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Events & Topics (FY) 2019

  • Event
    Jul., 2019

    August 2019 
    Global Forum “From IR to IIR” will be held at the third floor of the Faculty Building 3 at the East Campus, Hitotsubashi University, indicated as No.39 in the following map.

  • Event
    Mar., 2019

    The international seminar titled as“Effects of the structural and curricular changes following the Bologna process in Germany on the economic content knowledge of students in the study track of business and economics” was convened on 28 February.

    Details

  • Event
    Feb., 2019

    Notification of international seminar

     

    Title Effects of the structural and curricular changes following the Bologna process in Germany on the economic content knowledge of students in the study track of business and economics

    Lecturer Dr. Roland Happ (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz)

    Date 28 Feburary 2019 14:00-16:00

    Venue Hitotsubashi University @Faculty Building 3, 3rd floor, Research Conference Room

    http://www.hit-u.ac.jp/guide/campus/campus/index.html

    Registration Fee  Free

    Language English

    Registration  Book in Advance by E-Mail. (please write down your name and institution)

    E-Mail Adress for Request and Registration  Fukasawa, Ueno edu-ar.g@dm.hit-u.ac.jp

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  • Event
    Feb., 2019

    On Jan 31th,Dr. Roland Happ from Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz presented his current research topics

Events & Topics (FY) 2018

Events & Topics (FY) 2017

Events & Topics (FY) 2016

  • Event
    Mar., 2016

    On March 24th, Prof. Lu Baocun at Beijing Normal University presented EU-China Tuning Project and the result of Tuning Pilot Study in China.

  • Event
    Mar., 2016

    The 2nd seminar on double-degree program was presented jointly by the School of International and Public Policy and Mori Arinori Center for Higher Education and Global Mobility from 4:00pm on March 17th (Thursday) at EUSI Meeting Room at Mercury Tower, Hitotsubashi University.

  • Event
    Jan., 2016

    The seminar on double-degree program was presented jointly by the School of International and Public Policy and Mori Arinori Center for Higher Education and Global Mobility from 5:30pm on January 20th (Wednesday) at EUSI Meeting Room at Mercury Tower, Hitotsubashi University.

Events & Topics (FY) 2015

Events & Topics (FY) 2014

  • Event
    Nov., 2014

    International Symposium “Arts and Sciences for Global Leaders: Higher Education in an Age of Global Mobility” was held on November 20, 2014.

  • Event
    Apr., 2014

    Mori Arinori Center for Higher Education and Global Mobility was founded at Hitotsubashi University to promote comprehensive research on higher education and global skills mobility, and to develop and support policies, plans and actions that facilitate high quality inter-institutional and cross-regional mobilities.

  • Event
    Mar., 2014

    Newspaper article by Kazuyasu Ochiai, Professor, Board Member and Executive Vice President in Education and Student Affairs in Hitotsubashi University “Tuning in Higher Education- Collaborating within universities and fostering high-quality human resources” is in Asahi Shimbun (Wednesday, March 5).

Events & Topics (FY) 2013

Events & Topics (FY) 2012

  • Event
    Nov., 2012

    European Commission organized with Tuning Academy, the tuning world conference, “Tuning in the World: New Degree Profiles for New Societies.”

  • Event
    Sep., 2012

    We held a seminar: “Bologna Process and Tuning”, by Dr. Hendrik Ferdinande, Ghent University, Belgium.

  • Event
    Jul., 2012

    We held a faculty developement symposium: “Some challenges for active teaching methods”.

  • Event
    Jun., 2012

    We held a domestic conference: “Human Resource Management in Different Organizational Settings”, by Dr. Agata Pierscieniak, Rzeszow University, Poland.

  • Event
    May., 2012

    Hitotsubashi University started the tuning project for social sciences.

  • Event
    Feb., 2012

    The Japanese version of “Tuning Educational Structures in Europe: Universities’ Contribution to the Bologna Process, An Introduction” has been published.

  • Event
    Feb., 2012

    We have surveyed the progress of the tuning in Europe; 7 universities, 3 govermental agencies and 4 research institutes.

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