[Japon] Travel bans throttle Japanese universities’ global ambitions
Auteur : Rochelle Kopp. Contributing writer of The Japan Times. Rochelle Kopp teaches at Kitakyushu University and consults with both Japanese firms operating globally and foreign firms operating in Japan.
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Date : 14 août 2020
When Kyoto University professor Shinya Yamanaka won the Nobel Prize in 2012 for his work on stem cells, Edvinas Cerniauskas, then 21, became interested in the field and soon began to plan how he could come to Japan and study at the cutting edge.
Source : Rochelle Kopp, « Travel bans throttle Japanese universities’ global ambitions », The Japan Times, 14/08/2020. URL : https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2020/08/14/national/travel-ban-japanese-universities/#.XzZwmDU6_y0 (consulté le 14/08/2020)
Photo « à la une » : Tens of thousands of students had plans to begin studies in Japan this year, only to have been held up by Japan’s entry ban. © REUTERS