Yokohama National University has for many years been instrumental in providing university graduates with opportunities to further their post-graduate work.
The University`s special emphasis on the promotion of international exchanges with overseas universities has been stimulated by the role of Yokohama, a major port and the second largest city in Japan, as a point of contact with other countries. Yokohama is the vibrant heart of a civilization which has received direct influence from the West and then integrated these influences into the development of present-day Japan.
The City of Yokohama has a well-developed infrastructure network. Because of its central location, Yokohama has had excellent access to theoretical and practical information available through various international agencies of the government, and Yokohama National University has been closely involved in issues of infrastructure management. Much of this experience and knowledge is applicable to the infrastructure development needs of developing countries.
The Infrastructure Management Program is formally administered by the International Graduate School of Social Sciences` International and Business Law Department, but it is in fact jointly planned and conducted by all of YNU`s graduate schools. In working toward a Master`s Degree through the Infrastructure Management Program, students will study in areas associated with the International Graduate School of Social Sciences, the graduate schools of Education, Engineering, and Environmental and Information Sciences as well as the International Student Center.
In applying for admission to the program, applicants should note the following:
Application and Entry Requirements (PDF file)
Application Procedure (PDF file)
Application Form (PDF file)
Check List （PDF file)
Recommendation Letter （PDF file)
Contact detail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Further info: http://www.igss.ynu.ac.jp/imp/ynu_r/howtoapply/howtoapply.htm
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Rabu, 04 Agustus 2010