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FY2012 Re-inventing Japan Project

Tokyo Medical and Dental University has won a grant from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science&Technology for the FY2012 Re-inventing Japan Project.


Re-Inventing Japan Project
– Support for the Formation of Collaborative Programs with ASEAN Universities –

The "Re-Inventing Japan Project" Support for the Formation of Collaborative Programs with ASEAN Universities is a funding project that aims to foster human resources capable of being globally active, and to assure the quality of mechanisms for the mutual recognition of credits and grade management through an international framework, by giving financial support to efforts for the formation of collaborative programs with ASEAN universities that conduct study abroad programs for Japanese students and undertakes the strategic acceptance of foreign students.(Excerpt from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science &Technology website)

【Summary of our selected project "Inter-university Exchange Program toward Medical and Dental Networking in Southeast Asia
With the aim of strengthening Japan’s global presence in the fields of medicine and dentistry, Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU) will form a consortium with Chulalongkorn University (CU), University of Indonesia (UI), and the University of Medicine and Pharmacy at Ho Chi Minh City (UMP), establishing a network based on Japan’s strong points in such areas as medical and dental technology, materials, and equipment.

【Contents of the Programs】
●Exchange programs for students
Based on a review of each university’s academic calendar/curriculum/credit transfer system, exchange programs for undergraduate and postgraduate students will be organized with a focus on quality management. Under the supervision of the faculty of host universities, students will receive practical instructions in research and clinical settings, and internship programs outside university (at companies, labs, public health centers and other institutions).
●International seminars and global retreats
To enhance the knowledge and skills of students/young researchers, academic meetings with appropriate themes will be organized in the four countries. Global retreats will be held to inspire interest among young people in international exchange conducive to network formation.

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Selection for the FY2012 Re-Inventing Japan Project

TMDU Re-inventing Japan Project Overview