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What is the International Understanding Education program?

This school aims to educate young men and women to become leaders of their generation, persons who have a rich understanding of other cultures and can speak in common languages of the world. We do not only educate our students to be aware of different cultures, but also to have the confidence and skill to have genuine dialogue with people from around the world about real-world challenges. We endeavor to provide our students with the skills and the dispositions that they need to thrive on the international stage in the twenty-first century.

International Understanding Education Programme
English Camps 1st year,2nd year
Trip to London and Paris 3rd year
International Understanding Lecture Annually
Canada International Understanding Trip 5th year
Service Trip to Manila 5th year
Exchange Trips with our sister schools abroad 4th, 5th and 6th years
Leadership/US History Trip to Harvard University 5th year

Lecture on International Understanding

By allowing students the chance to hear a speech from an individual operating on the front line of international society, a place is created where differences in customs and culture between Japan and the world can be better understood.

The Lecture for International Understanding
Guest Speakers at the Opening Ceremony for New Students
Academic year Guest Title
2015-2016 Mieko Ikegame Special Advisor, African Union-New Partnership for African Development
2014-2015 Adam Beiji Head of Press, information and Cultural Affairs, Embassy of Sweden (Japan)
2013-2014 Matt Fraser Consul and Senior Trade Commissioner
Consulate of Canada in Nagoya
2012-2013 Rieko Suzuki President
Millennium Promise Japan
2011-2012 Allan Edwards Consul and Senior Trade Representative
Consulate of Canada in Nagoya
Rieko Suzuki President
Millennium Promise Japan
2010-2011 Shigeyuki Kamino President Meitetsu Department Store
2009-2010 Allan Edwards Consul and Senior Trade Representative
Consulate of Canada in Nagoya
Joichi Igawa Representative of NPO Asia-Japan Mutual Understanding Centre (ICAN)
2008-2009 Mr. Lowell Shepard Asia Pacific Director
Hope International Development Agency
Eikoh Harada Chairman, President and CEO
McDonald’s Company (Japan)
2007-2008 Louis Pierre Emond Consul and Senior Trade Representative
Consulate of Canada in Nagoya
Akihiro Morimoto Executive Director
GPI Ltd,Canada
2006-2007 Yuuto Kitamura Nagoya University Graduate School for International Development Research – Visiting Professor
2005-2006 Jim F. Goater Editorial Director
UN Regional Development Office
2004-2005 Jeffrey Kuharski Consul and Senior Trade Representative
Consulate of Canada in Nagoya
Norman Moyer Commissioner General for Canada at
the 2005 World Exhibition, Aichi, Japan
2003-2004 Gregory Clark President Tama University
Charles Gardner Commercial Representative for the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Nagoya

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