Developing Science Globally
Developing Science Globally

Short Courses

Higher education is where we develop advanced professions, but sometimes the graduates needs practical skills to be successful in their future careers. A student can study hard for years to be graduated in a discipline but the lack of one simple skills can hinder him/her in finding the best job. An example of these kinds of skills is computer. Most of students know basic usage of computer, but sometimes it is needed to practically develop a particular skill.

By running a series of short courses in universities located in the developing countries, the Institute aims to provide new opportunities for students to build a better future for themselves.

These courses are designed based on local potentials and needs for each host university, but it is mainly focused on the digital world to assist students better adapt themselves with modern possibilities.
Intermediate Office Intermediate Office
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Creative Program Creative Program
This programs explores the university from quite different perspectives to find potential possibil...
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