【For University Faculty and Staff】2024 SD Joint Training Program
We are now accepting applications for the “Time Management Course Useful for Work”.

In this training, under the pretext of “for students” and “for teachers,” the purpose of this training is to acquire through lectures and work methods that can create opportunities to break through the current situation surrounding the higher education industry, where there is always a shortage of personnel despite the fact that there are many things to do, and Mr./Ms..
Mr./Ms.’s time is not infinite. In addition, there is a limit to the work that can be done during the working day. In addition, in the work of a school corporation, there are many “destinations” that are invisible, and there may be no limit. I would like to use this as an opportunity to review the fundamental way of proceeding with work from the perspective of how to carry out work efficiently, whether the work is really necessary, and whether the standardized way of proceeding with work (manual) is correct. Let Mr./Ms. all of you look back at your own behavior patterns, analyze their characteristics, and find sustainable ways of working. Further effects can be expected by working together while exchanging opinions.
Let’s use this as an opportunity to meet people who work in the same industry and connect them to the future!

【Lecturer】 Shinobu Doi
Ritsumeikan University Faculty of Law Office Secretary
【Date & Time】 Wednesday, August 28, 2024 13:00~16:00
【Venue】 Campus Plaza Kyoto
Target: University faculty and staff up to 5 years of service
(Priority will be given to those who have been with the company up to 5 years, but those who are not eligible can also participate.)
【Participation Fee】 University Consortium Kyoto member schools: 1,000 yen (4,000 yen for those other than those listed on the left)
* We will send you an invoice.
[Capacity] 25
Application deadline: Wednesday, August 14, 2024, 5:00 p.m.
【Training Summary】 Time management courses that are useful for work
Organizer: University Consortium Kyoto

 

The 27th Kyoto International Student Film Festival We are looking for volunteer translators!

The Kyoto International Student Film Festival, which is celebrating its 27th anniversary this year (scheduled to be held in February 2025), is looking for volunteer translators to translate student films from Japan and abroad into English and Japanese for the festival’s screenings.
The translated text will be displayed as subtitles at the time of the screening.
Those who cooperate will receive an invitation ticket for the duration of the festival as a reward.
We look forward to receiving your application.

the kyoto international student film festival>
Kyoto International Student Film Festival is the largest international student film festival in Japan. The event is organized by the University Consortium Kyoto, and university students from the Kansai region, mainly in Kyoto, are responsible for planning and operation as executive committee members. Independent films produced by students are collected from all over the world, and the students judge and select the films to be screened. Click here for details

Application Guidelines

Eligibility
■ University students, graduate students, and vocational school students who are interested in movies and translation work (working people are also welcome)
■ From September to October, those who can sincerely face the winning works and work with the executive committee to do translation work.
■ Those who can participate in the briefing session on translation (not except those who have experience in translating subtitles)
■ Proficiency in a foreign language (preferably TOEIC750 points or higher)

briefing session held online (Zoom)

We will hold a briefing session on subtitle translation online as follows.
* If you are able to participate, the executive committee will inform you of the URL by e-mail.

(1) First briefing session
Date Time: Sunday, July 21, 2024 13:00~15:00
(2) Second briefing session
Date Time: Sunday, July 28, 2024 20:00~22:00

How to apply
Please fill out the application form below.

【The 27th Kyoto International Student Film Festival】Volunteer Translation Application Form

* If you are unable to fill out the form, or if you have any other questions or concerns, please contact the following.


27th Kyoto International Student Film Festival Executive Committee Secretariat
〒600-8216 Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Nishitoin-dori, Shiokoji Shimoru Campus Plaza Kyoto
TEL: 075-353-9189 (Tue~Sat 9:00~17:00)
E-MAIL: info-kisfvf-ml■consortium.or.jp (Please replace ■ with @)
HP:http://www.kisfvf.com/

【Event Report】Yoshimoto Gion Hanazuki × Kyoto Student Public Relations Department Event “Gion Hanazuki University”

On Sunday, February 4, 2024, Yoshimoto Gion Hanazuki and the Kyoto Student Public Relations Department collaborated to hold the title “Kyoto Student Public Relations Department presents Gion Hanazuki University ~ OB / OG is back! Homecoming Day 2024 ~”.

The Kyoto Student Public Relations Department is a student organization that aims to disseminate the charm of “Kyoto University City and Student City Kyoto” from the perspective of university students studying in Kyoto to junior high and high school students nationwide who will become university students in the future through articles and SNS.

Mr./Ms. who performed comedians, student groups, Kyoto Student Public Relations Department

About Gion Kagetsu University

This event aims to let people know about the charms of Kyoto universities and student life while enjoying comedy in Kyoto.

In 2019, the event was held at the theater once in 2019, and it was planned by members of the Kyoto Student Public Relations Department, and with the cooperation of Yoshimoto Gion Kazuki, it was held for the first time in five years.

For more information on the 2019 events, please see the following article.

◎ [Gion Kazuki University finally opens!] We will deliver plenty of content from the performance on the day to the performers’ comments!

■Date and time: Sunday, February 4, 2024 18:45 Open 19:15 Start (20:30 end) [Finished]
■ Location: Yoshimoto Gion Hanazuki
■ Performers

Long Coat Daddy, Gion, Navy Afro, Genius Pianist, Nightingale Dance, Minami Reiwa Kita Ryosuke Kono (MC), Kyoto Student Public Relations Club Member, Kyoto Circle / Student Organization

■ Contents

・ Presentation of stories by Mr./Ms.

・ Frank worry consultation meeting for university students

・Introduction of unique circles and student organizations, etc.

■ Tickets: Student fee 1,000 yen (student ID required), general admission 2,000 yen

On the day of the event

Before the start of the show

On the day of the event, many Mr./Ms. were seated on the second floor, and many students who were the target of this event also attended.

When the event started, Mr./Ms., a performer entertainer, appeared as the opening and a free talk was held.

opening

After that, Mr./Ms. of each duo presented their stories, and there was a burst of laughter from the audience.

After enjoying the story, there will be a corner planned by the members of the Kyoto Student Public Relations Club, which will be a consultation session for university students and an introduction to student organizations in Kyoto.

At the consultation meeting, we took up the concerns that were recruited from the general public in advance, and the public relations department served as judges, and all the comedians Mr./Ms. came up with solutions.

It was a time when various interesting advice was given and episodes of Mr./Ms.’s student days were heard.

Consultation for university students

After the consultation session, we went to a corner that introduced student organizations in Kyoto, which are full of individuality.

This time, the following five organizations appeared at this event.

・Kyoto Kabaddi Circle Kamodi

・Kansai Intercollegiate “Quiddetch” Circle KYOTO LILAC FOXES

・Ritsumeikan Double Dutch Club Dig Up Treasure

・Kyoto University Moruk Circle Ankka

・Doshisha Hero Show Club

After each group introduced themselves, all the comedians Mr./Ms. experienced the activities together.

There were some sports that I had never seen before, and all Mr./Ms.the spectators seemed to be cheering on the participating comedians Mr./Ms. and having a lot of fun together.

In the hero show, the comedian Mr./Ms. who played the villain defeated the hero, and the entire venue was enveloped in a whirlpool of laughter.

Kyoto Student Organizations Introduction Corner (Ritsumeikan Double Dutch Club Dig Up Treasure)

Kyoto Student Organizations Introduction Corner (Doshisha Hero Show Club)

It was the first collaboration event with Yoshimoto and Gion Hanazuki in five years, and thanks to the Mr./Ms. of Yoshimoto and Gion Hanazuki, all Mr./Ms.the comedians, and everyone in the student group, we were able to finish it Mr./Ms. great success.

In the questionnaire for the event, we received many positive comments, such as “The content was substantial” and “It was an event that was easy for students to participate in, so I would like to see more of it.”

For the members of the Public Relations Department who were involved in this event, it seems that being able to give shape to what they planned in this way led to growth and confidence, and it was a great learning opportunity for the Kyoto Student Public Relations Department.

Please take a look at the official website of the Kyoto Student Public Relations Department, “Kotokare,” which also publishes event report articles written by members of the Public Relations Department.

[#お笑いライブレポ] Kyoto Student Public Relations Department presents Gion Kazuki University – OB / OG is back! Homecoming Day 2024~

Click here for more information about the Kyoto Student Public Relations Department.

University Consortium Kyoto, Kyoto Student Public Relations Department
TEL 075-353-9130 FAX 075-353-9101
〒600-8216 Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Nishitoin-dori, Shiokoji, Shimo-ku, Kyoto, Campus Plaza Kyoto
* Reception hours: Tuesday ~ Saturday 9:00 ~ 17:00 (excluding year-end and New Year holidays)

Applications for 2024 credit transfer will open on March 15.

Applications for the 2024 academic year will begin on Friday, March 15.

〇 Credit transfer courses are available on the credit transfer and Kyoto College portal site.
Please check the following URL for details and details.

https://tg-kyoto.consortium.or.jp/

*The course registration (application) period varies depending on the university you belong to. Please be sure to apply within the period specified by your university.

Inquiries

University Consortium Kyoto Credit Transfer Project
TEL 075-353-9120 FAX 075-353-9121
〒600-8216 Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Nishitoin-dori, Shiokoji, Shimo-ku, Kyoto, Campus Plaza Kyoto
* Reception hours: Tuesday ~ Saturday 9:00 ~ 17:00

【Industry-Academia Collaborative Education Program (formerly Internship Program)】Internship destination has been released!

Practice site search site OPEN!

Practical training information of companies and organizations registered for the 2024 Industry-Academia Collaborative Education Program (about 140) has been released!

This fiscal year, about 140 attractive companies and organizations in various industries, including manufacturing, finance, tourism, universities, and government offices, including the Kyoto area, are all expecting Mr./Ms.’s growth and preparing to accept them.

Please visit the top page of the portal site “Internship Site Search Site” for information on companies and organizations.
In addition to the contents of the training and the expected period of acceptance, the appeal points of the training and messages from the person in charge are also posted.

Industry-Academia Collaborative Education Program Portal Site

★ “How to use the training site search site”

Contact us

University Consortium Kyoto, Industry-Academia Collaborative Education Project Promotion Office
Mail intern@consortium.or.jp
TEL 075-353-9106 FAX 075-353-9101
〒600-8216 Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Nishitoin-dori, Shiokoji, Shimo-ku, Kyoto, Campus Plaza Kyoto
* Reception hours: Tuesday ~ Saturday 9:00 ~ 17:00 (excluding year-end and New Year holidays)

2024 International Student Internship Recruitment Recruitment Information (Organizer: International Student Study Kyoto Network)

2024 Internship Acceptance Opportunities for International Students

International Student Study Kyoto Network (Secretariat: International Affairs Department, University Consortium Kyoto)

Since 2016, the International Student Study Kyoto Network (Secretariat: Kyoto International Business Department, University Consortium) has been conducting an internship program for international students living in the Kyoto area. In this internship program, we are looking for companies and organizations that can accept international students. *For more information on the International Student Study Kyoto Network, please refer to https://www.studykyoto.jp/ja/aboutus/ here.
* Flyer for accepting companies and organizations

Purpose and Features

International Student StudyThis program aims to help international students from Kyoto Network member schools find employment at companies and organizations in the Kyoto area (especially mid-tier enterprises and SMEs/organizations) through work experience. For host companies and organizations, there are various benefits such as revitalizing the company by accepting international students, accumulating experience in accepting foreign employees, and PR to international students. *2023 International Student Internship Results (You can check the attributes of international students who participated in the last year.) )

Eligible companies

Approximately 40 companies and organizations with headquarters, branch offices, offices, etc. in Kyoto Prefecture that can accept international students in Kyoto Prefecture

*Please consider accepting 1~2 international students per company or organization.

How to apply

Please fill out the application form (click here ←).

* Companies and organizations that have applied will be contacted by the management contractor (temporary staffing company) after confirming the contents.

Eligible International Students

International Students must be enrolled in a member school of the Kyoto Network (equivalent to a third-year undergraduate student or higher).
(Including those enrolled in vocational schools and those enrolled in Japanese schools who have graduated or completed a higher education institution in their home country, etc.) )

 

 

 

 

 

* Selection and matching will be conducted by interview. For participating international students, we will check their Japanese language proficiency and motivation to work in Japan, and provide pre-training on business etiquette and compliance before dispatching.

* OB / OG interview ~ I faced job hunting with all my might ~

~Paid Internship Program Experience! ~

Period of employment

Tuesday, August 13, 2024 ~ Friday, September 27, 2024 (tentative)

* For details such as the actual employment period of international students, such as activities outside the status of residence, please consult with the person in charge of the project.

Acceptance Criteria

(1) Paid internship

At a minimum, we ask that you provide at least 5 days (or 40 hours) of work opportunities.

* International students are allowed to work within the range of “permission to engage in activities outside the status of residence (28 hours per week)” during the class period, but 40 hours per week during the summer vacation. You will be able to work until your hours. Please note that the summer vacation period varies depending on the school to which the international student belongs, so please contact us as appropriateCompanies and organizations are responsible for: Dispatch fee (¥1,260 per hour), student transportation fee (actual cost up to ¥1,000 per day) * Once the dispatched international student is confirmed, a worker dispatch contract will be concluded with the management contractor (dispatch company) of this program. As a result, various procedures such as social insurance are not required by the host company or organization, and the procedure is extremely simple compared to direct employment by the host company or organization.

(2) Unpaid internship

During the implementation period, in principle, please set up a work experience of 5 days (or 40 hours). This is a project implemented as an agreement-type internship in which an agreement regarding the acceptance of internships is concluded between the host company or organization and the International Student Study Kyoto Network Secretariat.

Flow after application by the host company / organization

After applying for participation in this program, the temporary staffing agency will proceed with specific administrative procedures.

(1) Registration for companies and organizations (deadline: Friday, May 31)

*Click here to apply.

(2) Exchange meeting between host companies and organizations and international students [Date] Saturday, June 15, 2024

You will be asked to answer questions from international students about your business and the work you are in charge of.

(3) Selection and matching through individual interviews with international students by the secretariat (late June ~ early July)

(4) Notification of matching results between international students and companies and organizations (mid-July)

(5) Face-to-face visits to companies and organizations (late July ~ early August)

(6) Confirmation of host students, various procedures (paid: dispatch contract, unpaid: conclusion of agreements, etc.) (late July ~ as needed)

(7) Preparatory training for international students (Thursday, August 8)

(8) Employment at the host company or organization (August 13 (Tue) ~ September 27 (Fri))

 

Inquiries about this project in general

International Student Study Kyoto Network Secretariat

University Consortium Kyoto International Business Department (Murata, Sawada)

TEL: 075-353-9164 FAX: 075-353-9101 *Reception hours: Tuesday ~ Saturday 9:00 ~ 17:00 (excluding year-end and New Year holidays)

Email:kyoto-nw◆consortium.or.jp *Please replace ◆ with @.

【Industry-Academia Collaborative Education Program (formerly Internship Program)】We have started accepting registrations for host companies and organizations for the 2024 academic year

Registration of trainees

We have started accepting registrations for the 2024 University Consortium Kyoto Industry-Academia Collaborative Education Program (formerly the Internship Program).
If you are a company or organization that would like to cooperate, please register from “My Page” below.
The password is changed every year.
Please check the e-mail provided by the secretariat.

If you are a new company or organization that is thinking of accepting us, please feel free to contact us using the contact information below.
Many of the companies and organizations that have accepted students have been satisfied with their programs every year, such as “the atmosphere in the company has changed” and “the awareness of employees has changed,” so we hope that you will consider registering for this program.


Portal Site “For Companies and Organizations”


 

Inquiries

University Consortium Kyoto Internship Project Promotion Office
* From April 2024, the name will be changed to “Industry-Academia Collaborative Education Business Promotion Office”
TEL 075-353-9106 FAX 075-353-9101
〒600-8216 Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Nishitoin-dori, Shiokoji, Shimo-ku, Kyoto, Campus Plaza Kyoto
* Reception hours: Tuesday ~ Saturday 9:00 ~ 17:00 (excluding year-end and New Year holidays)

【Event Report】The 20th National University Consortium Research Exchange Forum

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the National University Consortium Research Exchange Forum, which aims to exchange information on the initiatives and research results of each university consortium in order to contribute to the development of higher education.
The commemorative 20th Forum was co-hosted by the Fujinokuni Regional and University Consortium at Tokoha University’s Shizuoka Kusanagi Campus with the main theme of “Creating a Sustainable Community Weaved by the University Consortium ~Aiming to Create New Value in the Post-Corona Era~”, and was held in Shizuoka Prefecture for the first time.

A total of 234 university faculty members and educators from all over Japan participated in the event, and through keynote speeches, symposiums, case reports and exchanges of opinions in breakout sessions, it was an opportunity to exchange information on the state of the “University Consortium.”

▼ Tokoha University Shizuoka Kusanagi Campus 

 

[Saturday, September 2]

▼ National Association of University Consortiums
Greetings from Hikaru Kurosaka

▼ President of Shizuoka University,
President
, Fuji no Kuni Regional and University ConsortiumGreetings from Mr. Kazuyuki Hizume

▼ Greetings from Shizuoka Prefecture Deputy Governor Tsutomu Deno

▼ State of the venue

 

The keynote speech was given by Dr. Kazuo Oike, President of the University of Shizuoka and Vice President of the Fujinokuni Regional and University Consortium, on the theme of “The Land of Shizuoka, the Land of Japan ~Large-Scale Natural Disasters and Crisis Management for Higher Education Institutions~”.

▼ Keynote Speaker: Kazuo Oike ▼ Keynote speech

 

At the symposium, speakers gave presentations on the theme of “Expectations for University Consortiums for the Development of Sustainable Local Communities” from the standpoint of industry, government, and academia, and lively discussions ensued in the discussions that followed.

≪ Coordinator≫
Dr. Kazuyuki Hizume (President, Shizuoka University, President, Fujinokuni Regional and University Consortium)
≪ Symposist
Tsutomu Deno (Deputy Governor of Shizuoka Prefecture)
Mr. Kimio Sakai (Shizuoka Railway Co., Ltd. Chairman of the Board of Directors)
Shigehiro Ikegami (Superintendent, Shizuoka Prefectural Board of Education)

▼ Symposium 

 

In the report on the administration of education, we welcomed Mr. Kenichi Yamada, Assistant Director, University Education and Admissions Division, Higher Education Bureau, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, and reported on “Trends in Higher Education Policy.”

▼ Presenter of Education and Education: Mr. Kenichi Yamada
(Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
Assistant Director, University Education and Admissions Division, Higher Education Bureau)

 

At the poster session, which brought together 18 organizations from consortiums, governments, and companies nationwide, participants asked many questions and commented on their respective initiatives, and exhibitors and participants actively interacted with each other.      

▼ Poster session ▼ University Introduction Corner
▼ Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
R&D Strategy Division, Science and Technology Policy Bureau
▼ Public Interest Incorporated Association
2025 Japan Association for the International Exposition
▼ Shizuoka ▼ Shizuoka City
▼ Iwate Higher Education Consortium ▼ Sendai Consortium
▼ University Consortium Yamagata ▼ Academia Consortium Fukushima (ACF)
▼ Public Interest Incorporated Association
Academic, Cultural and Industrial Network Tama
▼ University Consortium Hachioji
▼ Public Interest Incorporated Association
Sagamihara-Machida University Regional Consortium
▼ Public Interest Incorporated Association
Fujinokuni Regional and University Consortium
▼ University Consortium Ishikawa ▼ University Consortium Kyoto
▼ Non-profit organization
University Consortium Osaka
▼ University Consortium Okayama
▼ Educational Network China ▼ University Consortium Kumamoto

 

At the information exchange meeting, the participants exchanged food and drinks for the first time in four years after the Corona disaster, and participants said that they were able to communicate with each other in a way that only face-to-face events can provide.

▼ Information exchange meeting

 

[Sunday, September 3]

On the second day of the forum, four subcommittees were held on various themes related to universities and consortiums, and practical case reports and exchanges of opinions with participants were held.

▼ Subcommittee 1
(University Consortium Kyoto)
▼ Subcommittee 2
(Academic, Cultural and Industrial Network Tama)
▼ Session 3
(Fujinokuni Regional and University Consortium)
▼ Subcommittee 4
(University Consortium Osaka)

 

 
The purpose of the establishment of this council is to exchange information and research among the university consortiums, and the participation and active exchange of information by many of you will lead to great success.
We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all the faculty and staff members as well as the many consortiums for their participation and cooperation.

 The next 21st Forum will be co-hosted by the University Consortium Kyoto and will be held in Kyoto City in September 2024.
Details will be announced on the website of the University Consortium Kyoto as soon as they are decided.
We look forward to your participation.

 

◆Click here for more information about the National Association of University Consortiums.