2018年11月の記事一覧

Joint Seminar in Malaysia 2018

*Application period is closed for this year. Thank you.

Our joint course by University of Tsukuba and MJIIT is held at Kuala Lumpur campus at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia every February. This February, we are recruiting undergraduate and graduate level students who will participate in our Joint Seminar at MJIIT-UTM in KL, Malaysia. Up to JPY 100,000 will be covered by program for your airfare and accomodation in Malaysia.

 

We are recruiting...

  • Undergraduate students who are interested in applying for our JMSES program
  • Graduate students who are able to discuss about tropical environmental studies and issues to be soled in tropical Asia

 

Date: 19 to 25 February, 2019  (including flight)
Application forms can be donloaded from here.

PDFengWORDeng  *11/30 updated

Deadline: 5PM Friday 14th December

Contacts: 

Office of JMSES at 103 Laboratory for Environmental Disaster Prevention Research

E-mail: jmses@outlook.jp

 

For other undergraduate students, you are able to apply for "International Study Group Project with Universiti Teknologi Malaysia 2018" which is recruited by Global Commons. Please go to Global Commons Website and apply for it.

 

2 Open Lecture by Professor Dato' Seri Zaini Ujang

Professor Dato' Seri Zaini UJANG

Former Secretary General KeTTHA (Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water), Malaysia / Visiting Professor University of Tsukuba

Professor Zaini was succesively held the position of vice-president of IWA (International Water Association), who is a specialist of water engineering and environmental policy making. We welcome students who are interested in global environment and water issue. 

 

Lecture1 ECO-SHIFT: HOLISTIC TRANSFORMATION TOWARDS ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
 (Undergraduate level)

Date&Time:Thursday, November 8, 2018 16:45~18:00

 

Lecture2   JAPANESE ECO-SOPHY: A TRAVELLER'S NOTES
(Graduate & public level)

Date&Time:Monday, November 12, 2018 17:00~18:30

 

Venue: 203 Laboratory for Environmental Disaster Prevention Research, University of Tsukuba

 

These lectures are free and open to the public. All lectures will be given in English.