2017 Introduction to Overseas Training for Global Scientists and Engineers4D

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Takada Jun-Ichi  Shirabe Masashi  Ota Eri  Murakami Rie 
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Course description and aims

This course is for providing credit for study-abroad experience with the period of more than 8 weeks.
This course is opened for first and second year undergraduate students.
It is aimed that through oversea experience, one can obtain skills mentioned in the goal below.

Student learning outcomes

1) Student will be able to live in different environment from his/her origin based on their field of expertise.
2) Student will be able to make decision and action to overcome difficult situation while conducting his/her responsible work.
3) Student will be able to develop multicultural understanding, accept one's ideas/thoughts and express his/her opinions.
4) Student will be able to understand ethics as scientists/engineers/technicians in various environment.
5) Student will be able to develop team work and coordination skills to solve problems in order to work in different places in science and engineering field.


Risk Management, Practical Skill, Decision Making, Problem Finding and Solving, Multicultural Understanding
Global Scientists and Engineers Course Study Abroad or International Internship Program

Competencies that will be developed

Intercultural skills Communication skills Specialist skills Critical thinking skills Practical and/or problem-solving skills

Class flow

This course is to make assessment for study-abroad experience.

Course schedule/Required learning

  Course schedule Required learning
Class 1 This course is to make assessment for study-abroad experience. N/A



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Assessment criteria and methods

Pass/Fail based on Report
The report should contain:
1) the purpose of the program, 2) the schedule, 3) an outline of the program, 4) activity details (debates, seminars, lectures, activities on site), 5) how the student's own expertise and this program resulted in the cultivation of abilities targeted by the program or what activities will be pursued to develop such abilities in the future, and 6) other closing remarks
Report length: 5 to 10 pages in A4 (including images, photos, etc.), 10.5 pt.

Related courses

  • LAW.X332 : Introduction to Overseas Training for Global Scientists and Engineers4D

Prerequisites (i.e., required knowledge, skills, courses, etc.)

It is preferable that one is registed for Global Scientists and Engineers Course.

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