International Academic Exchange and International Cooperation
As shown in international exchanges and international joint researches to be worthy of a world-class research hub, we have promoted international cooperation.
Erasmus+ is the EU programme in the fields of education, training, youth and sport for the period 2014–2020. The project of Erasmus+, which Politehnica University of Timisoara (UPT), Romania had applied for in the collaboration with NITech, was approved by the European Commission, EU.
This project between UPT and NITech is comprised of 2 mobility activities;
- Student Mobility for Studies (SMS); and
- Staff Mobility for Teaching (STA).
In order to develop a mobile device that performs personalized speech-to-speech translation, six universities in the world has paid their way to international research cooperation.
Collaboration with JICA
JICA Partnership Program (JPP)
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) is fully dedicated to supporting projects implementation process in developing countries. The projects have been developed by Japanese NGOs, Japanese local governments, and Japanese universities, by making use of their accumulated knowledge and experience.
JICA's assistance activities for developing countries have been carried out under grassroots technical cooperation scheme, including Regional Proposal Type, Support Type, and Partnership Type.
Our institution has engaged in the operation of project (Support Type) with Tunisia since 2009.
Please visit JICA site to gather the information on "Technical Cooperation for Grassroots Projects (TCGP).
Inland Higher Education Project
This is one of the Japanese Government's Official Development Support (ODS) projects. With its ODA project for the Chinese government, some challenges such as market economy reform and reduction in regional disparities in China have been aimed.
This project has been prepared to improve higher education quantitatively and qualitatively in Chinese inland areas.
Nagoya Institution of Technology has actively invited faculty members from the counterpart institutions.