Management of International Cooperation of Japanese and German Universities – Historical Background and Actual Experiences –
Cooperation of universities is increasingly needed in order to educate productive and team-oriented young scholars at Western and Far Eastern Universities. The article refers to the historical background of international university-cooperation in Japan and Germany. The tendency from lagging or parallel research to research cooperation on the university level is pointed out by practical cases. Additionally experiences by research-networks of cooperating universities are pointed out, esp. as for economic research. Concerning teaching the reintegration of research and teaching in cooperating universities is exposed. The conclusions emphasize the actual problem and refer to experiences from university cooperation in Japan and Germany.
Volume (Year): 11 (2010)
Issue (Month): 3 (July)
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