Shinshu University Global Education Center



Guidance Given to 2015 New International Students


On Thursday, April 2, 2015, the guidance was given to undergraduate, graduate students, exchange students and Japan Studies Intensive Program students, welcoming more than 70 new students from around the world.

Director of Shinshu Univrsity Global Education Center welcomed the new entrants. Vice-Director of Shinshu Univrsity Global Education Center introduced Shinshu University and explained Japanese language classes. Information about health maintenance and counseling was announced by Shinshu University Center for Health Safety and Environmental Management as well.


Being excited and a little nervous at the same time, up-and-coming students from Korea, China, Mongol, Russia, Poland, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Bangladesh, U.S.A, the Netherlands, Italy, Australia ... just have started their new life at Shinshu University.

Detailed breakdown of the students from our partner universities around the world is as follows;
   Oklahoma State University (U.S.A): 1
   California State University, Chico (U.S.A): 1
   Curtin University (Australia): 1
   Zuyd University (the Netherlands): 10
   Università Ca' Foscari Venezia (Italy): 1
   Tongji University (China): 1
   Southwest University (China): 1
   Soochow University (China): 1
   China University of Geosciences (China): 1
   Beijing University of Technology (China): 8
   Taiyuan University of Technology (China): 1
   Zhejiang Sci-Tech University (China): 1
   Beijing Polytechnic University (China): 2
   Kwangwoon University (Korea): 8
   The Catholic University of Korea (Korea): 2
   Sunchon National University (Korea): 1
   Dankook University (Korea): 1
   Chiang Mai University (Thailand): 1
   Kasetsart University (Thailand): 1
   Naresuan University (Thailand): 2
   FPT University (Vietnam): 1

We would appreciate everybody's kind supports throughout their stay at our university. (GEC)