Sophia University’s “Micronesia Exposure Tour 2018”
The 2018 program was extended by four days compared to the previous year, increasing the number of activities and lectures, allowing for a greater academic program. The students stayed at the COM-FSM dormitories, where they listened to lectures from local experts and visited the beautiful natural wonders of the UNESCO Heritage Nan Madol Ruins and remote islands. These activities gave the students a chance to experience Micronesian history, culture, and nature through their senses.
(Activities taking place at Dahu Reirei Island)
(Former President Mori giving a lecture)
Once the students returned to Japan, they wrote a report and made a presentation describing their experiences. Many students talked about how they were largely influenced by their time in the island nation and in the future want to help the country in whatever ways they can. Hopefully the participants will take positions to spread what they learned and experienced during the ‘Micronesia Exposure Tour 2018’.
- 2022.5.27 UPDATE
PROJECTS "APIC-MCT Cooperation Project -- Chuuk, FSM Water Storage Tank Support"
- 2022.5.25 UPDATE
EVENTS "Marshall Islands Appoints New Ambassador to Japan"
- 2022.5.20 UPDATE
EVENTS "The 384th Lecture Meeting Regarding Global Issues"
- 2022.4.21 UPDATE
EVENTS "The 383rd Lecture Meeting Regarding Global Issues"
- 2022.4.13 UPDATE
PROJECTS "3rd Term APIC-MCT Exchange Student Graduates"
- 2022.3.17 UPDATE
EVENTS "The 382nd Lecture Meeting Regarding Global Issues"
- 2022.2.17 UPDATE
EVENTS "The 381st Lecture Meeting Regarding Global Issues"
- 2022.3.1 UPDATE
PROJECTS "Barbados: A Walk through History (Part 4)"
- 2022.2.9 UPDATE
PROJECTS "Ambassador Update Series: Finishing My Service in Samoa (Part 1)"
- 2022.1.31 UPDATE
PROJECTS "Barbados: A Walk through History (Part 3)"