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Saturday, March 16, 2013 13:00 - 17:30
APU Millennium Hall
- Seating capacity:
General public seats are available for the first 30 applicants.
- Application / Inquiries:
The APU Academic Office
13:00～13:40 Keynote speech
Speaker: TAGOMORI Kizo, Representative of Talent Growth Support
13:40-15:10 Panel discussion
Facilitator: YOKOYAMA Kenji. Dean, College of International Management
Panelists: YAMAMOTO Susumu, Professor, College of International Management
15:10-15:45 Tea Break
15:45-17:00 Discussion session
- How to apply
People interested in attending the symposium are invited to register by email. Seats are available for the first 30 applicants. Registration will close when the seats have been filled.
Please enter “Symposium registration” in the email “Subject” space.
Please include 1) name of participants, 2) affiliation or name of employer, etc 3) telephone number, 4) number of participants.
NB: For multiple participants, please include everyone’s name and affiliation (name of employer, etc)
Applications to: firstname.lastname@example.org
APU was established 13 years ago and has been producing outstanding globally-minded graduates ever since. Based on these 13 years of experience, APU is holding a symposium that explores the possibilities of developing global citizens from Japan. The symposium is called “Developing Global Citizens from Japan – APU’s first 13 years and messages from graduates”.
The symposium will feature a frank discussion by APU students and globally active graduates about the kinds of skills and knowledge that are needed in global citizens and also how best to develop these attributes at university.
NB: This symposium is being held as part of the MEXT “AY2012 Project for the Promotion of Global Human Resource Development” into which APU has been adopted.