overseas partner universities working as tag teams will discuss and solve problems presented by Japanese corporations and organizations. 
Program period: Dec. 11 - Dec. 21, 2019

GLOBAL PBL at Shibaura Institute of Technology in Japan

Global PBL (Project based learning) is an extraordinary program for students from across Japan and around the world. 

What is Global PBL?

Students from Japan and overseas partner universities working as tag teams will discuss and solve problems presented by Japanese corporations and organizations. SIT encourages students to be engaged in acquiring problem solving capabilities, systems thinking, and systems management skills through this problem solving experience. Companies who join this program will come into contact with fresh ideas by working with these young people. This will also allow them the potential to develop human resources for their businesses.

Program outline

Number of participants: 80 students including 40 from overseas and 40 from Japan
Date: Wednesday, December 11 through Saturday, December 21 (11 days 10 nights)
Place: SIT Omiya Campus, Saitama Pref.
Accommodation:
Hotel Metropolitan Saitama-Shintoshin, Hotel Sunvalley Nasu
Field trip: Nasu, Tochigi Pref.
Scholarship: SIT Scholarship (Maximum JPY 80,000)
Scholarship will be provided by the screening result.
Estimated expenses: About JPY 135.000
Estimated expenses include: session fee, all accommodation fee, round-trip transportation fee from the Hotel to Omiya campus and round-trip transportation fee on the field trip and general meals for lunch and supper during your stay.

Application

The application form must be submitted through  JASEC to Global Learning Commons, Omiya Campus.

E-mail: jasec@tuwien.ac.at

Deadline: August 26, 2019

(Application flow)

1. Consult with JASEC (jasec@tuwien.ac.at) at TU Wien

2. Fill out all the necessary documents in English and submit them to SIT ONLY through JASEC.

3. Receive an email with letter of acceptance from SIT through JASEC.

Note:

Applicants are NOT guaranteed acceptance into this program.

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