The 4th round table meeting for the CAMPUS Asia program was held!

The 4th round table meeting for the CAMPUS Asia program was held on May 27 in Jinan campus of Shandong University, China. The delegate from Graduate School of Engineering, Nagasaki University was consisted of six faculty members including Prof. Omine, Head of the Course of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Prof. Jun Kyungsoo, Dean of the Graduate School of Water Resources, Sungkyunkwan University also participated in the meeting. From Shandong University, Prof. Liu Jian, Vice Dean of the School of Civil Engineering and Mr. Liu Mingli, Deputy Director the International Office welcomed the delegates from Korea and Japan.


During the meeting, participants discussed about the progress of preparation for upcoming programs and any potential issues to be addressed beforehand. Six-month exchange program based on the credit-transfer system will be starting in the end of August this year. Sungkyunkwan University will also host one-month summer program from the end of July through the middle of August. The double degree program was also covered in the meeting to explore the possibilities for its implementation next year.


The CAMPUS Asia program will fully initiate the trilateral student exchange this year. Summer program will also be hosted by Sungkyunkwan University from the end of July. Shandong University and Nagasaki University have already selected the participating students mainly among undergraduate students. Their comments and feedback will be highly appreciated when they return home. Six-month exchange program is also on progress, preparing for its start in the end of August. Student exchange among China, Korea and Japan will be further encouraged through various types of exchange programs.


Call for Application is Now Open!

The call for application for the Study Abroad Program starting in 2017 is now open. Any graduate student in the 1st year of master’s course of the Graduate School of Engineering is eligible for participating in this program. Students can choose their host university from either Shandong University in China or Sungkyunkwan University in South Korea. We provide substantial financial and academic support to participants in this program. Students can obtain and submit application forms at the general affairs office of the School of Engineering. For further information, please ask staff members in the office who are in charge this Campus Asia Project. We are looking forward to many applications!


Briefing Session of Study Abroad Program was held for graduate students in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Course.

On May 17, Prof. Tada and Prof. Jiang organized a briefing session of the Study Abroad Program starting in September 2017. This session was targeted mainly for graduate students in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Course. The professors explained about the host universities, Shandong University in China and Sungkyunkwan University in South Korea, and shared information about specific study majors, credit transfer system and campus life in these partner universities. The call for application starts on May 22 and ends on May 31.