Multi-Layered and Constructive Framework

step1Participation in International Seminars/Workshops

International seminars and workshops are held in Japan and India in cooperation with partner institutions. The purpose of these seminars/workshops is to improve students’ proficiencies in technical communication and self-assertion in English by presentations and discussions. It is expected, especially through the workshops held in India, to promote the understanding of different cultures and see academic/research/industrial situation in India (e.g. specific difficulties, needs and potentials in each research field) by exchanges of opinions with local students and visiting Japanese companies’ branches in India.

Participation in International Seminars/Workshops

step2Short-term Research in India

Students attend the host institutions in India and are supervised by the professors as members of their laboratories for a certain period of time. Through this research experience, it is expected that students acquire the ability to express their own opinions, understand and summarize different opinions from others, and propose a solution to subjects or tasks in a group discussion.

Short-term Research in India

Step 3, Double Degree programmes, which aim to earn a degree from JAIST as well as a degree from Partner Institution, is under consideration.

Goals and objectives of students' abilities
  • Creation of science and technology for the next generation and core competence derived from state-of-the-art researches
  • Learning knowledge creation process among stakeholders in different regions and cultures
  • Assessing accurate social needs in region and cultivating "intellectually toughness" to challenge global issues and find solutions
JAIST's Internationalized Environment for Education and Research
  • ○Over 30% of the students and more than 20% of the faculties are from abroad.
  • ○The number of Indian students places 2nd among universities in Japan. (The rate of Indian students among all students places 1st.)
  • ○Collaborative education programmes with overseas institutions
  • ○40% of the courses are conducted in English.
  • ○Received highest evaluations for the items such as "Foreign language master programmes" and "International doctorate degrees" in U-Multirank.
Support System for Students
  • ○Comprehensive support by Center for Global Educational Collaboration
    (i.e. guidance before/after studying abroad, immigration formalities, support for risk management, support for career development)
  • ○Placement of a local coordinator at each partner institution in India
JAIST Education System
  • ○Practical education assisting students' career development
  • ○Global education to acquire:
    • -The powers of comprehension in high culture, higher morality, and cultural diversity
    • -Communication skills
    • -Competence to find corporate and academic positions that match students' own expertise
JAIST's Internationalized Environment for Education and Research

Student Voice

Kazuhiro Masuda, D2, School of Knowledge Science
India is experiencing the rapid growth of IT industry and I took a trip to an important hub of the industry, Bengaluru. Behind the prosperity of Bengaluru as known as “The Silicon Valley of India”, there is a presence of academic institutions as facilities for producing superior human resources, and this time I visited Indian Institute of Science (IISc), which is playing a role in those facilities. People in Bengaluru, especially in IISc, are kind and friendly and I felt they are compatible with Japanese. I also visited Japanese companies’ branches in India and could sense a huge surge occurring in India. I assume deepening our understanding of Indian society including their languages, customs and religions will hereafter assist mutual development of both India and Japan. If allowed the opportunity, I would like to visit India again and hold discussions.
Masahiro Kida, M1, School of Knowledge Science
Through visiting India, I could feel the country’s energy from many different angles and got a broad view of my research and future career. Especially, it was a good opportunity to learn approaches of global companies which have operation in India, research activities at a partner institution and social situation there. There seems to be a lot of chances for business and research when we see India in ordinary life in Japan. I feel that a variety of growths of the world can be imagined if countries deepen exchanges each other and I would like to see the world with wide perspective.

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