With external funds from foreign governments, JICA and private corporations, Ritsumeikan is conducting various training programs including expert and professional human resource development. Each training program is carried out in cooperation with research centers, other divisions and offices, Ritsumeikan University, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, and affiliated schools.
Commissioned Programs NEWS/EVENTS
- 01. 24, 2018 Indonesia’s Public Policy Planning Training – Seventh Session-
- 02. 08, 2017 Indonesia’s Public Policy Planning Training – Sixth Session-
- 01. 26, 2016 Indonesia’s Public Policy Planning Training – Fifth Session-
- 12. 09, 2014 Indonesia’s Training of Trainer Program –Fourth Session- in Disaster Mitigation at Ritsumeikan
- 10. 21, 2014 Ritsumeikan Conducted a Training Program for Strengthening the Capacity of Tumba College of Technology
Special Training Program for Administrator from Chinese Universities
This training program is designed for current or potential faculty members who are involved in university administration in provinces, cities and autonomous regions of inland China. This program is intended to strengthen their capacities for university reforms and management in China.
Short Term Overseas Non-Degree Training of Trainer Disaster Mitigation (Indonesia)
This training program is targeted at local and central government officials, university lecturers and researchers, to enhance their knowledge and capacities for Disaster Mitigation in areas such as tsunami, nuclear accident, agricultural damage, unfounded rumors, and downturns in the tourist industry that Japan has experienced since the Great East Japan Earthquake.
The Project to Support the Enhancement of the Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER) of Children with Intellectual Disability and Development of Individualized Education Programs (IEPs)
As a follow-up to the JICA Partnership Program: “The Project to Support the Enhancement of the GER of Children with Intellectual Disability and Development of IEPs, we have implemented “The Project for the Development and Spread of IEPs that enhance the GER of Children with Intellectual Disability” since September 2011.
Alumni Training in Japan
Highlights of the Japanese Development Experience: Lessons for JJ/WBGSP Alumni
The aim of this program is for selected alumni of the JJ/WBGSP to become more familiar with Japan and build good relationships with Japanese companies, associations and individuals.
Conservation and Risk Management of Historic Towns for Cultural Tourism
The aim of this training program is for participants from developing countries to learn about principles, research and planning methods of conservation of historic towns, in accordance with modernization, through theory-based lectures and fieldtrips.
Tourism Development through Appropriate Management of World Heritage Site
This program is designed for local, regional and central government officials who are involved in the management of world heritage sites and tourism development. Through lectures and site visits, participants are expected to learn methods and knowledge about the tourism development of world heritage sites in Japan, and make an action plan that will enhance tourism while taking account of conservation and disaster prevention at world heritage sites in their own countries.
COSMO-ADOC-RITSUMEIKAN Japanese Language Program
With the aim to "create an academic institution open to international society" addressed under the Ritsumeikan Charter, Ritsumeikan has been conducting a variety of projects for human resource development to strengthen the relationship with Middle Eastern countries in cooperation with other countries and industries.
Sri Lanka Tourism Resources Improvement Project (TRIP)
The aim of the TRIP project is to improve income levels and alleviate poverty in Sri Lanka by increasing the number of tourists from overseas, especially from East Asia, including Japan.