2019年7月1日 至 8月6日
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On completing the program successfully, students should be eligible to earn 4 ECTS equivalent credits*.
Field Trip (optional)
The university-contracted off-campus accommodations (hotel) will be a 20-min. walk from KawauchiCampus, where most classes and activities will be held during the program. Each student will be assigned a furnished bedroom with a unit bathroom. Breakfast is not included but available upon request (¥800/meal). Participants are required to pay accommodation fees via our online payment system with program fees.
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Tohoku University has been committed to the “Research First” principle and “Open Door” policy since its foundation, and is internationally recognized for its outstanding standards in education and research. The university contributes to world peace and equity by devoting itself to research useful in solving societal problems, and educating human resources in leadership skills.
Tohoku University was founded in 1907 as the third Imperial University of Japan, following Tokyo Imperial University and Kyoto Imperial University. From its start, it displayed to the world an unswerving commitment to an “Open Door” policy. Departing from the norms of other imperial universities, it accepted graduates from technical schools and higher normal schools, and despite opposition from the government at that time, became Japan's First University to admit female students in 1913（admitting three in that year）.
At the time of its founding, Tohoku University was able to attract a group of young and brilliant researchers who had trained around the world to serve on its faculty. For this reason, a “Research First” principle was established, calling upon scholars to not only pursue highly productive research but to also put their findings to work in the teaching of their students. In addition to this, Tohoku University has nurtured a tradition of “Practice Oriented Research and Education,” in which the results of cutting edge research are being put to use for the good of society and the improvement of living standards. Evidence of our pioneering practice （before the Second World War） includes the establishment of local venture businesses which have contributed to regional industry, and our status as the nation's center for research on family law; the domestic branch of law which is closely associated with our daily lives.