[Held on 7/22 (Fri.)]Online Information Session for Studying in Germany-Study Abroad in Doctoral Program | DAAD Japan

For those who are interested in studying in Germany7We will also hold an online information session in the month.This time in GermanyStudy abroad for doctoral courseWill be taken up as the theme.

Germany has a high level of international competitiveness due to its excellent research and innovation, and has produced many Nobel laureates. The experience of staying at such a German university / research institution and the acquisition of a doctoral degree will be a big step toward success in various fields in the future.

At the briefing session in July, I was enrolled in such a doctoral course in Germany.2Japanese nameDEEDWe invite scholarship students to our guests and talk to them.

Once again, you can write your question in the chat in the room at any time during the seminar. We will answer as much as time permits, so please ask more questions if you have any concerns!

Seminar details

[Date and time]
July 22, 2022 (Gold) 17:30-19:00

【The guests】
・ Hisashi Obuchi
Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg (University of Freiburg), Department of Islamic Studies
・ Mr. Shiho Honda
RWTH Aachen (RWTH Aachen University), Department of Electrochemistry

[Seminar content]

1. About the German Doctoral Program (DAAD)
2. Talk session with guests
3. Q & A

[Registration]
By 7/21 (Thursday)HerePlease register from (capacity 100 people). The deadline will be closed when the capacity is reached.

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Guest profile ①: Hisashi Obuchi

Born in Kanagawa prefecture. Specializes in Islamic studies. He especially reads Arabic literature in the field of philosophy around the 13th century. He completed his bachelor’s and master’s programs at the University of Tokyo and entered the doctoral program at the same university in 2017. However, from that fall, he used the exchange program to conduct a year of overseas research in Munich. After returning to Japan in the summer of the following year, he continued his research in Tokyo as a Research Fellow of Gakushin (DC2). However, he eventually solidified his desire to earn a degree from a European university, contacting his academic advisor candidates and applying for a scholarship. Fortunately, he was hired as a DAAD scholar and transferred to the University of Freiburg in October 2020 during the Korona-ka. Since then, he has been engaged in various research activities centered on his doctoral dissertation.

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Guest profile ②: Mr. Shiho Honda

Born in Aichi prefecture. In 2014, she entered Toyota Technological Institute and became keenly aware of the importance of English proficiency through Filipino language training and a summer internship in Taiwan. She belongs to a group with many foreign researchers when assigned to the laboratory. He was interested in the German automobile industry and applied for the Vulcans in Europe program in his first year of graduate school. After spending a year in Berlin and Cologne in 2019, she decided to get a PhD in Germany with the aim of developing her career in Germany and improving her language skills. Research at the Jülich Institute started in October 2021. Currently, he is working on doctoral research on batteries in the field of electrochemistry at RWTH Aachen University.

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