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On April 24, International exchange students from North America, Europe, Oceania, and Asia, participating in the Hiroshima University Study Abroad Program (HUSA) 2018-2019 conducted a presentation of their Practical Research Group Project titled the “Glocal Leadership Project : Cooperation of University & Local Society ~Self-Support System: Adjustment and Readjustment~”. This became the 2nd Midyear presentation seminar for the Projects.
Seven groups of international exchange students in the HUSA Program 2018-2019 (fifty-three students from 41 universities in 17 countries) reported the progress of their practical group projects in the seminar chaired by the associate professor Naomi Tsunematsu of Morito Institute of Global Higher Education. Students have been undertaking research on various universities’ support system to help students’ adjustment and readjustment since last October.
The seminar was held as open seminar and students received valuable feedback from people from professors, graduate students, international students and Japanese students of Hiroshima University, and municipal government officials. Students gained insights into how they could cooperate with local people.
Together with the project presentation, HUSA students taking the “Globalization Support Internship” conducted a presentation on their international exchange project in Kurahashi Festival in February 2019. Additionally, previous HUSA student who is now studying at Hiroshima University as a graduate student, and also Japanese student who has developed international exchange circle conducted a presentation on their experiences. We are looking forward to the final presentation seminar in July.
- Hiroshima University Study Abroad Program (HUSA 2018-2019) held the 1st Midyear Presentation Seminar on the “Glocal Leadership Project: Cooperation of University & Local Society~Self-Support System: Adjustment and Readjustment~”
- HUSA Program International Student Interns Undertook the “International Exchange Project” in Kurahashi Festival
Students Receiving Feedback
HUSA Program Students Conducting a Presentation
Morito Institute of Global Higher Education