Tokyo Tech News
President Yoshinao Mishima attended the Japan-Sweden University Presidents' Summit on October 3. The meeting, held at the Embassy of Sweden in Tokyo, brought together presidents and vice presidents from a total of 22 universities in Sweden and Japan for discussions on internationalization and strategies for closer cooperation.
The morning session included presentations on internationalization models in the two countries by representatives of the Japanese and Swedish governments, and presentations by universities regarding specific internationalization initiatives. In the afternoon Roundtable Discussion, Mishima discussed future prospects for research collaboration and student exchange activities between Tokyo Tech and universities in Sweden.
Having established university-wide cooperation agreements with Sweden's Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Chalmers University of Technology, and Linköping University, and department-wide cooperation agreements with two other Swedish universities, Tokyo Tech is actively involved in student and research exchanges with Swedish partners. In addition, Tokyo Tech will host a joint symposium in collaboration with Uppsala University in November. The event follows the September 2014 Tokyo Tech-Uppsala Joint Symposium held in Sweden. Through these varied activities, Tokyo Tech looks forward to strengthening its ties with Sweden's leading universities.