Achievements


During the period from AY 2014 to 2016, the number of students dispatched from Hokkaido University to Russian Far East partner universities increased from 5 in AY 2014 to 27 in 2015 and 36 in 2016. There seems to be an increasing need among Hokkaido University students to study in Russia as more students express the hope to study in Russia for at least three months. Students have been dispatched in even numbers to the five Russian Far East partner universities – all institutions with their own distinct characteristics – based on a system that can meet the diverse needs of students.
The number of students hosted by Hokkaido University has fluctuated to some extent, but has remained stable between 24 and 35 annually from the year when the RJE3 Program was launched to the present.
Hokkaido University has dispatched a total of 68 students and hosted a total of 84 students as of the end of AY 2016. This indicates that exchanges between Japanese and Russian students have been boosted by the RJE3 Program. Details about the dispatched and hosted students in each academic year are outlined below.

AY 2014

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A total of five Japanese students were dispatched to two Russian partner universities for short-term studies in February. Hokkaido University hosted a total of 35 Russian students from five Russian partner universities to take the basic subjects (trial) in March.

AY 2015

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A total of nine students were dispatched to a Russian partner university for short-term studies (including three students who studied from a month to shorter than three months) to take basic subjects and perform field work in August. One student was dispatched to a Russian partner university for long-term studies to take specialized subjects from September (to return to Japan in August 2016). A total of 17 students were dispatched to three Russian partner universities for short-term studies to take prep subjects in February and March.

Hokkaido University hosted a total of 25 students from 5 Russian partner universities for short-term studies to take basic subjects in August. Nine of them took specialized subjects offered at three graduate schools of Hokkaido University as special auditors for two quarters (six months) from September.

 

 

AY 2016

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A total of 12 students were dispatched to a Russian partner university for short-term studies (including three students who studied from a month to shorter than three months) to take basic subjects and perform field work in August. Two students were also dispatched to the same university for periods between one month and three months to take specialized subjects. Three students were sent for long-term studies to three Russian partner universities to take specialized subjects that started in September. A total of 17 students were dispatched to four Russian partner universities for short-term studies to take prep subjects in February and March. Another student was also dispatched to take advanced subjects for about one and a half months from February.

 

Hokkaido University hosted a total of 24 students from five Russian partner universities for short-term studies to take basic subjects in August. Eight of them took specialized subjects offered at three graduate schools of Hokkaido University as special auditors from September: two students took specialized subjects for a month, and the remaining six students for two quarters (six months).

 

 

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