Call for Participants: UTokyo Global FFDP (2nd Ed.)
|Intended for||General public / Enrolled students / International students / Alumni / Academic and Administrative Staff|
|Application Period||March 1, 2023 — April 24, 2023 23:59|
|Location||Hongo Area Campus,In-person and online|
|Entrance Fee||No charge|
|Registration Method||Advance registration required
(If the number of applicants exceeds the limit, we will conduct a selection process based on the information provided in the form. We might request applicants to participate in a short interview. Those outside the University can also use this form to apply as observers).
For graduate students, researchers, and faculty members who want to enhance their teaching competences!
“UTokyo Global Future Faculty Development Program (UTokyo Global FFDP)/ Teaching Development in Higher Education in English”
Registration is now open!
UTokyo Global FFDP is a program conducted entirely in English and designed with an international perspective to support graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, researchers, and faculty members in acquiring educational competences to fulfill the role of teaching at universities in Japan and overseas. Participants are able to obtain a certificate upon successful completion. As such, the program also offers an opportunity to create bonds with colleagues from different countries and disciplines. The participants of the 1st UTokyo Global FFDP came from 15 countries with backgrounds across a variety of academic fields.
- Program details: https://utokyofd.com/en/ffdp/about/
- Video summary: https://youtu.be/_XlmCsTAMPA
- Registration link: https://forms.gle/KGhxxnfwkArhSz8Y9 (until April 24)
- Syllabus: https://utokyofd.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/Syllabus-2023-v.5.pdf
Graduate students, researchers, and faculty of the University of Tokyo
[Schedule and format]
S Semester 2023 <S1+S2 Term>
Tuesdays (maximum 20 students), 3rd and 4th period (13:00-16:40)
8 sessions (+ DAY 0 for briefing)
For more details (on dates, classroom, etc.), please take a look at the syllabus:
This course is conducted entirely in English. Please note that you will be expected to engage in discussions and assignments in that language.
[Details and how to apply]
Please apply by April 24 (23:59) through the link below.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
We look forward to seeing you!