Mori Arinori Center for Higher Education and Global Mobility,Research and Development Center for Higher Education
OTA Hiroshi
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Books

1.(Coauthored with Yukiko Shimmi) “Recent Trends in Learning Abroad in the Context of a Changing Japanese Economy and Higher Education Situation,” In R. Coelen & C. Gribble (Eds.), Internationalization and Employability in Higher Education
Routledge pp.78-91 2019
ISBN 9780815368342Link
2.(Co-authored with Kiyomi Horiuchi) “Internationalization through English-medium Instruction in Japan: Challenging a Contemporary Dejima”, In D. Proctor & L. E. Rumbley (Eds.), The Future Agenda for Internationalization in Higher Education
Routledge pp.15-27 2018
ISBN 1138289795Link
3.(Co-authored with Kiyomi Horiuchi) “How Accessible are English-Taught Programs? Exploring International Admissions Procedures”, In A. Bradford & H. Brown (Eds.), English-Medium Instruction in Japanese Higher Education
Multilingual Matters pp.108-129 2017
ISBN 978-1-78309-894-1Link
4.(Co-authored with Masahiro Yokota, Yukiko Shimmi et al) Survey of Global Personnel Development and Long-term Impact of Study Abroad: Summary Report
Meiji University pp.1-20 2016
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5.(Co-authored with Ariane de Gayardon and Yukiko Shimmi) “Internationalization Over Time: Policy Evolution in Japan”, In R. M. Helms, L. E. Rumbley, L. Brajkovic & G. Mihut (Eds.)
Internationalizing Higher Education Worldwide: National Policies and Programs, Washington DC: American Council of Education pp.73-80 2015
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6.“Japanese Universities’ Strategic Approach to Internationalization: Accomplishments and Challenges”, In A. Yonezawa, Y. Kitamura, A. Meerman & K. Kuroda (Eds.), Emerging International Dimensions in East Asian Higher Education
Springer pp.227-252 2014
ISBN 978-94-017-8822-9Link
7.(Co-authored with Uwe Brandenburg, John K. Hudzik, & Susan Robertson) “From Innovation to Mainstream and Beyond: The Unfolding Story of Internationalisation in Higher Education”, In H. D. Wit, F. Hunter, L. Johnson & H. V. Liempd (Eds.)
Possible Futures: The Next 25 Years of The Internationalisation of Higher Education, Amsterdam: European Association for International Education pp.63-78 2013
ISBN 978-90-74721-34-9HERMES-IRLink
8.“Internationalization of Universities in Japan”, In D. K. Deardorff, H. D. Wit, J. D. Heyl & T. Adams (Eds.)
The SAGE Handbook of International Higher Education, Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications pp.470-472 2012
ISBN 9781412999212HERMES-IR
9.(Co-authored with Takashi Kiyoura, Aya Watanabe et al) Innovative Models for Promoting the Internationalization of Japanese Universities (Interim Report)
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science pp.14-93 2007
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Paper

1."Government-led Policies on Study Abroad Promotion: A Comparative Study on the Cases of the US and Australia"
Intercultural Education Vol.48,pp.18-34 2018 Academic journal
ISSN 0914-6970Link
2.(Co-authored with Ayako Tsukada) "The Achievement of 100,000 International Students and Government Policies in Japan and Korea: The Quantitative Expansion of International Students and the Quality Improvement of Hosting International Students"(jointly worked)
Comparative Education No.57,pp.89-110 2018 Academic journal
ISSN 0916-6785
3.(Co-authored with Yoshio Itaba, Sono Yamasaki, Koji Miyajima) "An Analysis of University Reform Using Analytic Hierarchy Process"(jointly worked)
Keizaigaku-Ronso Vol.70,No.1,pp.1-33 2018 Academic journal
ISSN 0387-3021
4.(Co-authored with Yukiko Shimmi) ““Super-Short-Term” Study Abroad in Japan: A Dramatic Increase”(jointly worked)
International Higher Education, Vol. 94, The Boston College Center for International Higher Education Vol.94,pp.13-15 2018 Academic journal
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5."Internationalization of Higher Education: Global Trends and Japan’s Challenges"
Educational Studies in Japan: International Yearbook, Japanese Educational Research Association No.12,pp.91-105 2018 Academic journal
ISSN 1881-4832Link
6.(Co-authored with Yuki Watabe) “Mapping Internationalization of Japanese Universities: Goals, Strategies, and Indicators”
International Briefs for Higher Education Leaders, No. 7, American Council on Education No.7,pp.21-24 2018 Academic journal
ISSN 1084-0613 Link
7.(Co-authored with Yukiko Shimmi, Hiroko Akiba, Masahiro Yokota) "Long-term Impact of Undergraduate Study Abroad Experiences on Career: Comparative Survey Results among Degree-seeking Study Abroad, Credit-bearing Study Abroad, and Non-study Abroad Groups"(jointly worked)
Student Exchanges, Japan Student Services Organization Vol.74,pp.14-26 2017 Academic journal
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8.(Co-authored with Kiyomi Horiuchi) “Measuring the Accessibility of Study in Japan Utilizing International Admissions Procedures of English-taught Degree Programs”
Higher Education Forum, Vol. 13, Research Institute for Higher Education, Hiroshima University Vol.13,pp.91-107 2016 Academic journal
ISSN 2432-9614HERMES-IRLink
9.(Co-authored with Ayako Naito) "Partnership between Companies and Universities for the Education and Support of lnternational Students: A Case Study of South Korea"(jointly worked)
Joumal of Intemational Students Education No.17,pp.115-123 2012 Academic journal
ISSN 1345-2398HERMES-IRCiNiiLink
10."University Internationalization Trends and Japan's Challenges and Prospects: An East Asian Comparative Study"
Journal of Multimedia Education Research Vol.8,No.1,pp.S1-S12 2011 Academic journal
ISSN 18846777HERMES-IRCiNiiLink
11."Development and Challenge of International Student Policy in Korea"
Migration Policy Review No.2,pp.20-39 2010 Academic journal
ISSN 21851891HERMES-IRCiNiiLink
12."International Student Policies and Issues in Asia: A Case Study of Singapore and South Korea"
Asian Studies Vol.54,No.4,pp.26-43 2008 Academic journal
ISSN 0044-9237HERMES-IRCiNii
13.Changing Policies and Practices of Japanese National Universities Toward International Students in Light of Financial and Demographic Challenges and the New University ‘Corporatization’,
UMI (ProQuest) 1699A.(UMINo.3307622), State University of New York at Buffalo 2008 Book
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14."The International Student 100,000 Plan:Policy Studies"
Center for Student Exchange Journal Volume VI, Hitotsubashi University Vol.6,pp.27-51 2003 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 1348768XHERMES-IRCiNii
15."International Student Market, Mobility, and Recruitment:The United States, United Kingdom, and Australia"
State University of New York at Buffalo pp.1-44 2001 Other

Other

1."Dispatches from Japan: Thinking Beyond International Student Mobility"
The Guardian, April 23 2012 Other
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2."Recent Development and Issues of International Education (Internationalization) Polices in Japan"
International Conference of Reflections on the Internationalization of Education, Puli: National Chi Nan University pp.63-73 2012 research society, symposium materials, etc.
3.“Changes in Internationalization of Japanese Higher Education"
IAU Horizons, 17(3)/18(1) [February/March 2012] pp.26-27 2012 Other
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4.(Co-authored with Taiji Hotta, Sumar Hendayana, Yuki Watabe et al) "Singapore"
Study on the ACTS (ASEAN Credit Transfer System) and Credit Transfer Systems in Asian Nations, The Report of Mission Research by the Promotion Fund of Leading University Reform, The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology in Japan (MEXT) 2009, Hiroshima University pp.91-102 2010 Other
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5.(Co-authored with Aya Watanabe) "The International Mobility of Researchers: Policy Support at National and Institutional Levels"
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science pp.1-74 2007 Other
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Oral Presentation

NOName of subject/Conference NameYearSite
1.International Students in Japan: Changing Policies and Practices (International Conference and Doctoral School 2019)
2019.09University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia
2.(Co-presented with Kiyomi Horiuchi) Internationalization through English-medium Instruction in Japan: Challenging a Contemporary Dejima (WERA Focal Meeting in Tokyo)
2019.08Gakushuin University, Tokyo, Japan
3.Internationalization and International Students in Japan (Experts' Knowledge Exchange Seminar)
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2019.06University of Sussex, Brighton, UK
4.Japanese Higher Education and International Students: Policy and Practice (Northeastern University - Meiji University Dialogue 2019)
2019.05Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan
5.(Co-presented with Yuki Watabe) Examining Indicators for Evaluation of University Internationalization in Asia-Pacific (APAIE 2019 Conference & Exhibition)
2019.03Kuala Lumpur Convention Center, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
6.International Education and University (Undergraduate) Education in Japan (Transformation of Undergraduate Education under Globalization: A Trial for the Global Studies of Higher Education)
2019.03University of Tsukuba (Tokyo Campus), Tokyo, Japan
7.IPPM (International Program and Provider Mobility) and Japan (Higher Education in Asia and IPPM (International Program and Provider Mobility))
2019.03AP Ichigaya Learning Space, Tokyo, Japan
8.Re-inventing Japan's Internationalization of Higher Education via the Top Global University Project (Internationalization of Higher Education Platform: Internationalization Policies and Practices for Future Development (Symposium 2018))
2018.11Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit, Bangkok, Thailand
9.Recent Policies and Changes in Internationalization of Japanese Higher Education: Unintended Consequences (JAISE-KAIE Joint Seminar 2018: Developing Future International Student Exchange)
2018.11Toyo University, Tokyo, Japan
10.Recent Trends of and Government Initiatives for Japanese Study Abroad (Study UK Exhibition 2018: Japan Market Briefing)
2018.10British Council Japan, Tokyo, Japan
11.Recent Trends of and Government Initiatives for Study Abroad (Round Table Discussion/Open Dialogue on “Issues and Perspectives” – on U.S.-Japan Educational Exchanges)
2018.06American Center Japan, Tokyo, Japan
12.Japanese Higher Education and Internationalization: Behind the Scenes (Northeastern University - Meiji University Dialogue 2018)
2018.06Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan
13.Recruiting Students from Japan: Recent Trends of and Government Initiatives for Study Abroad (NAFSA 2018 Annual Conference & Expo)
2018.05Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, USA
14.Trends and Policies of Internationalization in Japanese Higher Education -How "we" have survived- (The 20th Korean Association of International Educators (KAIE) Annual Meeting)
2018.01Lotte Hotel Jeju, Jeju Island, Korea
15.Monitoring and Enhancing Internationalization Efforts: Case of Japan (The 29th Annual EAIE Conference and Exhibition)
2017.09Seville Conference and Exhibition Centre, Seville, Spain
16.(Co-presented with Kiyomi Horiuchi) The Accessibility of English-taught Degree Programs in Japan: Examining International Admissions Procedures (The 22nd Annual Conference of Japan Association for International Student Education)
2017.08Toyo University, Tokyo, Japan
17.Monetary and Non-monetary Benefits Brought About by Study Abroad for a Degree (AAS (Association for Asian Studies)-in-ASIA 2017 Conference)
2017.06Korea University, Seoul, Korea
18.How Accessible are English-Taught Programs?: Exploring International Admissions Procedures (The 53rd Annual Conference of Japan Comparative Education Society)
2017.06The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
19.Challenges and Solutions: U.S.-Japanese Partnerships (NAFSA 2017 Annual Conference & Expo)
2017.06Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, USA
20.Who is an International Student and Who is a Study Abroad Student?: Case of Japan (NAFSA 2017 Annual Conference & Expo)
2017.06Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, USA
21.Japanese Higher Education and International Education: A Comparative Perspective (Northeastern University - Meiji University Dialogue 2017)
2017.05Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan
22.Globalization and Internationalization of Higher Education in Japan (Taiwan-Japan Higher Education Forum on Innovative Reform: New Opportunity, New Idea, and New Value)
2017.05Alumni Association of National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan
23.Expanding International Student Exchange through an EMI Program (HGP) with Language Education (APAIE 2017 Conference & Exhibition)
2017.03Kaohsiung Exhibition Center, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
24.Recent Policies and Changes in International Students in Japan (APAIE 2017 Conference & Exhibition)
2017.03Kaohsiung Exhibition Center, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
25.Re-inventing Japan Project (Inter-University Exchange Project) (2017 AIEA Annual Conference)
2017.02Washington Marriot Wardman Park, Washington, DC, USA
26.Creating an EMI Program to Expand Student Exchange (2017 AIEA Annual Conference)
2017.02Washington Marriot Wardman Park, Washington, DC, USA
27.Recent Policies and Changes in Internationalization in Japan (Disrupting Higher Education Dialogues: Re-imaging Internationalization)
2016.11Deakin University, Burwood, Australia
28.Exploring the Long-term Impact of Study Abroad: A Case Study of Japanese (Australian International Education Conference 2016)
2016.10Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Center, Melbourne, Australia
29.Hot Topics in International Education in Japan (Australian International Education Conference 2016)
2016.10Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Center, Melbourne, Australia
30.Employment of International Students in Japan: Opportunities and Challenges (IEAA/IERN International Research Roundtable 2016: The Social Impact of International Education)
2016.10CQ University Melbourne, Australia
31.International Student Mobility and Highly-Skilled Migration (Introduction to Global Studies (IGS200-1))
2016.07Akita International University, Akita, Japan
32.Recent Polices and Trends in International Education in Japan (Round Table Discussion/Open Dialogue: Issues and Perspectives on U.S.-Japan Educational Exchanges)
2016.06Japan-U.S. Educational Commission, Tokyo, Japan
33.Polices and Trends in International Student Mobility to and from Japan (Preparing a Global Workforce: The Role of Higher Education)
2016.06Hilton Okinawa Chattan, Okinawa, Japan
34.Current Trends in Internationalization at Japanese Universities (66th International Communication Association Annual Conference)
2016.06Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk, Fukuoka, Japan
35.(Co-presented with Yuki Watabe, Anne M. D'Angelo, & Galye A. Woodruff) Examining Internationalization Indicators and Metrics in the United States and Japan (NAFSA 2016 Annual Conference & Expo)
2016.06Colorado Convention Center, Denver, USA
36.Exploring the Long-term Impact of Study Abroad: A Case Study of Japanese People (G7 International Higher Education Summit: International Higher Education-Challenges for a Greater Impact on Global Academic Mobility-)
2016.05JASSO Tokyo International Exchange Center, Tokyo, Japan
37.Japanese Higher Education and International Education: A Comparative Perspective (Northeastern University's Dialogue of Civilizations, Japan: Perspectives on Politics, Identity, and History)
2016.05Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan
38.Recent Trends and Policies in International Student Mobility to and from Japan (Student Mobility in the Asia Pacific Symposium)
2016.03Crown Hotel Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
39.(Co-presented with Paige Cottingham-Streater & Shingo Ashizawa) Cultivating Diversity in U.S.-Japan Educational Partnerships(APAIE Conference & Exhibition 2016)
2016.03Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Center, Melbourne, Australia
40.(Co-presented with Shingo Ashizawa & Kazuo Kuroda) Exploring Long-term Impact of Study Abroad and Fostering a Globally-minded Workforce (APAIE Conference & Exhibition 2016)
2016.03Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Center, Melbourne, Australia
41.Strategy for Promoting Outbound Student Mobility in Japan: Shifting MEXT’s Priorities (The 18th Korean Association of International Educators (KAIE) Annual Conference)
2016.01Lotte Hotel Jeju, Jeju Island, Korea
42.International Branch Campuses and Education Hubs in Korea and Japan (Education Hubs in Asia and Potential of Japan (Toyo University's Top Global University Project Seminar Series 2015-16)
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2015.12Toyo University, Tokyo
43.Recent Trends and Policies in International Education in Japan: Shifting from Inbound to Outbound (Japan Market Briefing and Advice)
2015.10British Council Japan, Tokyo, Japan
44.Global City of Fukuoka, (Coordinator)(Global Community Fukuoka)
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2015.10Hotel Fukuoka Okura, Fukuoka
45.International Students in Japan: Issues of Recruitment and Admissions (International Recruitment and Admissions for English-Taught Degree Programs (Toyo University's Top Global University Project Seminar Series 2015-16))
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2015.10Toyo University, Tokyo, Japan
46.Higher Education Business in a Globalizing World(Introduction to Global Studies (IGS200-1))
2015.07Akita International University, Akita, Japan
47.Recent Trends and Polices in International Education in Japan (Round Table Discussion/Open Dialogue: Issues and Perspectives on U.S.-Japan Educational Exchanges)
2015.06Japan-U.S. Educational Commission, Tokyo
48.Bergé International Talent Programme in Spain: Hitotsubashi University (NAFSA 2015 Annual Conference & Expo)
2015.05Boston Conference and Exhibition Center, Boston, USA
49.Changing Policies and New Trends of Internationalization in Japan (NAFSA 2015 Annual Conference & Expo)
2015.05Boston Conference and Exhibition Center, Boston, USA
50.Japanese Higher Education and International Student Mobility: A Comparative Perspective (Northeastern University: Politics and Culture in International and Comparative Perspectives (Learning Abroad))
2015.05Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan
51.MASTERMIND: A Changing Paradigm for Graduate Admissions (A Case of Asia and Japan) (APAIE Conference & Exhibition 2015)
2015.03Beijing International Convention Center, Beijing, China
52.Changing Policies and New Trends of International Student Mobility: A Case of Japan (APAIE Conference & Exhibition 2015)
2015.03Beijing International Convention Center, Beijing, China
53.International Student Policies in Japan: Enablers and Barriers to Attract International Students (APAIE Conference & Exhibition 2015)
2015.03Beijing International Convention Center, Beijing, China
54.Exploring Assessment of Internationalization in the Context of Japanese Universities (59th Annual Conference)
2015.03Washington Hilton, Washington, DC, USA
55.Trends and Issues of Student Mobility from China to Japan (How to Build Civil Exchange Programs for Further Development and Expansion of Japan-China Relations)
2015.02Japan-China Friendship Center, Tokyo
56.Internationalization and Research (Graduate Programs) in East Asia: A Case Study on Japan (2015 AIEA Annual Conference)
2015.02Washington Marriott Wardman Park, Washington, DC, USA
57.Japanese Universities' Strategic Approach to Internationalization: Accomplishments and Challenges (The 50th Annual Conference)
2014.07Nagoya University, Japan
58.International Student Mobility and Highly-Skilled Migration (Introduction to Global Studies (IGS200-1))
2014.06Akita International University, Akita, Japan
59.Japanese Higher Education: A Comparative Perspective (Northeastern University: Politics and Culture in International and Comparative Perspectives (Learning Abroad) )
2014.05Meiji University, Tokyo
60.For Further Development of Japan-China Student Exchanges (Project for Promoting Japan-China Exchanges: How to Build Youth Exchange Programs between Japan and China for Development of Future-oriented, Bilateral Relations)
2013.12International House of Japan, Tokyo, Japan
61.Policy Transition in International Education in Japan and Hitotsubashi University’s Reform Efforts (Japan-Australia Higher Education Seminar)
2013.12Australian Embassy, Tokyo, Japan
62.University Education and Global Human Resource Development in Japan (Kick-off Symposium for the ASEAN Initiative for Developing Global Resource Network)
2013.10Tokyo Garden Palace, Tokyo, Japan
63.From Inbound to Outbound: The Changing Landscape of Student Mobility in Japan (Japanese Studies Centre Seminars)
2013.08Japanese Studies Centre, Neustupný Auditorium, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
64.Globalization and Student Mobility: Emerging Trends and New Directions from and to Japan (NAFSA 2013 Annual Conference & Expo)
2013.05America's Center, St. Louis, USA
65.Higher Education Business in a Globalizing World (Introduction to Global Studies (IGS200-1))
2013.05Akita International University, Akita, Japan
66.What Works: Assessment Tools and Indicators for University Internationalization – Panel Discussion – (TIEC International Symposium)
2013.03Tokyo International Exchange Center, Tokyo
67.Using Benchmarking to Enhance Performance in Internationalisation: Cooperation Between Asia and Europe (APAIE Conference and Exhibition 2013)
2013.03Asia World-Expo, Hong Kong
68.Initiatives on Internationalisation: Measurement and Quality Evaluation (APAIE Conference and Exhibition 2013)
2013.03Asia World-Expo, Hong Kong
69.Evaluating Internationalization of University Education in Japan (24th Annual EAIE (European Association of International Education) Conference)
2012.09Convention Centre Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
70.Globalization and International Higher Education in Japan (Introduction to Global Studies (IGS200-1))
2012.09Akita International University, Akita, Japan
71.Recent Development and Issues of International Education (Internationalization) Policies in Japan (Rethinking of Internationalization of Education: Asian Community and Education, College of Management)
2012.04Chi Nan University, Puli, Taiwan
72.How Could Japanese Universities Become Internationally Attractive?: Perspective of International Students (World University Rankings and “Worldwide Standards” for Universities - How Can Japanese Universities Deal with Structural Changes around the World? -)
2012.03Liberty Tower, Meiji University, Tokyo
73.Differences of International Student Recruitment and Admissions between Japan and Other Countries (Developing English Undergraduate Programs in Japan: Pedagogy, Recruitment and Student Life)
2012.01Kambaikan, Muromachi Campus, Doshisha University, Kyoto
74.Evaluation of Internationalization in Japan (23rd Annual EAIE (European Association of International Education) Conference)
2011.09Bella Center, Copenhagen, Denmark
75.Recent Development of International Education in Japan (23rd Annual EAIE (European Association of International Education) Conference)
2011.09Bella Center, Copenhagen, Denmark
76.Diverse Approaches to Measuring Internationalization: Case Study of SIH Project (NAFSA 2011 Annual Conference & Expo)
2011.06Vancouver Convention Center West, Vancouver, Canada
77.Recent Developments and Challenges of International Education in Japan (Annual Conference of Asia-Pacific Association for International Education)
2011.03National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan
78.The Strategic Fund for Establishing International Headquarters in Universities (55th Annual Conference of The Comparative and International Education Society)
2011.03Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth Hotel, Montreal, Canada
79.Course-Credit Allocations (Calculations), Grading Systems,and Credit Transfer Schemes in ASEAN+3 Member Nations (Annual Conference of Korean Association of Foreign Student Administrators)
2010.07Solbridge International School of Business, Daejeon, Korea
80.Strategic Fund for Establishing International Headquarters in Universities (SIH Project): Challenges and Issues (University Internationalization within Global Society: Recommendations for Internationalizing Japanese Universities)
2010.05Kuramae Hall, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan
81.International Student Policies and Practices in Asia: A Case Study of Japan and Korea (Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society)
2010.03Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, USA
82.What is Happening in Japanese Higher Education? (Briefing Session to American Universities and Colleges in 2009)
2009.09Tokyo American Center Hall, Tokyo, Japan
83.International Student Policy in Korea: Implications for Japanese Higher Education (Annual Conference of Japan Comparative Education Society)
2009.06Tokyo Gakugei University, Tokyo, Japan
84.Strategic Fund for Establishing International Headquarters in Universities: Challenges and Prospects (Internationalization Reviews by Third Party Organizations in Japan) (NAFSA: Association of International Educators)
2009.05Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, USA
85.Policy Implications of the Plan for 300,000 International Students (NAFSA: Association of International Educators)
2009.05Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angels, USA
86.What is Happening in Japan? (Round Table Discussion with American Universities & Colleges in 2009: What would make study in the U.S. more attractive?)
2009.04Tokyo American Center Hall, Tokyo, Japan
87.International Enrollment Management in Japanese Higher Education: An Age When All Are Accepted to College (Symposium on Strategic Fund for Establishing International Headquarters in Universities 2008: University Internationalization -Trends with Faculty and Funding)
2008.12Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
88.Internationalization Reviews by Third Party Organizations: The SIH Project (Annual Conference of Japan Comparative Education Society)
2008.06Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan
89.Increasing Needs of Foreign Credential Evaluation in Japan (NAFSA: Association of International Educators)
2008.05Washington DC, USA
90.Strategic Fund for Establishing International Headquarters in Universities: Challenges and Prospects (NSF-JSPS Joint Symposium: Strategic Initiatives for University Internationalization)
2008.05Washington DC, USA
91.Hot Issues in Japan (Asia-Pacific Association for International Education)
2008.03Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
92.Staff Development Programs for International Affairs at Hitotsubashi University (University Administrators Workshop 2007)
2007.02Kyoto University, Japan
93.International Mobility of Researchers: Proposed Work in 2006 and Beyond (Forth Meeting of The Ad Hoc Working Group on The Steering and Funding of Research Institutions (SFRI), Committee for Scientific and Technological Policy (CSTP), Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry (DSTI), Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development)
2006.04The Spanish Ministry of Education and Science (OECD), Madrid, Spain
94.Japan's Responses and Challenges to Rapid Development of Cross-Border Higher Education in the Asia-Pacific (Comparative and International Education Society Annual Conference)
2006.03Hawaii Convention Center, Honolulu, USA
95.Changing Higher Education and Its Impact on Youths in Japan and Hong Kong (Symposium on Youths in Hong Kong and Japan)
2005.10Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office at Roppongi Academy Hills 40, Tokyo, Japan
96.Developing Evaluation Criteria to Asses the Internationalization of Universities (NAFSA: Association of International Educators Annual Conference)
2005.05Seattle Convention Center, Seattle, USA
97.Reform of Japanese Universities and the Implications for International Education (Association of International Education Administrators Annual Conference)
2005.02Mayflower Hotel, Washington DC, USA
98.A Japanese Case for a 100,000 Foreign Students Recruiting and What to Learn from it (Korean Association of International Educators Annual Conference)
2004.10Busan Marriott Hotel, Busan, Korea
99.Changes in Japan-U.S. Student Exchanges Since 9/11: A Perspective From Japan (NAFSA: Association of International Educators Annual Conference)
2004.05Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, USA
100.The Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students and Japan's International Student Policy in the Era of Post International Student 100,000 Plan (International Symposium on Japanese Studies and Japanese Language Education)
2003.11City University of Hong Kong

Scientific Research Funds Results

NOResearch subjectResearch itemYear
1.Quality Assurance and Learning Outcome Assessment of Education Abroad Experience
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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "Quality Assurance and Learning Outcome Assessment of Education Abroad Experience"2011-2015
2.A Comparative Study of Asian Higher Educaiton for the Establishment of Permeable Framework
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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "A Comparative Study of Asian Higher Educaiton for the Establishment of Permeable Framework"2012-2014
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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "Research on Assessment of University Internationalization under Globally Competitive Higher Education"2011-2013
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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "Research on Assessment of University Internationalization under Globally Competitive Higher Education"2011-2013
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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "Research on Assessment of University Internationalization under Globally Competitive Higher Education"2011-2013
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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "Research on Assessment of University Internationalization under Globally Competitive Higher Education"2011-2013
7.Comprehensive Research on Internationalization of Higher Education under Rapid Structural Change at the Global Level
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Grant-in-Aid (B) "Comprehensive Research on Internationalization of Higher Education under Rapid Structural Change at the Global Level"2010-2012
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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C) "Comparative Study on Student Exchange to Japan and non-English Speaking EU Countries"2008-2010
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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C) "Comparative Study on Student Exchange to Japan and non-English Speaking EU Countries"2008-2010
10.Research on the condition and reform of the acquisitions and evaluations developed by outstanding foreign University teachers and scholars
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Research on the condition and reform of the acquisitions and evaluations developed by outstanding foreign University teachers and scholars2007-2008
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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "Comparative Study of Foreign Academic Credentials among Higher Education Institutions"2005-2006
12.Comparative Study of Foreign Academic Credentials among Higher Education Institutions
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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "Comparative Study of Foreign Academic Credentials among Higher Education Institutions"2005-2006
13.Developing Evaluation Criteria to Assess the Internationalization of Universities
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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A) "Developing Evaluation Criteria to Assess the Internationalization of Universities"2004-2005
14.MEXT's Support Programs for Internationalization of Japanese Universities with a Focus on Strategic Fund for Establishing International Headquarters in Universities / Final Report pp.226-231
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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A) "Developing Evaluation Criteria to Assess the Internationalization of Universities"2004-2005
15.Differences in the Context of Internationalization by Region: North America (Norio Furushiro, Shingo Asizawa, Akiyoshi Yonezawa et al) / Final Report pp.33-40
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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A) "DevelopingDeveloping Evaluation Criteria to Assess the Internationalization of Universities"2004-2005
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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A) "Developing Evaluation Criteria to Assess the Internationalization of Universities"2004-2005
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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A) "Developing Evaluation Criteria to Assess the Internationalization of Universities"2004-2005
18.Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, United States of America / Interim Report pp.95-224
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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "Policies and Strategies for International Student/Educational Exchange in the Asia-Pacific Region"2003-2005
19.Policies and Strategies for International Student/Educational Exchange in the Asia-Pacific Region
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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "Policies and Strategies for International Student/Educational Exchange in the Asia-Pacific Region"2003-2005
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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "Policies and Strategies for International Student/Educational Exchange in the Asia-Pacific Region"2003-2005
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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "Policies and Strategies for International Student/Educational Exchange in the Asia-Pacific Region"2003-2005

Past Joint Research and Commissioned Research

NOResearch subjectStyleYearOutline
1.Project Atlas of Student MobilityInternational joint research2009-
2.Higher Education in the Asia-Pacific: Strategic Responses to GlobalizationInternational joint research2004-2008
3.RFID as the Key to the Ubiquitous Network Society: A Japanese Case Study on Identity ManagementInternational joint research2007
4.International Mobility of Human Resources of Science and TechnologyInternational joint research2006-2007
5.International Comparative Higher Education Finance and AccessibilityCommissioned research from business sector2000-2003
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