What is gPBL?
Students from Japan and overseas partner universities working as tag teams will discuss and solve problems presented by professors, Japanese corporations and organizations. SIT encourages students to be engaged in acquiring problem solving capabilities, systems thinking, and systems management skills through this problem solving experience.
|Day1||Arrival in Japan|
|Day2||Opening ceremony/ Guidance/ Campus tour||Case and site visit|
|Day3||Lecture by professor||Group work|
|Day4||Group work||Company and research center visit|
|Day5||Group work||Group work|
|Day6||Group work||Presentation of case analysis|
|Day7||Group work||Group work|
|Day8||Group work||Group work|
|Day9||Departure from Japan|
List of programs
at partner university
|GPA in scale of 3||Amount of Scholarship/student|
|Less than 2.3||JPY60,000|
- The applicants must be regular students. - The applicants are not allowed to obtain any scholarship from the other organization more than JPY80,000 per month during the program.