The Central Council for Education University Subcommittee Education Subcommittee has put together guidelines on graduation certification, degree conferral policies, curriculum organization, implementation policies, enrollment acceptance policies, and operations.We urge each university to formulate and review policies in line with the guidelines by the end of FY2016.

 According to the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, the guidelines specify the policy of graduation certification and the policy of conferring a degree, and what kind of results should be achieved to confer a degree.In the curriculum organization and implementation policy, it is recommended to enhance efforts for qualitative transformation of university education.The policy for accepting new students indicates what kind of evaluation method should be used from various angles.
It is desirable to formulate the three policies as one, and it is important to create a system for that purpose.On top of that, we request that the content be fully understood by a variety of people, including applicants for admission, working people, and foreigners.

 In the operation of the three policies, the PDCA cycle starting from each policy and the establishment of a management system on a university-wide scale, the development of systematic and systematic education, the evaluation of learning outcomes by individual students, and the evaluation of learning outcomes by individual students, each university The points to keep in mind are self-inspection and reform of initiatives.

reference:[Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology] Formulation of "Graduation Certification / Degree Conferral Policy" (Diploma Policy), "Curriculum Organization / Implementation Policy" (Curriculum Policy) and "Enrollment Acceptance Policy" (Admission Policy) And operational guidelines (March 28, 3, University Education Subcommittee)

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