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2 Agenda A world class university Why internationalization? The Global 30 Projects in Japan Nagoya University’s E-elements What’s next ?

3 What is a world class university? The NU definition: Cultivate leaders with genuine courage and intellect. We call such leaders 有勇気的知識人. Contribute to the welfare of the world as well as the development of culture, science and technology.

4 Why world class university? Offer new ideas and contribute to innovation Cultural diversity on campus Attracting top talents A global alumni network Competitive in the academia

5 Top 10 Countries for International Student Enrolment at Nagoya University As of May 2010

6 Why internationalization? Fight against key issues in Japan: –The aging population –Low birth rate The students in Japan: –Low mobility –Language Need of international talents Connecting the next generation to the world

7 The Global 30 Project in Japan Mission: Hosting 300,000 international students by 2020 in Japan The launch of “Global 30” Project for Establishing Core Universities for Internationalization by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) 13 universities are selected in the G30 projects in 2009 The impact on Japan’s higher education

8 13 Universities Selected as Global Centers Tohoku University University of Tsukuba Tokyo Area Keio University Sophia University Waseda University Meiji University The University of Tokyo Nagoya University Kyoto Area Kyoto University Doshisha University Ritsumeikan University Osaka University Kyushu University

9 Support from the government Resources for developing international programs 8 Overseas offices Hyderabad (India), Moscow (Russia), Hanoi (Vietnam), Chenisu (Tunisia), Tashkent (Uzbekistan), Cairo (Egypt), Bonn (Germany), Delhi (india) No discrimination of tuition cost for international students ( ca. USD $ 5,600/year)

10 Annual Tuition Fee Comparison (USD$)

11 The “E” elements of internationalization

12 Exchange networks with more than 280 oversea partner institutions Academic Consortium 21 (AC21) Eight oversea liaison offices and research labs

13 NC Technology Partnership of Nagoya Freiburg (Germany) Shanghai Liaison Office (China) Ulan Bator (Mongolia) Tashkent (Uzbekistan) Hanoi (Vietnam) Phnom Penh (Cambodia) = Education and Research Centers for Japanese Law = Technology Transfer Office = Liaison Offices International Presence Satellite Offices

14 Launching international degree programs Recruitment events for degree seeking students worldwide

15 International Programs Starting Oct Undergraduate level Automotive Engineering Fundamental and Applied Physics Chemistry Biological Science Social Science (Economy and Law) Graduate Level Physics and Mathematics Chemistry Biological and Bioagricultural Science Medical Science Economics and Business Administration Languages and Cultures 1) 2)

16 International Competitive Advantages of Nagoya University ISI Essential Science Indicators (2010) 4 Nobel Laureates since 2001 Two in Chemistry (Noyori 2001, Shimomura 2008) Two in Physics (Kobayashi 2008, Masukawa 2008) Physics ranked at 62 Chemistry at 39 Biology/Biochemistry at 90 Materials Science at 69

17 International Competitive Advantages of Nagoya University ISI Essential Science Indicators (2010) 4 Nobel Laureates since 2001 Two in Chemistry (Noyori 2001, Shimomura 2008) Two in Physics (Kobayashi 2008, Masukawa 2008) Physics ranked at 62 Chemistry at 39 Biology/Biochemistry at 90 Materials Science at 69 Dr. Makoto Kobayashi is giving a talk in this afternoon at Shanghai Jiao Tong new campus

18 Setup of admissions office for international programs Evaluate students according to their education backgrounds Admitting students based on various attributes Interview Engineering of admissions : Establishment of new admissions

19 Developed an online admission system Be convenience and environmental friendly Using internet as a marketing tool

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21 To attract & retain international talents Providing career options to students Japanese language training Career development office

22 Accommodation for international students Support & guidance from international student advisors Campus life & cuisine comfortable for international students

23 What’s next? Challenges: – The competitions from universities around the world – Quality control – The classroom cultures Faculty & staff training University development

24 And questions?


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