Asuka ONJI

Research Interest:

  • Educational Development, Basic Education, Quality of Education, School Feeding Program


  • Master’s student, GSICS, Kobe University (Apr. 2014-present)
  • Bachelor of Arts (BA), Kobe College (Mar. 2014)
  • Study Abroad, Miriam College, Philippines (Nov. 2012-Mar. 2013)


  • Intern at Uganda Ministry of Education and Sports (August -October 2014)
  • Student assistant for Training and Dialogue Program organized by Kansai International Center of Japan International Cooperation Agency, “Education Administration and Finance: Focused on Quality and Equity of Basic Education” (June-July, November-December, 2014)
  • Study tour in India (September 2013)
  • Study tour in Israel and Palestine (March 2011)
  • International Youth Exchange Program in Italy (July 2010)


  • Asuka Onji (2014) “A study of Secondary Education System Reform in the Philippines”

Academic Associations

  • Comparative and International Education Society (CIES)
  • Japanese Comparative Education Society (JCES)
  • Japan Society for International Development (JSID)

Academic Conference Presentation

  • Onji, A.“The Impact of School Feeding Program of Student Performance: Case of Public Primary School in Uganda”, Paper presented at 2015 Comparative International Education Society, Washington Hilton, Washington DC, United States of America, March, 2015.
  • Onji, A.“An Analysis of the Impact of School Feeding on Students’ performance in Uganda”, Paper presented at the 15th International Conference on Education Research, Seoul National University, Korea, October, 2014. (E)
  • Onji, A.“An Analysis of the Impact of School Feeding on Pupil’s performance in Uganda”, Paper presented at 2014 International Education Development Forum, Kobe University, Japan, October, 2014. (English)

Language/ Skills

  • Japanese (Native), English
  • MS word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Stata
  • Homepage design, WordPress

Message to Potential Candidates to Ogawa Seminar

Prof. Ogawa has vast experiences and knowledge in the socio-economic development and in general and education economics in particular. He helps build capacity of his students through internship opportunities and assisting in organizing events such as JICA Training. I hope we can learn together in Ogawa seminar.