Presentation in KAFSA/KADIA Joint Meeting

Professor Shingo Ashizawa (Deputy Secretary General of UMAP / Professor, Toyo University) gave a presentation at the joint meeting of KAFSA (Korean Association of Foreign Student Administrators) and KADIA (Korean Association of Deans of International Affairs) held in Jeonju, Korea on December 8th, 2016. 
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【Application Period Started】The 1st Cycle of Application for Program A&B 2017-1

We are pleased to announce the start of the first cycle of application to Programs A&B (for Fall Semester 2017).

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Detailed Information for “Program A&B” is now uploaded

Dear UMAP Members,

Greetings from UMAP International Secretariat!

We are delighted to inform you that detailed program information for “Program A&B 2017-1” has been uploaded on the UMAP official website.(

In order to increase the number of participants in UMAP, we would greatly appreciate it if you could inform your students at respective universities that there are various opportunities available with UMAP student mobility programs.

Please also note that application period for member universities to submit students’ application forms to IS is from November 18th through December 20th, 2016 for the 1st Cycle.

Should you have any questions regarding application procedure, please check our website ( contact us.(


Invitation to UMAP Student Mobility Programs A&B 2017-1

We are pleased to announce that we are now collecting program information for 2017-1 Programs A&B (semester-long programs).

We’ve attached the program information form for you to fill out. Once you have filled it out, please return it to us in Excel format. Read more…


UMAP 25th Anniversary Symposium was held on Sep. 23, 2016 at Toyo University

  • Date and time: September 23, 2016  9:30 am – 8:00 pm
  • Location: Toyo University, Hakusan campus, 125 Memorial Hall (Building 8, 7F)


    UMAP 25th Anniversary Symposium was held on Sep. 23, 2016 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of UMAP (University Mobility in Asia and the Pacific). About 200 participants who work for higher education institutions, scholars and students from both outside and inside of Japan attended the event.

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