短期交換留学プログラムにおける英語による授業の日本人学生への開講 : カリキュラムの国際通用性と生涯学習
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Creating Courses in English in the Exchange Program for Japanese Students : International Validity of the Curriculum and Lifelong Learning
internationalization of university
life long learning
This paper examines the possibility of offering courses taught in English within the exchange program to Japanese students from the perspective of developing an international curriculum. The Hiroshima University Study Abroad (HUSA) program contains courses taught in English which have been offered to international students who are proficient in English. However, most of these courses are particularly designed for international students in the program, and have not been offered to Japanese students. I shall examine the possibility of developing the international curriculum taught in English for Japanese students and the preparatory steps for it by relating them to the internationalization strategies of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology. A university's competence in training students to contribute to the global society has been actively promoted by the Ministry, and it has become timely to examine the possibility of developing an international curriculum for Japanese students and its significance from the new perspectives of lifelong learning in the global context.
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