International Study Program of Nagoya City University offers faculties and students an opportunity to learn a different educational and cultural context and also International Research Exchange Program is available to invite foreign scientists.
Overseas Travel Grant
The travel grant aid is available for the faculty members who plan to present their research at the international academic conferences and meetings. The fund is limited to several recipients. The student travel grant aid is also available for visiting the university with which Nagoya City University concluded an exchange program agreement, although the allocation is limited.
International Research Exchange Program
International Research Exchange program is available for promoting and supporting joint research between the faculty members of Nagoya City University and foreign scientists. This program is established to invite foreign scientists who take part in joint research at the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
Academic Exchange Agreements with foreign universities
The School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Nagoya City University, facilitates international academic exchanges for the advancements of research, education, and professional services in conjunction with the School of Pharmacy, University of Southern California (Los Abgels, CA, USA), Shenyang Pharmaceutical University (Shenyang, China), St. Thomas University (Manilla, Phillippines), Heilongjian University of tradtional Chinese medicine (Harbin, China), Hacetteppe University (Ankara, Turkey), the School of Pharmacy, University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI, USA), the School of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Hong Kong Baptist University (Hong Kong, China), the School of Pharmacy, Ewha Womans University (Seoul, Korea), Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacy, The University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong, CHina), Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Tianjin, China), China Pharmaceutical University (Nanjin, China), and Taipei Medical University (Taipei, Taiwan).
Through the exchange agreement, each institution is expected to make efforts to promote 1) the exchange of faculties, 2) the exchange of graduate and undergraduate students, 3) the planning and implementation of cooperative research projects and educational programs, 4) the exchange of materials related to research and educational achievements.