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L-R: Frances Hewison, from Human Resources, Jenny Gunn, from the International Recruitment and Relations, Karen Brady, Alumni Relations, Alison Fairclough, Planning and Development and Vanessa Hammond-Bryan, Strategic Partnerships.
The University was pleased to welcome a group from Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University in Japan.
Masaharu Imamura, Director of the Department of General Planning and Policy, Takayuki Yamamoto of the Personnel Department and Keiko Furukawa, Alumni Relations were visiting the UK on a fact-finding mission to gain a better understanding of how UK universities undertake strategic planning, staff training and development, and international alumni activities.
The University of Ritsumeiken was granted university status in 1922 and was originally based on one campus in Kyoto. Ritsumeikan means ‘the place to establish one’s destiny’. Today, the Ritsumeikan Trust has evolved into a comprehensive educational institution consisting of two universities, three senior high schools and three junior high schools.
Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University was established in 2000 specifically as an international university, with teaching offered in both English and Japanese. Students are drawn from more than 90 countries.
The group met with Frances Hewison, from Human Resources, Jenny Gunn, from the International Recruitment and Relations, Karen Brady, Alumni Relations, Alison Fairclough, Planning and Development and Vanessa Hammond-Bryan, Strategic Partnerships.
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