The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) has presented a proposal to sort out the issues to the Institutional and Educational Reform Working Group of the Future Vision Subcommittee of the Central Council for Education University Subcommittee, which is considering the future image of higher education.In order to improve the quality of education, it includes establishing an academic management system and amending the Japanese bachelor's degree so that it can be accepted internationally.

 According to the Ministry of Education, in order to disclose information and visualize learning outcomes, it is necessary to grasp the status of knowledge and abilities acquired by individual students through the curriculum, and each university should publish the outline.As a premise, it is required to organize the relationship between knowledge and ability and individual lessons and clarify it in the syllabus.

 The bachelor's degree program requires that universities with multiple faculties be institutionally positioned so that programs that transcend organizations such as faculties can be established as a new type different from conventional faculties.In order to ensure the international applicability of a degree, it is necessary to thoroughly understand the idea that the name of the degree is determined according to the essence of the academic discipline, and to clarify what the major field attached to the degree indicates to foreigners. There was.

 In the re-learning of working people, we are requesting that each university provide a place for learning more than ever by enhancing educational programs through industry-academia collaboration and creating an environment where working people can easily learn.

reference:[Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology] Institutional and Educational Reform Working Group (7th) Handouts

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