(Announced on July 14) 2023 Plaza Subjects 1st Semester/Summer Intensive/Full Year Report/Examination Schedule List

We would like to inform you about the 2023 credit transfer/Kyoto College Plaza subjects (
first semester/summer intensive/full year) report/examination schedule as follows.
If there are any changes (corrections), we will update them as needed.

〇Credit Transfer ・Kyoto College Portal Site ” Notice from University Consortium Kyoto”
Please check the URL below for details of the announcement.


Contact information

Public Interest Incorporated Foundation University Consortium Kyoto Credit Transfer Program
TEL 075-353-9120
 FAX 075-353-9121
〒600-8216 Campus Plaza Kyoto, Shimogyo-ku, Nishinotoin, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto
*Reception hours: Tuesday to Saturday 9:00-
17:00 (excluding year-end and New Year holidays)

Would you like to translate a movie? We are looking for translation volunteers.

The 26th Kyoto International Student Film Festival is looking for volunteer translators who can translate domestic and international student films (Japanese or English) to be screened at this film festival.
The translated content will be displayed as subtitles at the screening of the 26th Kyoto International Student Film Festival to be held in February 2024.

<What is the Kyoto International Student Film Festival?>
This film festival is Japan’s largest international student film festival, planned and operated mainly by university students in the Kansai region, mainly in Kyoto. We collect independent films produced by students from all over the world, judge them, create opportunities to screen them, and aim to discover future filmmakers. Click here for details

Application Requirements

● College students, graduate students, vocational school students, working adults who like movies and are interested in translation work
● Those who are able to work from home or contact the film festival executive committee from the end of September to the end of October.
● Those who can participate in the briefing session (see below) (This does not apply to experienced subtitle translators.)
● Those who are proficient in foreign languages (TOEIC score of 750 or higher is desirable)
● As a reward for your cooperation, we will give you an invitation ticket during the film festival.
*Depending on the number of people, we may not be able to ask all applicants to translate the subtitles. In addition, we may ask for translation/interpretation other than subtitles.

<Briefing session> Online (Zoom)

①1st Briefing
Date: Sunday, July 30, 2023 13:00-15:00
②2nd Briefing
Date: Sunday, August 6, 2023 13:00-15:00

*If there is a change in time, we will inform you via SNS, website, and email.

<How to apply>
Please fill in the necessary information in the application form below.

[26th Kyoto International Student Film Festival] Translator Volunteer Application Form

*If you cannot fill out the form, or if you cannot attend the briefing session for any reason, or if you have any other inquiries, please contact us using the below.

26th Kyoto International Student Film Festival Executive Committee Secretariat
〒600-8216 Campus Plaza Kyoto, Nishinotoin-dori Shiokojigeru, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto
TEL: 075-353-9189 (9:00-17, Tuesday-Saturday) : 00) 
E-MAIL: info-kisfvf-ml ■ consortium.or.jp (please change ■ to @)
HP: http://www.kisfvf.com/

Now accepting applications to participate in the 20th National University Consortium Research Exchange Forum! (Until 7/28)

20th National University Consortium Research Exchange Forum


The National University Consortium Council and the Fujinokuni Regional/University Consortium
will jointly hold the 20th National University Consortium Research Exchange Forum as follows.

We are now accepting applications!
We look forward to your participation.

 Main subject

“Creating a sustainable community spun by a university consortium
-Aiming to create new value for the post-corona era”

date and time

September 2, 2023 (Sat) 13: 30-19:30 / September  3 (Sun) 10: 00-12 :00


Tokoha University Shizuoka Kusanagi Campus (6-1 Yayoi-cho, Suruga-ku, Shizuoka City)

Contents [ Day 1 ] Saturday, September 2, 2023  13 : 30-19 :30

◇ Keynote Speech
“The Land of Japan and the Land of Shizuoka -Large-Scale Natural Disasters and Crisis Management of Higher Education Institutions-“
Mr. Kazuo Oike (President, University of Shizuoka)

◇ symposium
“Expectations for the University Consortium to Build a Sustainable Community”
  Mr. Kazuyuki Hizume (President of Shizuoka University)
  Mr. Tsutomu Deno (Vice Governor of Shizuoka Prefecture)
  Mr. Kimio Sakai (Representative Director and Chairman of Shizuoka Railway Co., Ltd.)
  Mr. Shigehiro Ikegami (Superintendent of Education, Shizuoka Prefectural Board of Education)
◇ Educational Administration Report: Mr. Kenichi Yamada (Deputy Director, University Education and Entrance Examination Division, Higher Education Bureau, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology)
◇ Poster session: Introducing the efforts of consortium organizations nationwide
◇ Information exchange meeting

Contents [ Day 2] Sunday, September 3, 2023 10:00 to 12:00

◇Subcommittee (4 subcommittees in total)
・1st subcommittee (University Consortium Kyoto)
 “Support for students with disabilities and inter-university collaboration”
・2nd subcommittee (Academic, cultural and industrial network Tama)
What kind of roles can be expected from government-academia collaboration?
・3rd subcommittee (Fujinokuni community/university consortium)
“Thinking about how to deal with disasters through collaboration between universities and various entities”
・4th subcommittee (university consortium Osaka)
 “With/Student Volunteer Activities in the After-Corona Era”

participation fee

Participation fee 4,000 yen (free for students)
Information exchange membership fee (general) 4,000 yen (students) 2,000 yen
*Those who wish to receive a report book will need to pay an additional 1,000 yen.

Application period

June 21, 2023 (water) 10:00  ~ July 28 (gold)


For details on each program and how to apply, please check the special website here.

 Special site for the 20th National University Consortium Research Exchange Forum

Click here for leaflet

 20th National University Consortium Research Exchange Forum Leaflet


National University Consortium Council Secretariat
Phone : 075-353-9100 FAX: 075-353-9101
*Business hours: Tuesday-Saturday 9:00-17:00 (excluding year-end and New Year holidays)

[Temporary suspension of availability inquiry page] due to maintenance

Please note that due to communication equipment maintenance, the “Vacancy Check” page on the Campus Plaza Kyoto website will not be available on the following dates and times.

Maintenance date and time: June 12, 2023 (Monday) 10: 00-14: 00

※Depending on the work situation, the time may vary slightly.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Notice of penthouse roof waterproofing and other repair work

At Campus Plaza Kyoto, from June 5, 2023 (Monday) to September 29, 2023 (Friday), waterproofing and other repair work will be carried out

The facility will continue to be available for use during the period of renovation work, but please understand that depending on the construction situation, there may be construction noise and the comings and goings of people involved in the construction work. Thank you very much.


2023 (first semester/intensive/summer intensive) Plaza subject classrooms

2023 (first semester/intensive/summer intensive) Plaza subject classrooms

First semester classes will start on April 7th .
Please check the following URL (credit transfer/Kyoto College portal site “Notice from University Consortium Kyoto”) for details about the classrooms and other details of each plaza subject.

*The information is also posted on the bulletin board in Campus Plaza Kyoto.


<Confirmation of Class Cancellations/Supplementary Classes, etc.>
*Information regarding class changes, such as class cancellations and supplementary classes, etc., will be made on the credit transfer/Kyo College Portal Site.
Please be sure to check for any information in “Notice from University Consortium Kyoto” or “Notice from University” before taking the course.

Public Interest Incorporated Foundation Consortium of Universities Kyoto Credit Transfer Program
TEL +81-75-353-9120 FAX +81-75-353-9121
Campus Plaza Kyoto, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto 600-8216
*Reception hours: Tuesday-Saturday 9:00- 17:00 (excluding year-end and New Year holidays)

[The 18th Policy Research Exchange Conference from Kyoto] A video of “Policy Media” featuring the winners has been released!

At the “18th Policy Research Exchange Conference from Kyoto” held on December 18th last year, Doshisha University’s Noda Seminar Group C, Faculty of Policy Studies, won both the University Consortium Kyoto Chairman’s Award and the Japan Society for Public Policy Award. The representative, Ms. Miu Hayashida, appeared on the non-profit (public property) media “Policy Media” operated by the Policy Analysis Network (public-private partnership policy platform), and the video was released this time.
Please take a look.

You can watch the video below.

◆ “Policy Media” YouTube
[No. 141] Creating public opinion through generational and mixed generation meetings (Miwa Hayashida × Hiroaki Konno)

See below for the competition.

◆ Policy research exchange conference from Kyoto

The 20th Consortium of Universities Research Exchange Forum

Overview of the business

In order to contribute to the development of higher education, we exchange information on the efforts of each university consortium and research results.

Outline of the event


Creating Sustainable Local Communities Woven by University Consortium
~Aiming to Create New Value in Anticipation of the Post-Corona Era~

of the tournament
 At present, universities and other institutions of higher education play a variety of roles, not only for research, education for young people, and the production of human resources, but also as "knowledge hubs" that create innovation and bearers of regional culture.
On the other hand, in order to respond to a mountain of issues such as a declining birthrate and aging society, global environmental problems, the novel coronavirus infection, and the shift to a digital society, and to create a sustainable society, it is thought that it can only be realized by collaborating not only with higher education institutions alone, but also with various entities such as higher education institutions, governments, and industries, and through exchanges involving the local community.
Therefore, the purpose of this forum is to consider the various forms of collaboration that university consortiums have been involved in in order to create sustainable local communities in the future, and to envision the future form of university consortiums aiming to create new value in anticipation of the post-corona era.

Would you like to

Saturday, September 2 and Sunday, September 3, 2023


Tokoha University Shizuoka Kusanagi Campus 
(6-1 Yayoi-cho, Suruga-ku, Shizuoka City) ※About a 4-minute walk from the north exit of JR Kusanagi Station

Attendance fee

Participation fee (general) 4,000 yen / (Student) free Information exchange meeting (general) 4,000 yen / (Student) 2,000 yen * Those who wish to collect reports need 1,000 yen separately

Co sponsored by

National University Consortium Council, Fujinokuni Regional and University Consortium


Day 1 <Saturday, September 2> 

Keynote speeches, symposiums, educational administrative reports, information exchange meetings, etc.

Day 2 <Sunday, September 3> 

 Subcommittees (4 subcommittees in total), etc.

*Contents are subject to change.
* Details will be posted in late May, and applications for participation are scheduled to be accepted in mid-June.

Implementation Report

Scheduled to be posted in early October

Contact information

Secretariat of the National Association
of University Consortiums (University Consortium Kyoto) TEL 075-353-9100 FAX 075-353-9101
〒600-8216 Campus Plaza Kyoto, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto
* Reception hours: Tuesday ~ Saturday 9:00~17:00 (excluding year-end and New Year holidays)

Handling of Facility Use (Updated on March 10)

The use of Campus Plaza Kyoto facilities is currently handled as follows.

Availability 21:30 (Normal business)
Capacity Maximum capacity (normal business)

* Please check with each facility regarding the use of the "Kyoto City Wakamono Employment Support Center", "Employment Ice Age Generation Active Participation Support Corner",
and "The Open University of Japan Kyoto Learning Center" in this facility.
* The reception desk is open at 21:30 (as usual).

* From the viewpoint of preventing the spread of new coronavirus infection, when using Campus Plaza Kyoto, please cooperate with the following points

 ・From Monday, March 13, 2023, based on the government's policy, masks will be based on the basic principle of respecting the independent choice of individuals and leaving the wearing of masks to the judgment of individuals, but since there are cases where people with a high risk of severe illness such as the elderly are at high risk of becoming seriously ill, please cooperate in wearing masks, especially in common areas in the facility.

 ・ When entering the museum, please cooperate in measuring the temperature with the thermometer installed at the entrance and disinfecting your hands with disinfectant.

 ・ If you have a fever (37.5 degrees Celsius or higher or 1 degree above the normal heat ratio) after measuring your temperature at home, etc., or if you have symptoms such as cough, sore throat, sluggishness, or difficulty breathing,
please do not enter the museum.

 ・The distance between seats in the rental room should be at least 2m (minimum 1m).
Also, make sure that people do not stay before and after the usage time.

 ・Please bring a handkerchief or hand towel, and wipe your hands thoroughly after using the bathroom.

 ・Please refrain from talking in the elevator or in the lobby in front of the elevator. You can also use the stairs.


【Internship】Practical training site has been opened!

Training site OPEN!

Practical training information of about 140 companies and organizations registered for the 2023 Internship Program has been released!

This year as well, a variety of companies and organizations are preparing to accept you in the hope of your growth!

In addition to the contents of the training and the planned acceptance period, the appeal points of the practical training and messages from the person in charge are also posted.
Please take a look at the information of many companies and organizations!

Please click here for details such as points to check at the training site and how to use the search site.

Internship Program Portal Site

Contact us

University Consortium Kyoto Internship Project Promotion Office
Mail intern@consortium.or.jp
TEL 075-353-9106 FAX 075-353-9101
〒600-8216 Campus Plaza Kyoto
, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto ※Reception hours: Tuesday~Saturday 9:00~17:0 0 (excluding year-end and New Year holidays)