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Student Exchange Program on Economy, Healthcare and Society with Showa Women's University Tokyo

21.02.2019  08:51

Kick-off: Royal Danish Embassy and Showa Women’s University Faculty

  

The Royal Danish Embassy and Showa Women’s University Tokyo explore cooperation on student exchange programs on Danish and Japanese Economy, Healthcare and Society.

 

The first initiative will be a two-week program in Tokyo this summer, where a group of Danish students visits and study at Showa Women’s University campus. The main topic of the program is business partnership between Denmark and Japan.

 

The Associate Professor at the Faculty of Global Business at Showa Women’s University and the Director of Center for International Exchange oversees the teaching curriculum.

 

Students will participate in case studies from participating commercial healthcare and Life Science organisations, including workshops with business people, offering the students cultural sensitivity, societal values and practical insights to health and business issues provided from Danish companies or Danish-Japanese bilateral organizations operating in Japan.

 

We seek and invite interested lecturer(s) or business organisations from Danish healthcare and life sciences companies in Japan to take contact and participate. Please send me a message

 

Student Exchange Program on Economy, Healthcare and Society with Showa Women’s University Tokyo, February 21st 2019. Tokyo, Japan 

 

Mr. Joakim Steen Barron-Mikkelsen, Economic Diplomacy in Health, Royal Danish Embassy, Tokyo, Japan



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