岡山大学 유학을 생각하고 계시는 분들께 JAPAN STUDY SUPPORT는 재단법인 아시아학생문화협회와 주식회사 베네세코퍼레이션이 공동운영하고 있는 외국인 유학생을 위한 일본유학정보 사이트입니다. 岡山大学 Humanities and Social Sciences및Natural Science and Technology및医歯薬学総合研究科및Environmental and Life Science및Education및Health Sciences및Law 등 연구과 별 상세 정보도 게재하고 있기 때문에, 岡山大学 관한 유학정보를 찾고 계시는 분들은 꼭 이용해 보시기 바랍니다. 이 외에도 외국인 유학생을 모집을 하고 있는 1,300여 개의 대학・대학원・단기대학・전문학교의 정보도 게재하고 있습니다.
오카야마현 / 국립
Okayama University's library is held in 3 buildings: the Central Library on the Tsushima campus and the Shikata Branch on the Shikata campus, both in Okayama City, and the branch at the Institute of Plant Science and Resources in Kurashiki City. Each branch provides services that extend beyond the needs of each campus or the university, broadly supporting local communities and other educational and research institutions as well. Electronic library services are provided through a website, with digitized versions of university publications and image collections, approximately 20,000 electronic journals (including free publications), 25 types of databases, and the sharing of faculty research achievements (the academic results depository) providing a wide-range of functional access to information.
The Shikata Branch of the university library was renovated recently. The west side of the building has been fully-covered in glass, which reflects Junko Fukutake Hall across from it. The renovation increased the number of reading rooms and added new facilities to renew the building's spaces and make it more comfortable. The building is designed to accommodate both individuals and groups and various learning styles.
[Cafe Onsaya - Shikata Branch, 1st floor]
The cafe provides a space for relaxation before or after a study session.
[Junko Fukutake Hall]
Junko Fukutake Hall (referred to by students as "J-Hall") was built on the Shikata campus through a donation by Junko Fukutake, Vice Chair of the Fukutake Education and Culture Foundation. The building was designed by the architectural firm SANAA, recipients of the Pritzker Prize (considered the Nobel Prize of architectural achievements) and the creators of other buildings such as the Louvre-Lens art museum in France.