If you would like to know more about this exchange program, please contact the following staff of the Academic and Student Affairs Division.
CAMPUS Asia Office
Academic and Student Affairs Division
The National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies has been selected to receive funding from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) to support Japanese universities in extending their global reach.
GRIPS was selected for the “CAMPUS Asia” Program to support the formation of an academic consortium of universities among Japan, China and Korea. The consortium members carry out student exchange programs for credit transfers and degree conferrals that meet global academic standards.
GRIPS is a part of the Northeast Asian Consortium for Policy Studies along with the School of Public Policy and Management, Tsinghua University (Beijing, China) and the KDI School of Public Policy and Management (Seoul, Korea). The program plans to exchange 120 students during FY2012–2015.
News 2016.03.31Notice of Program Completion
News 2016.03.02More Integrated Image of Japan—through the lens of my GRIPS life
News 2016.01.12Time of Discovery at KDI School in the New Government City
News 2015.12.28CAMPUS Asia Joint Seminar was held
News 2015.11.17CAMPUS Asia Life @ KDI School Fall Term