[Blueboard] Call for Applications: Asean in Today's World (AsTW) 2011 Program

OIP oip at admu.edu.ph
Mon Nov 22 11:00:53 PHT 2010


Kyushu University and Mahidol University International College are jointly arranging "ASEAN in Today's World (AsTW) 2011 Program" which will be held during March 11 - 25, 2011 in Thailand. The two-week international program is focused on ASEAN studies and Asian languages and cultures, and is designed for university students from around the world.

The two-week international program is comprised of ASEAN Studies courses (ASC), Asian Languages and Cultures (ALC) and Thai culture field trips. ASEAN Studies Courses available are: Culture Affairs of ASEAN and East Asia; Agricultural Economics and Food Safety; and Cross-cultural Communication. Asian Languages and Cultures courses are Basic Japanese Language and Culture, Basic Thai Language and Culture, Basic Bahasa Indonesia Language and Culture and Basic Chinese Language and Culture. Credit and grades will be awarded by Kyushu University, and an official transcript can be sent to participants.

The program fees are a total of 128,000 yen, and this includes field trips, accommodation fees and transportation to Bangkok. 4,000 baht may be paid in addition for meals.

The students will stay at Salaya Pavilion Hotel, the on-campus hotel operated by Mahidol University International School.

One scholarship amounting to 140,000 yen will be awarded to one Ateneo de Manila University student.

For more information on qualifications, application procedures and forms, kindly visit the official website at: http://www.isc.kyushu-u.ac.jp/astw or contact the Office of International Programs at 426-6001 loc. 4037/ 4038.


Candidates must be endorsed by their deans. Deadline of application is on November 30, 2010.


Thank you.  

Office of International Relations
2/F Bellarmine Hall
Ateneo de Manila University
Katipunan Avenue, Loyola Heights
Quezon City, Philippines 1108
T: 632 - 426 6001 local 4037
    632 - 927 4534
F: 632 - 426 5907

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