Language Plan

English will be a primary language for instruction. However, the use of English would not preclude students’ interaction in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean, but will be integrated to facilitate reading comprehension and writing assignments. Additionally, team project/research course will use Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and English as a language of communication. Intensive language training might be incorporated as a pre-program curriculum.

Language Plan

English will be a primary language for instruction.

Monitoring & Evaluation

Feedback Plan

Three participating colleges will use the agreed Unified Student Honor Codes to minimize student’s plagiarism. Three participating colleges will also provide Student Evaluation and Faculty Evaluation, and will use these evaluations for feedback.

Publicity

Dissemination Plan

Three participating colleges would use various media including internet, newspaper, YouTube broadcasting, etc. as a chief means of publicity, and publish a newsletter at least once in a year.

Cooperative System and Roles of Participating Universities

The three institutions will establish a joint academic board and co-manage a three-semester-long program in which each college take turns in managing one semester program while providing two CAMPUS Asia core courses at least.

Cooperative System

The three institutions will establish a joint academic board

Cooperation with Other Institutions and Support

Support

  • Korea: UNESCO Korea, Korea Green Foundation, KOICA
  • Japan: United Nations, Korean Chamber of Commerce

Roles of Participating Universities

Roles

The College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Tokyo and the College of Liberal Studies at Seoul National University will take turns in hosting the two-week-long intensive summer school and an annual student conference. The two colleges will also take an institutional initiative in developing common curricular and extracurricular activities.