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Sakhalin State University wants to prepare masters in conjunction with the University of Hokkaido
Sakhalin State University can enter the top five Far Eastern universities, which will prepare masters in conjunction with the University of Hokkaido (Japan). According to the head of the department of international relations and academic mobility of the SakhSU, Professor Viktor Korsunov, Hokkaido University is one of the seven largest universities in Japan. Sakhalin University cooperates with it from 1998 of the year, implementing programs for the exchange of teachers, students, joint scientific activities. It was with the University of Hokkaido SakhSU (still being a pedagogical institute) that began the history of international cooperation.
The initiative for joint training of specialists from border areas - the Russian Far East and Hokkaido - belongs to the Japanese side. The government of the country is interested in this, it also allocates funds for the implementation of this project.
The project involves the preparation of 50 masters: 25 - from among students of the University of Hokkaido, the same number - from five Far Eastern universities (SakhSU, FEFU, Irkutsk State, Pacific State (Khabarovsk) and North-Eastern Federal (Yakutsk). Japanese representatives visited each and received consent.
The administration of SakhSU has already prepared and handed over to the Japanese side a package of documents required for inclusion in the program. Whether the university will become its participant will be announced in September. In case of a positive answer, the project will start this autumn, according to RIA Sakhalin-Kuriles.