NUFS sends students to Adamson

Date Posted: February 12, 2019 at 02:53 PM


The Nagoya University for Foreign Studies (NUFS) in Japan has sent 16 students to Adamson University for a three-week Mobility Program that goes beyond training in English proficiency. Mr. Akihiro Hirayama, a teacher, is accompanying the students.

From February 11 to March 2, the students will experience learning the Adamson way. Aside from the English training, they will have actual cultural encounters with different interest groups, in and out of the campus. There will also be guided tours in places of interest in the area of history, finance and economics. The program will conclude with a weekend immersion activity with poor families in a site that is considered as a beneficiary and partner community of the university’s Integrated Community Extension Services Office.

For Nagoya University for Foreign Studies and Adamson University, this collaborative work is a mark of a partnership that subscribes to the intention of both universities to provide quality multi-cultural education to their students.

At the head of the organization of the program is the Ad Hoc Team composed of the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs as chair, the Office for University Relations as coordinator. They are being assisted by its members, namely, the Center for Language Learning, the Cultural Affairs Office, the Integrated Community Extension Services Office and Mr. Arman V. Cruz, Finance and Economics Department chair.       
                


 




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