We are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2017 fall JICUF grants. Congratulations to the recipients, and thank you to all those who applied!
ICU Team Represents the Asia Pacific Region at the Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition
A team of ICU students led by Assistant Professor Hiromichi Matsuda participated in the 9th Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Competition in Geneva from July 17th to 21st. Only the best teams from each UN region were invited to participate in this prestigious event, and ICU, along with 12 other university teams, qualified through the preliminary rounds in the Asia Pacific Region.
Rumittar is a four-year undergraduate student at ICU who is receiving a scholarship from the JICUF. Enjoy her interview! JICUF: Please tell us about yourself. RRM: My name is Rumittar Rosere Maria and I’m from Indonesia. I came to ICU in September 2015, I’m currently a second year in the University! I plan to take double major, where my first major is psychology and my second major is either business or media, communication and culture (MCC). JICUF: Why did you decide to study at ICU? RRM: ICU has the balance between tuition fee and education quality. In my point of view, ICU provides a high quality education comparable to institutions […]
Fernando RojasJanuary 11, 2017 We are pleased to announce the third cohort of JICUF grant recipients! As previously detailed on our website, in 2016 we started to provide direct support for activities planned and executed by members of the ICU community through our Grants for Faculty and Grants for Students initiatives. Grants are available in two categories; program and research. During the fall cycle, we received 16 grant inquiries this term, and 17 were invited to submit grant proposals. The JICUF Grants Committee approved funding for six new grants; two faculty programs and four student program grants. This brings our total number of JICUF grants to 24 since launching our […]