Webinar: Cooperation with Japan in higher education

Japan is the world’s third largest economy, and an important contributor to high quality research and innovation. Japan is therefore a high priority partner country for Norway, as demonstrated by the continued inclusion of Japan in Norway’s “Panorama strategy” for cooperation on higher education and research.

What are the available schemes and programmes supporting cooperation between Norway and Japan? Which are the most important success factors or pitfalls for a long lasting and mutually beneficial cooperation? How does a Japanese university approach internationalisation, cooperation, and mobility? And how can digital cooperation formats reduce the limitations of geographical distance?

JSPS Alumni Club in Norway and Team Norway Japan would like to invite all those interested in Japan-Norway cooperation to a webinar focussing on these and other questions.

PROGRAMME

Moderator: Unni Kvernhusvik Sagberg, Diku

Part 1 - Overview of mobility and partnership programmes
  • Cooperation programmes and support, Diku, Innovation Norway, and the Research Council of Norway
Part 2 – Experiences and perspectives
  • TroNA partnership for students and staff mobility and internationalization of child mental health studies, Norbert Skokauskas, Professor, NTNU - a UTFORSK project.
  • Perspective from Japan: International cooperation and digital tools, Keiko Ikeda, Vice-Director, Institute for Innovative Global Education, Kansai University
  • Studying in Japan, Maria Sjøblom Bjørndalen, Head of ANSA Japan
Part 3 – Questions and discussion

A 30-minute session with questions and discussions with the presenters

Organisers

  • JSPS Alumni Club in Norway (ACN)
  • Innovation Norway Japan
  • The Research Council of Norway
  • Norwegian Agency for International Cooperation and Quality Enhancement in Higher Education (Diku)
  • Norwegian Chamber of Commerce in Japan (NCCJ)
  • Norwegian Embassy, Tokyo
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Tid:
Fra: 14. des. 2020 09:00
Til: 14. des. 2020 10:00
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unni.sagberg@diku.no