For students who are considering career in Japan or industrial career and especially those who are not yet considering it.

E3 invites three international alumni of the Graduate School of Engineering to share their different career experiences in Japan.

e3 would like to invite you to the intensive course "Presenting research findings in English" organized by e3 and Environmental Engineering Division. Dr. Elizabeth Webeck from Tohoku University

is invited to teach the course.

Doctoral students are required to undergo mid-term evaluations towards the end of first and second year of their program. Now is a period for evaluation for the D1 and D2 students enrolled in April. Evaluation presentations are public so please join some of the presentations to learn from your seniors. Schedule is updated regularly.

Date&time: January 11, 2017, 15:00-16:30
Venue: Academic lounge 3, Graduate School of Engineering

Instructor: Michael James Henshaw -Specially Appointed Assistant Professor of English as a Foreign Language, Graduate School of Veterinary Medicine, Hokkaido University

 

Participation is free!

GiFT 2016 is an online forum for world students, which distributes 2 hours live broadcast on YouTube Live from 8 p.m. on November 27, 2016.

This year’s themes are “How can you reduce your garbage?” and “What kind of actions are you taking to respond to the global warming?” You can find the details about this forum the following website.

http://sustain.oia.hokudai.ac.jp/gift/index.html

Mr. Thamer Mahmmoud muhammad AL-JBARAT, who entered e3 program this October, will moderate this event. We look forward to your participation!

At the first "Global Talk" Mr. Abhay Kumar from India (M1, Division Energy and Environmental Systems) will introduce one of the biggest railway systems in the world and challenges it’s facing today from the perspective of a railway-man.

Date&time: October 24, 18:10~19:10
Venue: A1-51 (Engineering faculty, main building)
Event is opened for any interested students, faculty members and staff;
No prior registration is required.


*Global Talk aims to promote international exchange between foreign and Japanese students. It provides a platform where students can share their ideas, experience, expertise or culture.

Date&time: November 1, 2016, 16:30-18:00
Venue: Academic lounge 3, Graduate School of Engineering

Have you considered staying and working in Japan?

Timetable for the winter semester (autumn and winter quarters) has been published.

Please keep watching for the timetable updates through classes and registration page and checking for the classes cancellation information at the noticeboard

Winter semester schedule:

3d Quarter (Autumn term): October 3 (Mon)~ December 1 (Thu)
4th Quarter (Winter term): December 5 (Mon) ~ February 8 (Wed)