Message from Dr. Keiko INOUE

Message from Dr. Keiko INOUE

Diversity is the best word to explain advantage which Ogawa seminar has. You may find that Ogawa seminar’s family members are from different part of the world. This characteristic gives you lots of opportunities in order to let yourself growth up. First, you can meet people from different countries and can know different culture, custom, […]

Message from Ms. Kana TAKAHASHI

Message from Ms. Kana TAKAHASHI

Dear all the candidates to Ogawa seminar, Hi, my name is Kana Takahashi, and I graduated from a Master’s course at GSICS in March 2016, and am now working as an Education Development Consultant with PADECO, a Japanese development consulting firm. I feel so fortunate to jump in the profession I have dreamed of and […]

Message from Ms. Jiaoli LU

Message from Ms. Jiaoli LU

My name is Lu Jiaoli, a member of Ogawa Zemi Alumni from China, as well as a double-degree student under CAMPUS Asia Program at Kobe University (Japan) and Fudan University (China). Due to program duration, I stayed in Kobe University for only one year (and obtained a Master of Economics from Kobe University). However, the […]

Message from Ms. Mao Qi

Message from Ms. Mao Qi

It is a great pleasure to write messages to potential students who plan to join Ogawa Seminar (zemi) in the near future. I must say I have enjoyed every moment of my stay in GSCIS at Kobe University. In GSICS, you are entitled to learn a wide range of knowledge regarding development cooperation, education and […]

Message from Dr. Shiro NAKATA

Message from Dr. Shiro NAKATA

Dear all the candidates to Ogawa seminar, It is my pleasure to send a message to introduce my experience in Ogawa seminar. I graduated from a master’s course in GSICS in March 2000, never thinking I would one day come back to GSICS for a PhD degree. But, anyway I did after more than 10 […]

Message from Dr. Albert BYAMUGISHA

Message from Dr. Albert BYAMUGISHA

I started my PhD program under the supervision of Professor Keiichi Ogawa in GSICS at Kobe University in 2009 and graduated in 2012. During the time of study, I enjoyed my stay in Kobe City and particularly in GSICS. Mostly important to mention was the Ogawa ZEMI, a group of students and Prof. Ogawa, the […]

Message from Mr. Shota HATAKEYAMA

Message from Mr. Shota HATAKEYAMA

Dear potential and current Ogawa-seminar students. It is my great honor to write this message to you. Let me briefly introduce myself first. I entered GSICS in 2007 and received MA in Economics in 2009. My professional career started at the World Bank HQ in 2008 when I was a second year master student and […]

Message from Ms. Jingjing SHAO

Message from Ms. Jingjing SHAO

My name is Jingjing Shao, an international student from Beijing China. I have been in Prof. Ogawa’s seminar for three years. After my graduation this March, I came back to my hometown and now working here. I would like to share you my experience in Kobe. In the field of study, Ogawa-seminar could provide you […]

Message from Dr. Aiko SAKURAI

Message from Dr. Aiko SAKURAI

After spending two years as Associate Professor at GSICS, Kobe University, I am now at International Research Institute of Disaster Science (IRIDeS), Tohoku University in Sendai, conducting researches on Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) in education sector. I am the first Ph.D. granted student at Ogawa seminar in 2007. I wrote my dissertation about application of […]

Message from Dr. Shinsaku NOMURA

Message from Dr. Shinsaku NOMURA

It is my pleasure to post a message as an Ogawa-Zemi alumnus to future students. I am currently working as an Education Economist at the Education Global Practices, World Bank. Since I joined the Bank in 2004, when I was still a master student, I have worked in the Middle East and North Africa Region […]