Students promoted mutual trust and understanding (Denver, USA).

Ibaraki University(IU) was selected for outbound program called KAKEHASHI Project implemented by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan.

23 students stayed in Denver for 8 days. They visited Colorado College(CC), University of Colorado Boulder(UCB), Asian Pacific Development Center(APDC), History of Colorado, and some other cultural and historical places.

They actively participated in various exchange activities, and also disseminated information about Japan.

Learning directly from refugee leaders.

Report and action plan presentation in Denver.

After returning to Japan, the students performed the action plan which was based on their experience in Denver.

International Exchange Cafe with Ambassador from Colombia as a special guest.

Report-presentation at global partnership seminar.

IU KAKEHASHI students are highly motivated to keep on contributing to the globalization of our university.

Trip to Denver, Colorado, USA
Duration: From November 30 (Wed.) to December 7 (Wed.), 2016
Number of IU participants: 23 students and 2 staff

For more information
IU-KAKEHASHI Project Facebook

KAKEHASHI Project (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan)