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The "Kogakuin Summer Camp 2019" program

 

Following the success of international cooperation activities between the University of Science and Technology – the University of Danang (Vietnam) and Kogakuin University (Japan), 12 students, faculty members and staff of University of Science and Technology – University of Danang (DUT) had a week of memorable experience in Japan thanks to the program "Kogakuin Summer Camp" 2019. The program has achieved certain successes and left a good impression on both representatives from Vietnam and Japan.

 

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The "Kogakuin Summer Camp 2019" program, also known as the "SAKURA Science Exchange Program," is a program that has been maintained for consecutive years by Kogakuin University, the Sakura Science Foundation and DUT. The program is designed to facilitate the students’ability to expand their academic knowledge, discover their potential and, at the same time, develop international understanding. 

8 brilliant students, who excel at academic study as well as foreign language skills, representing various faculties of the DUT were selected to participate in the program. Particularly, the students from the Information Technology Group with 5 representatives include:

- Hồ Long Nhật – from class 15TCLC1

- Nguyễn Công Định – from class 15T2

- Nguyễn Thanh Huyền – from class 16TCLC3

- Trần Thanh Diễm Chi – from class 16ECE

- Nguyễn Thành Lâm – from class 16ES

Throughout the week of the event, beside visiting the facilities located inside campus of Kogakuin University, the students of Information Technology Group also experienced a lot of interesting and useful academic activities.

 

Heated discussion from the Lab…

 

…to the field

 

Visiting Takao-san

 

The highest point of Takao-san (599 m)

 

Trying Onsen Takaosan

 

Outside the official program, the young IT students of DUT have also experienced the daily life Tokyo people like taking the subway, tasting iconic Japanese dishes such as sushi, udon, ramen, and walking in crowded areas such as Akihabara, Shijuku,etc.

 

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Students also had the opportunity to climb to the top floor of the Tokyo City Hall to see the panorama of the city from above.

 

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Walking through a busy street in Akihabara

 

Trying a delicious Tonkatsu teishoku

 

“Mi tom” party at midnight with Japanese friends

 

Conclusion:

A week in Japan has brought a lot of memorable experiences to the students of the Faculty of Information Technology, ranging from the deep impression of the modernity of a country that is scientifically organized, to the warm, attentive feelings from the Japanese people. With all of that, hopefully the DUT students will be able to improve much more in the future in terms of expertise and character, thereby contributing to the good friendship between Vietnam and Japan generally, as well as between the two universities particularly.

 

Information Technology Group and the president of Kogakuin University

 

IT group at farewell party

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