～Future Global Leaders from Waseda～
The students will be sent abroad in fall, 2016
A Briefing Session for the Students Seeking to Apply for the Global Leadership Fellows Program (GLFP)
In this briefing session that follows the one held in April, we will finally be giving you detailed information on the GLFP application and selection process which will start in October.
Moreover, some of the 2nd Waseda GLFP fellows who have just come back to Japan this summer after one year of their studies and 2st American fellows who have just started their study at Waseda will be sharing their experiences. A Q&A session will also be held. This will be a valuable opportunity for you to listen directly to what your seniors have to say.
For those of you who would like to…
- try something that you have never experienced before, achieve something while you are a university student
- listen to what the seniors, who have just finished their one-year study in the U.S. through GLFP, have to say
- listen again to the explanations about the GLFP
- learn about the selection process as you are still wondering which program to apply for
We strongly encourage you to come to this briefing session!
As this will be the last chance for you to ask questions directly before the application and selection process begins, we encourage not only the students who are seeking to apply for the Program but also those who are still wondering whether to apply to come to the session.
We are looking forward to seeing you !
- Japanese： Monday, October 5, 2015
- English： Tuesday, October 6, 2015
Seminar Room, Waseda Global Gate, 1st Floor, Building No.22
*No reservation required. You can enter or exit anytime during the session.
Brief explanation of the Program by Professor Watt, GLP Director and Professor Nakabayashi, GLFP Associate Director
Explanation of the application process by a staff member at the GLP Office
Presentation of the experiences of some of the second GLFP fellows – Waseda fellows who have just come back from the U.S. after one year of their studies, and 2st American fellows who have just started their study at Waseda / Q&A session