Yonsei-Fudan-Rikkyo-Keio Leadership Forum 2016 at Keio University (Mita Campus)


-Design for our East Asia in 2050-

The Yonsei-Fudan-Rikkyo-Keio Leadership Forum, inspired by the 2002 FIFA World Cup co-hosted by Japan and Republic of Korea, had been held jointly by Yonsei University (Korea), Rikkyo University and Keio University (Japan) for four years. With Fudan University (China) joining in 2006, the program has become a valuable opportunity for students from East Asia to get together and exchange ideas.

During this student-led program, students from Korea, China, and Japan will stay at the accommodation all together and strengthen mutual understanding. For the future, they will explore the way to exercise leadership while building the cooperative relationships.

The venue is rotated every year among three countries, four universities; Keio University will be the host in 2016.

Keio University welcomes students who are ready to be actively involved in developing the program for themselves to join the the Yonsei-Fudan-Rikyo-Keio Leadership Forum.

Date

   August  4 (Thursday) - 9 (Tuesday), 2016 

Venue

  Keio University Mita Campus, which is located in central Tokyo. Details of the location and access to this campus are available at
  http://www.keio.ac.jp/en/maps/mita.html   

Accommodation

  Hotel in Tokyo (twin room)  

Participant

  Approx. 15 undergraduate students from each country (as for Japan, 16 from Keio+Rikkyo). 45-50 students in total.  

Language

  English    

Fee

  Keio will cover expenses for the whole program, including accommodation and  meals  during the Forum.  

Tentative Schedule

Date AM PM Evening
Day1 Arrival  Check-in Welcome Party
Day2 Lecture 1 Discussion / Workshop Dinner, City Tour
Day3 Lecture 2 Discussion / Workshop Dinner, City Tour
Day4 City Tour/ Fieldwork
Day5 Lecture 3 Discussion / Workshop Farewell Party
Day6 Check-out    

*The "Culture Shows" are scheduled during the forum period. 
*For your reference : PDF Schedule for the leadership forum to be held at Yonsei in 2015.
  

Photos

  Click here for the Photos from previous Leadership Forums