【February 12 (Tue)】Independent Study Project [ISP] Presentations/


Independent Study Project [ISP] Presentations by JTW students will be held at the time and place indicated below.
Three presenters will talk about a topic they have chosen based on their interests, and about 40 JTW students will have the opportunity to discuss the topics.
We hope you will take advantage of this opportunity, and we look forward to your participation.

 【Date/日程】February 12 (Tue)/2月12日(火)
 【Time/時間】1:00pm – 2:10pm
 【Place/場所】Room 2203 in Center Zone 2 building on Ito Campus/
        センター2号館 2203教室(伊都キャンパス)
 ★Free admission/参加無料
 ★No pre-registration required/事前登録不要

JTWプログラムとは?/ What’s JTW Program?
Japan in Today’s World is a comprehensive immersive program for international students that uses English as the medium of instruction. JTW offers a range of challenging, multidisciplinary undergraduate studies curriculum encompassing Japanese society, culture and economics combined with many rich opportunities for cross-cultural, immersive experiences.

ISPとは?/ What’s Independent Study Project [ISP]?
JTW students have the option to research in depth a topic in Japanese studies of their own choosing, for which they must present their findings in written and oral form. Projects, supervised by University faculty, are typically one term in length but may be extended to two terms with approval.
Students are expected, at the end of the term, to share their research results with the Kyushu University community, through an oral presentation and a written report, discussing findings, methodology, and project significance.