Faculties and Graduate Schools

Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies

  • Updated on March 1, 2016

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At a glance

  • -Undergraduates enrolled
  • 256Graduates enrolled
  • 112International students enrolled
  • 23Faculty members

The Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies (GSICS) aims at contributing to development of the international community through cultivating capabilities of excellent students who are interested in pursuing careers in international fields.

Education and research activities at GSICS emphasize development of both expertise and multidisciplinary knowledge through coordination of its three departments: Economic Development and Policies, International Cooperation Policy Studies, and Regional Cooperation Policy Studies. GSICS has four education and research programs: International Studies, Development and Economics, International Law and Institution Building, and Political Science. They offer systematic educational programs for degrees in each respective field: Master of International Studies, Master of Economics, Master of Laws, Master of Political Science, Doctor of Philosophy, Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, Doctor of Laws, and Doctor of Philosophy in Political Science. GSICS believes that mutual understanding and respect for human rights is essential for peaceful global co-existence, and thus strives in our education, research and community activities to further this goal.

Master's Degree Program

International Studies

  • Transnational Relations
  • Development Management
  • Change in International Relations
  • Education Development
  • International Health
  • Global Disaster Risk Management

Development and Economics

  • Economic Development
  • Development Policy
  • Development Planning
  • International Structural Adjustment
  • Comparative Economic Development
  • Regional Economics
  • Economic Development of Japan

International Law/Law and Development

  • International Cooperation Law
  • Institution Building
  • Comparative Law

Politics and Area Studies

  • Political and Social Development
  • Contemporary Politics

Doctoral Program

Economic Development and Policies

  • Economic Development
  • Development Policy
  • Development Planning
  • International Structural Adjustment
  • Comparative Economic Development
  • Regional Economics
  • Economic Development of Japan
  • International Cooperation Policy Studies

International Cooperation Law

  • Transnational Relations
  • Political and Social Development
  • Comparative Law
  • Change in International Relations
  • Contemporary Politics

Regional Cooperation Studies

  • Development Management
  • Institution Building
  • Global Disaster Risk Management
  • International Health
  • Education Development

Address

2-1 Rokkodai-cho, Nada-ku, Kobe 657-8501 Japan
Tel. +81(0)78-803-7265
E-mail: gsics-soumu@office.kobe-u. ac.jp
http://www.gsics.kobe-u.ac.jp/
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