Our Programs

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Our program adopts COIL/VE* method that has been proved for more than 10 years among global higher education institutions. To develop global citizens, we focus on the SDGs theme for As our program is designed for students to be able to communicate and collaborate both asynchronously and synchronously in small country-mixed groups, students will never be hidden in the other members. 
*Collaborative Online International Learning / Virtual Exchange

Online SDGs Cross-Cultural Collaborative Learning - MOTTAINAI Program

Duration: 6 weeks
     MOTTAINAI is a popular Japanese word, meaning "what a waste!" with a sense of regret of over waste. This word has been known among ecologists in the world since Kenyan environmentalist Wangari Maathai, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, introduced this word “Mottainai” as a slogan for environmental protection.

     In this project, students will have an opportunity to think about the conservation of the natural resources from familiar things.

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Online Cross-Cultural Collaborative Learning - TOMODACHI Program

Duration: 2 weeks

     TOMODACHI is a Japanese word, meaning "friend". This word has been used many times in cross-border friendship such as Operation Tomodachi with US Armed Forces after the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami.
     In this program, we expect students to get to know each other through online cultural exchange with asynchronous/ synchronous tools based on small country-mixed groups. At the final day, each group will share what they learnt to the others. 

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Online SDGs Cross-Cultural Collaborative Learning - SDGs selection

Duration: 6 weeks
   In this program, we expect small country-mixed group to select comparison topics from 17 SDGs. Based on the selected topics, each group proceed with research and discussion, and try to compile their ideas into a presentation. 

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