Students from Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology (MJIIT) Visit Katsushika Campus

On January 25 (Monday), 10 students from the Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology (MJIIT) and a supervising staff member (former Professor Hamada from Keio University) visited the Katsushika campus, observing campus facilities such as the library and research laboratories.

The visitors were first welcomed with a greeting by Professor Motosuke of the Department of Mechanical Engineering in the Faculty of Engineering Division I, who is also a committee member of the Center for Promotion of Internationalization Conference, and then received an explanation on the overview of the Tokyo University of Science by the International Exchange Office. When visiting the library, foyer, and Science Education Center "Mirai Waku-waku-kan," the students were moved by the structure of the library, which is modern and emphasizes privacy, as well as the various experimental facilities of the Mirai Waku-waku-kan. Voices of admiration were heard, and there were also some students taking photos.

After touring the facilities, the students visited the Kawahara Laboratory in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering Division I and the Yoshida Laboratory in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering Division II in the morning. They then visited the Koizumi Laboratory in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering Division I in the afternoon. At each laboratory, the students enjoyed presentations and demonstrations on research contents in English by professors and students. They listened to these presentations earnestly, and actively participated in Q&A sessions.

In the exchange event that started at 3 PM, 8 students from the TUS participated, as well as 3 people from the Katsushika Ward Office, including the head of the Cultural and International Affairs Division. At this event, the visitors listened to an explanation on Katsushika Ward as well as on the partnership between the ward and TUS.

In the exchange event among the students that followed, everyone was talking animatedly with each other up until the very last minute, and it seemed as though the students were able to deepen their interactions with each other despite the short period of time, and some even went to go visit the gymnasium together afterwards.

During this visit, active interactions among everyone were observed, from the professors of the research laboratories to the students, as well as participation in the exchange event. We hope that this day was one in which the students of MJIT were able to sense the attraction of the TUS.


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