We are fostering competitive students who use the Honors Year (special leave of absence) so that they study efficiently in a shortened period and improve their skills through study abroad or international conferences. Also, with the number of students participating in the Honors Program increasing, the students are becoming good role models for other students.
As the number of students who have acquired knowledge and technical skills related to global ventures increases, more students are bringing the world's cutting-edge technologies to Aizu. That improves their entrepreneurial spirit and leads to the next generation of students.
Students are growing into world-class personnel with advanced technical skills, language skills, and the ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds.
Students can develop the capability to accommodate, coordinate, and integrate into multicultural environments through communication with Japanese and international students around the world. Also, as the number of students participating in the ICTG Course increases, globalization on campus, such as bilingual information, is progressing faster.
We can explore new possibilities through educational support and joint research with developing countries in the ICT field. Besides, we contribute to the improvement of the world's technological capabilities.
Not only Japanese, but also international students participate in revitalization projects so they will grow into people with unique ideas through improving their skills and understanding about Fukushima and Aizu.
Students can get the opportunity to understand regional needs by participating in, not only nationwide and international contests, but also regional contests. The regional community is also energized when students participate in these contests.