Undergraduate Dispatch Program

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2013     Japanese University     American Host University  
  Nov 3rd - Nov 12th View Itinerary University Tour 2        
      Miyagi Gakuin Women's University Miyagi   Riverside Community College CA
      Kobe Gakuin University Hyogo   Murray State University KY
      Kitakyushu University Kyushu   Kent State University OH
      Kobe University Hyogo   City University of New York NY
  Mar 4th - Mar 13th View Itinerary University Tour 4        
      Chou University Tokyo   La Guardia Community College NY
      Yokohama National University Kanagawa   George Mason University DC
      Chiba University Tokyo   Rice University TX
      University of Tsukuba Tsukuba   The University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh WI
      Fukushima University Fukushima   The University of Wisconsin-Madison WI
      University of Fukui Fukui   Pittsburgh University PA
  Nov 5th - Nov 14th View Itinerary University Tour 6        
      Tohoku University Miyagi   Arizona State University AZ
      Ochanomizu University Tokyo   Five College Consortium MA
      Hosei University Tokyo   United States Military Academy NY
      Otsuma Women's University Tokyo   The University of Alabama AL
      Toyo University Tokyo   Five College Consortium MA
  Mar 4th - Mar 13th View Itinerary University Tour 8        
      Shizuoka University Shizuoka   The University of Kansas KS
      Osaka City University Osaka   University of North Carolina at Charlotte NC
      St. Andrews University Osaka   University of California, Irvine CA
      Kyoto Sangyo University Kyoto   University of South Florida FL
      Hiroshima University Hiroshima   Clemson University SC
      Akashi and Okinawa National College of Technology Hyogo, Okinawa   Babson College MA



The KAKEHASHI Project aims to heighten potential interest in Japan and increase the number of overseas visitors to the country, as well as enhance international understanding of the “Japan brand,” or the nation’s strengths and attractiveness, such as Japanese-style values and “Cool Japan.” The project is also anticipated to revitalize and boost the Japanese economy.

The objective of this youth exchange project is to promote deeper mutual understanding among the people of Japan and the United States, enable future leaders of Japan-US exchanges to form networks, and help young people develop wider perspectives to encourage active roles at the global level in the future. The Invitation program refers to American schools that visit Japan.


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