Japanese Presentation is held by 8 exchange students who are currently studying in MWU.
As a part of their class, they researched about topics they had chosen for their presentation by themselves and made slides all in Japanese. Their 10 to 15 minute long presentation included comparison between Japan and their own countries which inspired others to discuss about it actively. Their fluent Japanese told us that their language ability has dramatically improved through their study in MWU.
Exchange students have decorated our brand new Christmas tree for us.
They made lots of cute stars, snow flakes, ribbons and so on with Origami. It seemed difficult for them to make ornaments with origami, but soon they enjoyed it and started making a lot. You can see this sweet Christmas tree until December 25th in International Center. Please come and see it.
Special guests from Shandong University made an official visit to our university.
Shandong University and MWU has been a partner for long time and had various exchange programs. Currently, Two exchange students from Shandong University are studying in our university.
The visitors gave us a wonderful gift, a book with beautiful paper-cut works. You can see these beautiful works in International Center, located on first floor in MM building, so please stop by and see them.
The Head of International Relations in Chiang Mai University, Mr. Karim Hussain has visited our university. He observed a class of English Department and inspired students.
Chiang Mai University is a public research university in Thailand. Providing various study fields, Chiang Mai University holds a lot of international students. We hope MWU students can go and learn there
Exchange students showed deep interest in our historical architecture, Koshien Kaikan.
The tour took place on October 30th, and students learned the great history about the architecture.
The architecture was originally built in 1930's as Koshien Hotel. It is western sophisticated architecture, but also has many Japanese authentic features.
Students looked excited to look around this significant art.