GSIR Offers “Environmental Policy Program”
IUJ is happy to announce that the Graduate School of International Relations (GSIR) will offer an Environmental Policy Program (EPP). EPP is a non-degree program offered for 6 months from October 2009 through March 2010, and taught entirely in English.
This program is designed to prepare the next generation of leaders in environmental policy and management by providing them with a conceptual framework and practical skills.
The EPP is sponsored by Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) and the participants in the program will be provided funds from JASSO under its “JESESYS Programme 2009/2010: Invitation Project for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students of Environment-related Subjects.”
GSIR is inviting applications from students with bachelor’s degrees and who are currently pursuing graduate studies in a university in their native countries. However, the countries are limited to Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, or Vietnam. Up to 18 students will be admitted to the EPP. The application deadline is Sunday, May 31.
For detailed information about the EPP, please click here.
Application form for EPP can be downloaded from here. Please print it out and send it to us together with all other required documents for application to the Admissions & Curriculum Service Center of the International University of Japan.
The admitted students will be given “Exchange Student” status and will reside in the IUJ’s student dormitories that provide the opportunity to enjoy life on campus with people of different nationalities and backgrounds.
We are looking forward to receiving many applications for the EPP!
EPP adalah program non-gelar yang ditawarkan selama 6 bulan dari Oktober 2009 sampai Maret 2010, dan belajar – mengajar sepenuhnya dalam bahasa Inggris.
Program ini dirancang untuk menyiapkan generasi pemimpin berikutnya dalam kebijakan lingkungan dan manajemen dengan menyediakan mereka dengan sebuah kerangka kerja konseptual dan ketrampilan praktis.