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About C.S.I.P.


Welcome to CSIP at the University of Aizu!

Globalization has been included as a very important component in the spirit of the establishment of the University of Aizu, and the University has implemented several measures for globalization since its establishment. In FY 2005, the University was accepted as the only Prefectural university for a project subsidy from the Strategic Fund for Establishing International Headquarters in Universities from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), and established the Center for Strategy of International Programs (CSIP) to act as a central organization for establishment of policies regarding measures towards the University's globalization, and the Center now functions as a center for the University's international affairs.
In order to promote the founding mission of the University of Aizu, "to Advance Knowledge for Humanity," CSIP will encourage international exchange in both research and education and aim to realize the idea of "local to global, global to local" through contributions to international and local society. These contributions will be made by fostering excellent human resources and conducting creative research at the University as an international base for education and research.


CSIP has designed central policies regarding international strategies of the University of Aizu for the basic international activities and will promote four main fields (below) as the basic international strategies.

The outline of the Center's major activities

Image of international exchange activities

Based on these policies, the Center will promote international exchange activities in cooperation with local communities.


The CSIP is comprised of regular staff members and advisory board members. In order to promote international strategic activities, the CSIP has received advice and evaluations from outside the University of Aizu. Faculty members of the University have also been designated as advisory board members from inside the University, and they promote international exchange relevant countries they have strong connections with.