This project aims to foster next-generation leaders who will contribute to the improvement of food and nutrition in Africa by strengthening cooperation between Tokyo NODAI and its African partner universities through vigorous bidirectional student exchanges.
|Duration Period||from December 2020 to March 2025|
|Member Universities||Tokyo University of Agriculture (Tokyo NODAI) / Japan
Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) / Tanzania
Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology / Kenya
Ability to acknowledge and analyze food- and agriculture-related issues from different perspectives and devise solutions.
Ability to effectively communicate with people from diverse backgrounds
Ability to take actions for sustainable development from local and global perspectives.
Through online and offline practical learning programs, students will be able to acquire the skills and abilities necessary to become global leaders.
Complimentary online sessions are available for anyone who would like to learn more about Japan. Participants can interact with students from Tokyo NODAI.
Our short-term program includes "Collaborative Learning Program" besides its special contents exclusively designed for the participants from African countries. The special program will cover diversified subjects which polish your insight, awareness, knowledge and skills. These experiences may be applicable upon tackling the issues on food, agriculture and nutrition in your own environment.
Our Long-Term exchange program of 6 to 12 months offers opportunities for international students with high academic motivation to take specialized courses in English and belong to a laboratory to gain practical experience.