The College of Asia Pacific (CAP) is a short-term study abroad and international education collaborative program for Japanese and international students.
Participants will study with university students from the Asia Pacific region to learn about common issues in the wider Asia region through collaborative learning in the form of problem-based learning (PBL) and team-based learning (TBL). The participants will learn firsthand differences in the way in which people perceive and solve problems as the program promotes intellectual exchanges among students with different cultural and social backgrounds.
With a view to studying abroad for a longer period of time in the future, students will have the opportunity to join the international community and take a first step toward becoming a global citizen.
Participants will cultivate multifaceted thinking through intellectual exchanges regarding common issues in the wider Asia region.
Participants will cultivate logical thinking by having discussions and engaging in group projects regarding various themes common to the wider Asia region.
Participants may be initially hesitant to speak up because of concerns that they might make mistakes. However, they will have many opportunities to express their views by trial and error and learn not to feel embarrassed about making mistakes. In this way, they will cultivate the ability to communicate actively.
【Now accepting registration】CAP Online x APRU – Japanese Society in the Era of Globalization（for Kyushu University Students）
CAP in Guam 2023 Summer
CAP Online 2022 Summer
CAP Online 2021 Summer
CAP Online 2021 Spring
Former programs by Research Center for Korean Studies
Message from participants（2021 Spring） *Japanese
Participants Comments（2022 Summer） *Japanese