The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology has decided to select a project for the FY2023 University Education Revitalization Strategy Promotion Fund, ``Project to Build Networked Graduate Schools in the Humanities and Social Sciences.''
The “Project to Build a Network-type Graduate School in the Humanities and Social Sciences” is based on the “Direction of Graduate School Education Reform in the Humanities and Social Sciences” (Interim Report) (Central Council for Education, August 2022, 8). The aim is to build a new model for training high-level humanities and social sciences humanities and social sciences that meets society's expectations through educational research.
In principle, there were eight applications, with conditions such as starting accepting students from 2024 (or at the latest 2025) and collaborating with two or more universities other than the university's own university.Of these, five projects were selected.The selected representative schools, partner schools, and project names are as follows.
・Ibaraki University (affiliated schools: Utsunomiya University, Tokiwa University)
“Building a Diversity Management Regional Co-Creation Leader Degree Program that realizes opportunity creation and problem solving by building an inclusive society that begins with respect for diversity and vulnerability.”
・Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (affiliated schools: University of Tsukuba, Sophia University)
"English Education Initiative Program"
・Kobe University (affiliated schools: Otaru University of Commerce, Wakayama University)
“An integrated education program from value creation to social implementation to develop human resources who can co-create interactive business value to solve regional/social issues”
・Osaka Public University (affiliated schools: Wakayama University, Kansai University, University of Distribution Sciences)
“CSV (Creating Shared Value) Management Research Program”
・Ryukoku University (affiliated schools: Ryukyu University, Kyoto Bunkyo University)
“University Collaborative Social Innovation Human Resource Development Program”
Ryukoku University, the only private university selected as a representative school, takes up real-world issues and develops the skills needed for social innovation, such as the ability to see the causes of social issues from multiple perspectives and the ability to combine and add knowledge from diverse fields. We will develop a PBL-type educational program that fosters the ability to create value.The Graduate School of Regional Co-creation at the Ryukyu University Graduate School, which we collaborate with, develops highly specialized professionals who utilize Okinawa's regional characteristics as educational resources, and the Kyoto Bunkyo University Graduate School of Clinical Psychology has a research institute and specializes in clinical psychology. is being applied to the field of industrial mental health.The program also responds to the reskilling needs of working adults in various industries, and aims to produce as many people as possible in the world who boldly take on challenges while understanding the difficulty of balancing social and economic rationality. Aim for that.
reference:[Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology] We will announce the selection results for the FYXNUMX “Network Graduate School Construction Project in Humanities and Social Sciences”
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