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September 14th, 2017

Start of 1st-year Research Program

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   The Research Program for the 1st-year students started on September 14th.
All the 1st-year students are divided into 21 groups, and will do research until March. They will learn from 21 special teachers, including many from Ehime University, each of whom is an expert in their respective academic fields. We hope our students will learn a lot from their teachers and grow up to be global leaders.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 


September 1st, 2017

Debriefing Session of Overseas Studies

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   On August 31st, we held the Debriefing Session of Overseas Studies at Shiki Museum. In the Session, five groups – Hawaii Language Study group, Taiwan Fieldwork group, the Philippines Fieldwork group, TOBITATE JAPAN Study Abroad group, and the Japan Future Leaders School group – made presentations on their respective programs, and shared their experiences with other students.
   The session started with the Hula Dance by Hawaii group, went on with greetings in Chinese and Tagalog, and sometimes included original introduction movies produced by the students! It was full of originality and creativity! In the Q&A session, the presenters skillfully gave the audience comprising 1st-year students’ on-the-spot responses to unexpected questions from them.
   We were able to see how much they have grown through the whole session. Mr. Narabayashi, a commentator and professor of Ehime University, also gave words of praise to the presenters.
   We hope they will make full use of their experiences in their high school life.

 
 
 


August 23rd, 2017

Sharing the experience of the Japan Future Leaders School

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   On August 21st, Rio Sumida, a 2nd-year student, and Yuzuki Omori, a 1st-year student, who both took part in the Japan Future Leaders School held in Fukuoka between July 25 and Aug. 7, participated in a meeting held in Education Center in Tobe to share their experiences of the School with other students in Ehime. All the other 11 students who took part in the School from Ehime joined the meeting, and shared their experiences with the participants, including Rina Iguchi, a 2nd-year student, and Rena Goda, a 1st-year student, who both took part as non-School members.
   In the meeting, each of the School members gave presentations to talk about what they had learned from the School. Then all the participants were divided into small groups, and held a group discussion on “Peace”. Since there were students from other schools, it was very exciting to hear different opinions from different schools!
   We hope for our students to grow further together with their new friends, and to tackle many challenges as future leaders of Japan.