Seize this unique and exclusive opportunity!
Limited slots available, register now!
The tentative programme includes the following:1) Seminar on “Enhancing Regional Cooperation and Development: Collaboration Initiatives between Japanese and Southeast Asian Higher Education Institutions”
- Designed for academic leaders and university executives from both Japanese and Southeast Asian higher education institutions to exchange views on the theme, as well as to explore and build networks for future collaboration.
2) Institutional Visits to Leading Universities
- Kansai University
- Research Center for Medical, Pharmaceutical and Engineering Sciences
- Research Center for Community Regeneration
- Kobe University
- Innovation in Advanced and Assistive Technology for Aging Societies and Disabilities
- Innovative Bio Production Kobe Project
- Kyoto University
- Value Creating Design Hub for Super-Ageing Societies
- Center for Southeast Asian Studies
- Osaka University
- Center for Information and Neural Networks
- Section for Future Design, Center for Open Innovation Research and Education
- Ritsumeikan University
- Institute for Disaster Mitigation for Urban Cultural Heritage
3) A Special Visit to the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake Memorial and a private company in the area of technological innovation
4) Guided Tours to Cultural Heritage Sites
- Nijo Castle
- Osaka Castle
Under the overarching theme of Technology Innovation and Social Engagement for Sustainable Development, the study visit will highlight the following areas:
- Assistive Technology for Inclusive and Ageing Societies
- Innovation for Environmentally Sustainable Societies
- Disaster Preparedness and Management
- Preservation of Cultural Heritage
- Research Collaboration
WHO CAN APPLY?
The programme is tailored for university executives, administrators and faculty members from higher education institutions in Southeast Asia with an extensive background and expertise in teaching and research in topics of technology for ageing society, environmental innovation, disaster risk reduction and cultural preservation.The group will consist of a maximum of 20 participants catered on a first-come, first served basis.
Participation to the 1st SEAMEO RIHED-JANU Seminar and Study Visit to Japan is on a fee-paying basis. Payments made before 22 April 2019 will benefit from the early-bird rate of 2,100 USD while payments made after 22 April 2019 and no later than 3 May 2019 will be in the amount of the regular rate of 2,400 USD.
Registration Deadline: 3 May 2019
Early-Bird Payment Deadline (2,100 USD): 22 April 2019
Regular Payment Deadline (2,400 USD): 3 May 2019
This price includes:
- Seminar Registration and Participation
- Institutional Visits to Leading Universities
- 6 nights’ Accommodation in Hotels with Breakfast
- 2 Official Dinners Hosted by the Organisers
- Domestic Transportation in Japan
- Guided-Visits to Leading Research Facilities, Industry and Unique Cultural Heritage Sites
- English-Speaking guides
- Printed Materials
- A Certificate of Participation
Official Invitation letters may be provided by the organisers for visa application and other purposes upon request.
This price does not include:
- Airport Transfer to/from Kansai International Airport\
- Travel and Health Insurance
- Visa Application Fees
- Other Personal-Related Expenses
For more information, please contact:
Kohei Yamada (Mr.)
Christelle Mae Agustin (Ms.)
SEAMEO RIHED Office
Social Media (Facebook): https://www.facebook.com/seameo.rihed
Tel: +662 644 9856 – 62