Untitled. Untitled. Untitled. Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies | The University of Tokyo. Department of Interdisciplinary Information Studies Socio-information and Communication Studies Course In the Socio-information and Communication Studies Course, students acquire interdisciplinary knowledge in the various fields concerned with social and cultural phenomena related to media, communication and information. There are six main areas of study in this course: (1) Media and journalism studies, (2) Social psychology and information behavior, (3) Law and policy, (4) Economics and industrial studies, (5) Sociology and history, and (6) Asian regional studies.
While maintaining foundations in the existing humanities and social science disciplines, faculty associated with this course are engaged in research using the most recent data and interdisciplinary perspectives. Results from this research are introduced to students in classes. . ◆ Required Japanese Level Ability to read and understand literature written in Japanese Cultural and Human Information Studies Course. Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies | The University of Tokyo. Admission 2016 | ITASIA.
As notified in advance, the ITASIA Program's admission for 2016 enrollment has major changes including the following: The timing of entrance will become late September in 2016 instead of early October because of university-wide changes of academic calendar, which also includes a shift from the previous two-semester system to the four-term system.The selection has just one phase now, instead of two phases in previous years. All applications must arrive by January 5, 2016. Please make your all preparation earlier because the only deadline is more than seven weeks earlier than the previous final deadline. Please carefully read through the explanation below for details. Especially those from the countries that have less than 16 regular education years until university graduation and those without common educational background may have to follow additional procedures by 4:00 pm on November 30, 2015 JST at latest.
*Information and document submission requirements may change without notice. 1. 東京大学大学院 情報学環・学際情報学府 – Emerging Design and Informatics Course. The Emerging Design and Informatics Course is concerned with research and teaching in the information sciences and digital art expression, with a foundation in advanced science and engineering. It comprises three main areas of study: (1) Media art and digital contents, (2) Spatial design and simulation, and (3) Robotics and interfacing. In “Media art and digital contents”, research is conducted on media art expression and the technology of digital content creation based on media technologies such as computer vision and virtual reality, and on information technologies such as computer graphics. “Spatial design and simulation” is concerned with technology for the design of future spaces and social institutions based on simulation technology and related areas of information technology. “Robotics and interfacing” focuses on the study of information technologies related to moving bodies such as robots and vehicles, mechatronics and interfacing. 3 Main Areas of EDI.
東京大学大学院 情報学環・学際情報学府. 東京大学大学院 情報学環・学際情報学府 – CALL FOR PARTICIPATION Summer Program 2016 “Animating Life” : July 4, 2016 — July 14, 2016. Kadokawa Culture Promotion Foundation Presents Summer Program 2016 “Animating Life” : July 4, 2016 — July 14, 2016 APPLICATIONS DUE: March 10, 2016 The Kadokawa Culture Promotion Foundation, in conjunction with the University of Tokyo, will host an annual Summer Program focusing on various aspects of Japanese popular media culture. The theme of this year’s Program is “Animating Life.”
With Anne Allison as the main organizer, the Program invites 10 graduate students from universities around the world, who will collaborate with graduate students from the University of Tokyo. Our hope is that the participants will take advantage of the Program to build new social networks and pursue work related to Japanese media and popular cultures in the future, whether as researchers, artists, or teachers. PROGRAM THEME: Animating Life explores limits of intimacy and forms of companionship creatively reorganized in today’s Japanese popular culture. The Program will be conducted mainly in English. Postgraduate Courses | Singapore - - Healthcare & Sciences - Master Certificate on CIO Practices.
Introduction Being a thought leader in defining IT management education, STMI is offering a unique programme for senior technology leaders. The Master Certifi cate Programme on CIO Practices is formalized to provide insights and best practices that helps prepare and groom individuals aspiring to take up technology leadership roles in the organization. This all-rounded course comprises two sections, namely, IT Leadership Programme (ILP) and Multi-disciplinary Modules (MDM). The ILP will be conducted twice a year as a one-week workshop while the MDM will see participants completing five out of the nine offered modules, all within a stipulated period of eighteen months. The course covers a mix of topics dealing with issues relating to technology,strategic management, business & human capital management and legal & regulatory management.
Admission Download the programme brochure below for more information Course Outline Dates & Fees Other Information Other Available Programmes Contact Details. Untitled. Financing Options | HHL Europe, Germany. Untitled. Untitled. The programme perfectly suits working professionals because it facilitates attendance at courses while working full-time (full-day seminars on Saturdays and Sundays, e-learning modules). The MBA Focus China/Japan curriculum consists of two main components: - Core courses in international management, economics and quantitative methods, cross-cultural and human resource management, finance, operations and project management, law and taxation - Mandatory elective courses in area studies and language training with a focus on either China or Japan.
Students must choose one country focus when applying to the programme. Business Environment aims to equip students with systematic knowledge and a deepened understanding of economics and global economic issues. An overview of research methods is provided and quantitative and qualitative research methods are explored. Untitled. The markets for industrial goods and professional services are constantly in flux. This means that it is critically important for businesses to develop and maintain a climate of ongoing learning and proactive conduct on the part of all employees.
Over the past decade, China has developed into a global economic powerhouse and overtook Germany in becoming the world's greatest exporter in 2009. On the one hand, for Europeans, doing business in China is still quite different from dealing with Western trade partners. On the other hand, engaging in economic activities in Europe may be completely novel for many Chinese executives. To face these challenges from both perspectives, Freie Universität Berlin and Peking University, linked by more than 30 years of partnership, have joined forces to offer a new part-time executive programme: the China-Europe Executive Master of Business Marketing (China-Europe EMBM).
Untitled. Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin (Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin) was the name given on 1 April 2009 to the Technische Fachhochschule Berlin (TFH), the historic University of Applied Sciences situated in the heart of the German capital. Our motto "Study the Future! " perfectly encapsulates our aims. Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin exemplifies practical, hands-on teaching and applied research. The university was named after Christian Peter Wilhelm Beuth, an ideal choice for an innovative educational institute with historic roots. Its predecessor, the TFH, was formed in 1971 by amalgamating several engineering schools, including the Beuth Engineering School. Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin offers the widest range of courses in applied engineering, applied sciences and applied economics in the whole of Berlin and Brandenburg. The high quality of the courses is reflected in the numerous prizes awarded for excellent degree results.
Untitled. Leipzig, located in the heart of Europe and well-connected by road, rail and air, is an ideal home base for easy travel. Berlin, the political capital of Germany, is only an hour's train ride away; the financial capital, Frankfurt, can be reached within three hours. Major European cities like London, Paris or Prague are also in close proximity.
Leading consulting firm Roland Berger Strategy Consultants has identified Leipzig as the most innovative city in Germany. Building on its long history as a centre of trade and commerce, Leipzig has attracted global players like BMW, Porsche, DHL and Amazon. Leipzig offers a compact, high-quality and exciting lifestyle. Accommodation is plentiful and reasonably priced. Leipzig's reputation as a world-class cultural city is based in part on its rich history. The New York Times recently ranked Leipzig as the most interesting place to visit anywhere in the world. Untitled. First semester: Foundations Advanced Intelligent Systems Interdisciplinary and Cognitive Foundations Praktikum Intelligent Systems Second semester: Foundations Advanced Intelligent Systems Interdisciplinary and Cognitive Foundations Praktikum Intelligent Systems Third semester: Project Advanced Intelligent Systems Interdisciplinary and Cognitive Foundations Individual Choice Fourth semester: Master's thesis At the start of the programme, students complete/participate in the project-oriented Praktikum Intelligent Systems.
Here, students have to work on one or more projects covering the areas of hardware, software engineering and development of new approaches and solutions in the area of intelligent systems. For especially well-qualified holders of Bachelor's degrees who exhibit outstanding performance there is the possibility of being admitted to an Doctoral Programme at the Faculty of Technology after the first year of the Master's programme. Untitled. Since the Middle Ages, Frankfurt am Main has been a major trade and finance centre at the crossroads of Europe's trade routes. Today, as the leading financial marketplace in continental Europe, Frankfurt is the seat of the European Central Bank and of international banks such as "Deutsche Bank", "Dresdner Bank" and "Commerzbank". Thus, Frankfurt is at the centre of European monetary policy and the European Monetary Union. Major public banking institutions, including "Deutsche Bundesbank" and "Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau", one of the EU's leading public credit institutions, are based in Frankfurt, as is the world's fourth-largest stock exchange, the "Deutsche Börse AG".
The "Deutsche Börse" also houses the world's largest and most modern, all-electronic derivatives exchange, Eurex. The region benefits from an outstanding telecommunication and transportation infrastructure. Frankfurt is an international meeting point. Untitled. Untitled. The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) offers long term grants for PhD Candidates for all subjects.
The following two long-term DAAD-scholarship programmes are available: (a)Research Grants - Doctoral Programmes in Germany Scholarships for three years research of a PhD-candidate in Germany under the supervision of a German professor. The doctoral title in this case would be awarded by the German university according to its rules and regulations.
For more information and application requirements please go to [www.funding-guide.de]www.funding-guide.deand key in the programme name. (b)Research Grants - Bi-nationally Supervised DoctoralDegrees Scholarships for a research stay between one and two years at a German university for PhD-research. In this case, the doctoral title is awarded by the Malaysian university according to its rules and regulations. The German professor who is supervising the research stay in Germany could act e.g. as a co-supervisor or academic advisor. Print. German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)