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Joint master’s programmes start with Japan

The EU and the Japanese government have launched three joint programmes in which master’s students will gain experience studying abroad.

The collaborations between universities in Japan and the EU were announced on 31 July. They are the first Japan-EU master’s programmes to be supported by the EU’s Erasmus+ mobility programme, and form part of a broader collaboration on higher education.

A programme on imaging science will be led by the University of Eastern Finland and Toyohashi University of Technology, while one on robotics will be coordinated by the École Centrale de Nantes in France and Keio University.

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