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Last updated: 16 May 2019

Advanced Academic Writing/PresentationSNOWBALLSM-Skype/K-Skype
Course on academic writing, discussion, and presenting in English to enhance your technical communication skills."Self Navigation Web Based Literacy Learning System". Innovative e-learning system to teach university students technical English vocabulary.Language exchange through Skype about culture, education, and campus-life between UT students learning English and MIT students learning Japanese.

Special English LessonsEnglish wRIiting Consultant (ERIC)International Friday Lounge
Series of English conversation and TOEFL-preparation courses offered by renowned language schools for a reduced fee. Organized by the GWP for all students of The University of Tokyo.Trained international students of ToDai give writing tips and feedback on your scientific English publications.Gathering of Japanese and international students where actual topics are discussed over lunch.

The GWP office moved

New location: From the main entrance of Engineering Building 8, take the stairs to the 2nd floor. Turn right into the main corridor, and right again into a narrow corridor. Near the end, take the stairs on your right, and at the top enter the door on the left (room 324). You can find the map here (PDF).

Hongo Campus Map (Engineering Bldg. 8)
Engineering Bldg. 8, room 324 (via 2nd floor)


-Aiming to be a base for research  
 and education open to the world-

1.Fundamental philosophies of the School of Engineering for globalization,
  and the role of the GWP

  ・To recruit talented people from inside and outside of the nation and educate them
   to produce individuals capable of conducting global activities, through high quality
   education, and to provide human resources who contribute to improvement in
   human life across national borders
  ・To contribute further more to the creation and utilization of engineering knowledge
   by promoting international collaboration and academic-industrial alliance
  ・To make effort consistently to improve our ability of contribution to international
   society, seeking for high morality as a public institution

   The GWP is an organized project aiming to eliminate all kinds of barriers
   in the international research activitiesthe of the School of Engineering

2.History of the GWP

   - June 2002 : The Global Ware Project (GWP) Committee was established
   - November 2002 : The office of Global Ware Project was established
   - April 2004 : The 2nd GWP Committee was established
   - April 2005 : The Office of GWP was reorganized as part of Center for
Innovation in Engineering Education
- October 2018 : The Office of GWP was reorganized as Global Education Center

3.GWP Action Plan

Prof. Kumiko MORIMURA
Director of GWP (~2018)

Prof. Shuichi Rokugawa
Dr. Yuka Akiyama
Ms. Yoko Nemoto
Ms. Mirai Inoue

  1.To Establish Networks for International Graduates
  2.To Expand the Number of Graduate School Lectures in English
  3.To Reinforce English Education for Undergraduate Students
  4.To Improve Services for Visiting Researcher
  5.To Support SE-UT International Symposium Series
  6.To Establish Researchers' Base Abroad
  7.To Translate Notices

Global Center for Innovation in Engineering Education (2016)

Contact: Global Education Center
secretary-esp @ t-adm.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp
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