CAMPUS Asia is a program begun under the auspices of the MEXT “Inter-University Exchange Project”. The program name itself is an acronym that stands for “Collective Action for Mobility Program of University Students in Asia”. In 2016, Waseda University, Korea University and Peking University were selected by the CAMPUS Asia program to launch a leadership development program to foster multi-layered approaches to conflict resolution and social innovation among students.
There are three different tracks that students can take in the CAMPUS Asia program. Please see which of these programs would be right for your interests and needs.
Students who successfully complete any of course tracks listed above will receive a jointly issued “certificate” testifying to their completion of the CAMPUS Asia Program.
As the CAMPUS Asia program is primarily conducted in English, prospective participants should possess a sufficiently high level of English ability. The introductory seminars for CAMPUS Asia are as follows.
From there, students who wish to deepen their understanding should participate in the following intermediate-level classes. Intermediate classes are primarily intended for students who have completed the introductory seminars, but it is also possible to take both at the same time.
For students who are interested in the program but feel that their English still needs a little work, we recommend the following introductory seminar which is conducted in Japanese. Even students who don’t have confidence in their English should feel free to attend! This seminar will feature talks and lectures from a number of famous figures in Japan, and we hope that participants will leave feeling inspired and motivated to continue their English studies and continue to participate in the program in the future!
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about the program. We look forward to your participation!