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【Kyushu Univ.】Accepting Applications for International Undergraduate Programs
We are now accepting applications for IUPE (International Undergraduate Programs in English), admission in fall 2017.
From January 6th to January 27th
For more details, please check each application procedure below.
The mission of the Department of Bioresource and Bioenvironment is to accumulate the knowledge and wisdom required to answer these challenges through the study of life, water, the soil, forests, and the earth, and to share that knowledge, passing it on to future generations as a common asset of humankind in such a way that it can be used to provide an affluent coexistence for both humanity and the global environment at the same time.
This program is geared toward the current, real-world issues on life sciencesenvironmental sustainability, and policy and economic development. Students enrolled in this program will be part of a Faculty with a multidisciplinary nature, boasting 90 years of tradition and experience in research and education, not just locally but in the global stage as well. Being multidisciplinary, this program covers both natural and social sciences, and students may choose to specialize in: (1) Bioresource Production, Engineering and Economics; (2) Applied Biosciences and Biotechnology; (3) Animal Resources; and (4) Forestry and Forest Products. With the pool of experts that we have, we are able to guide the students as they do research in areas like crop science, marine science, animal science, forestry, environmental science and engineering, molecular bioscience and biotechnology, food science, bioresource and bioenvironmental economics, policy and management, and many others. We are confident that as students graduate and leave the university, they will be well prepared and equipped to face the issues in the contemporary world or to continue for further studies.
For more information, visit: www.agr.kyushu-u.ac.jp/english/international/