The Cross-Cultural College (CCC) is a collaborative education project between Japan and Canada. In this project, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan and 4 Canadian universities ― King’s University College at Western University, Mount Allison University, Queen’s University and the University of Toronto ― will work together to educate world citizens with the multicultural understanding and communication skills to enable them to be the leaders of the future.
The Global Career Seminar aims to introduce current business issues, and to provide students with an opportunity to analyze and find solutions for actual problems assigned to them by companies based in Canada.
The seminar will organize students screened and selected from Kwansei Gakuin University (KGU) and its four partner universities into groups. The students will then be given specific business problems, offered by representatives from companies, which they will be expected to analyze and propose solutions for. During the fall semester recorded online pre-seminar sessions will be provided for preparation, and on commencement of the intensive seminar period, further lectures, discussions with peer students as well as the company representatives, and preparation for group presentations will take place. The final presentations will be made to the representatives of the companies that proposed the problems.
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