Our Works

Big Impact to Cambodia

As alumni of one of world top research universities, each member has excellent skills especially in research fields.

We are seeking the big impact to change Cambodia. If you are interested in us, please contact us>. We are willing to cooperate with you.

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Our Works (Example)

  • Support or co-found social businesses in Cambodia
  • Support your research focused on Cambodia, Japan or ASEAN countries
  • Support your organization to cooperate with The University of Tokyo or other Japanese Organization
  • Support or advice you how to get scholarships to study in The University of Tokyo.

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Achievements


Nov. 2017 : Mentor-ship program with WEduShare

Hold Menter-ship Program with WEduShare and continuously supported those who want to study in U-Tokyo. (Closed in January 2018)


Aug. 2017 : International Exchange for U-Tokyo students and Cambodian students

Invited 5 students from U-Tokyo and hold several exchange programs. One program was featured in Khmer Times.


Jul. 2017 : Scholarship Seminar @Emerald Hub and National Bank of Cambodia

Organized Scholarship Seminar @Emerald Hub and @National Bank of Cambodia. Speaker : Prof. Nishizawa, Mr. Ear Chariya and Mr. Yoshi Oya


Feb. 2017 : Special Lecturing for IFL students

Organized Special lecturing for IFL students (Speaker : Prof. Nishizawa) and discussed with the future of Cambodia.


Jan. 2017 : Medical Study Tour

Prof. Jimba and students in Faculty of Medicine visited Cambodia and discussed with local and international organizations.


Jul. 2016 : Invited Prof. Nishizawa, and discussed scholarship opportunity to GraSPP, U-Tokyo


Aug. 2016 : Supported U-Tokyo Study Tour in Cambodia organized by Prof. Jimba and Prof. Shibanuma


Aug. 2016 : Opening Ceremony of UTAC

Addition to the professors, students and staff of U-Tokyo, the core member of Embassy of Japan in Cambodia, JICA, JETRO, JACCJCC, and other organizations attended the ceremony.


Aug. 2016 : Hold 1st U-Tokyo Alumni Forum

The theme was “Sustainability Challenges in Cambodia – from Global Health Experiences”.

 

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