New International Partnerships


Apr 8, 2016

In AY 2014, APU was adopted into the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology’s “Top Global University Project.” Under the goal of “Global Learning: Aiming for a New Horizon in University Education,” APU is advancing a variety of initiatives. As part of these efforts, APU aims to increase the number of exchange partnerships to 180 universitir45es.

In AY 2015, APU entered into student exchange agreements*1 with 16 universities. APU currently has student exchange agreements with 135 universities in 44 countries and regions (as of March 31, 2016).

*1 Student exchange agreements are agreements entered into with other universities in order to offer exchange programs designed to allow students to study specialized subjects alongside local students.

Agreement Date Country/region University
April 11, 2015 China (Hong Kong) Hong Kong Shue Yan University
April 27, 2015 Argentina Universidad National del Litoral
May 5, 2015 Indonesia Universitas Katolik Parahyangan
September 4, 2015 U.S.A. Florida International University
September 4, 2015 Germany EuropaUniversität Viadrina Frankfurt(Oder)
September 24, 2015 Spain IE Business School
October 7, 2015 Indonesia BINUS University
October 26, 2015 Morocco Université Internationale de Rabat
October 28, 2015 France Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Commerciales d’Angers – School of Management
November 19, 2015 Kenya United State International University – Africa
December 14, 2015 Korea Kookmin University
December 15, 2015 Spain Universitat Rovira i Virgili
January 14, 2016 Romania Romanian-American University
January 15, 2016 Norway University of Agder
February 17, 2016 Greece The American College of Greece
March 11, 2016 Azerbaijan ADA University

*In order of agreement dates

APU offers a wide range of Active Learning (AL) programs*2 in addition to student exchange programs. We welcome current students to participate in the 2016 Active Learning Fair to be held in April.

*2 Active Learning programs are based on the concepts of “knowledge,” “experience,” and “exchange.” These programs offer opportunities for practical learning and experience inside and outside Japan.

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