A delegation from Kanagawa University in Japan visited Varna University of Management today. The Vice President of the partner university Prof. Satoshi Ohashi and his colleagues Mr. Toshiaki Hatogai, Assistant Manager of International Center and Programme Coordinator for Outbound Programmes and Ms. Hitomi Imai, Programme Coordinator for Inbound Programmes met the President Assoc. Prof. Todor Radev and representatives of the VUM Management team to discuss the opportunities for collaboration.
The agenda of the meeting included topics on enhancement of ongoing bilateral cooperation and discussion of potential new cooperation avenues, including partnership and collaboration within the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility Programme.
The guests got acquainted with the educational opportunities and facilities that VUM provides to its students and received firsthand information and experience by the Kanagawa University student Miyu Seki, who is currently spending a year of her education at Varna University of Management as a mobility student.
Kanagawa University is one of the top private universities in Yokohama City, Japan. Founded in 1928, Kanagawa University has grown into one of Japan’s leading institutions of higher education, with a total of 20,000 students in its seven undergraduate faculties, nine graduate schools, and affiliated junior and senior high schools, and over 220,000 alumni active in every field.