International Exchange

Rector Dzulkifli Abdul Razak of International Islamic University Malaysia Visits HU

On January 25, 2024, Rector Dzulkifli Abdul Razak of International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) visited Hiroshima University (HU) and engaged in a meeting with HU Executive Vice President for Global Initiatives, Shinji Kaneko. 
During the meeting, they exchanged views on the possibility of cooperation between the two universities in peace studies and sustainability.

IIUM is a comprehensive university established by the Malaysian government in 1983. It is known as an international university, with English used in all undergraduate classes and students and staff from more than 120 countries and regions, reflecting its geographic and cultural diversity.
Rector Razak is the son of Mr. Abdul Razak, a former student from Southeast Asia who survived the atomic bomb in Hiroshima and was awarded an honorary doctorate degree from HU in 2013.

HU has signed 7 inter-university international exchange agreements with 7 institutions and 4 inter-faculty international exchange agreements with 4 institutions in Malaysia. Currently, there are 13 international students from Malaysia studying at HU. This courtesy visit is expected to further promote exchange with IIUM as well as other universities and research institutions in Malaysia.

During the Meeting

Commemorative Photograph (Left: Executive Vice President Kaneko, Right: Rector Razak)

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