Report on the Kyo­to Uni­ver­si­ty Inter­na­tio­nal Spring School for Future Glo­bal Lea­ders

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Nguy­en Duc Binh Ben­no, a doc­to­ra­de from Leib­niz Uni­ver­si­tät Han­no­ver, took part in the Kyo­to Uni­ver­si­ty Inter­na­tio­nal Spring School for Future Glo­bal Lea­ders. In this arti­cle he reports about his expe­ri­en­ces at Kyo­to Uni­ver­si­ty:

Our final day of the Kyo­to Uni­ver­si­ty Inter­na­tio­nal Spring School for Future Glo­bal Lea­ders com­men­ced with a mee­ting with all the par­ti­ci­pants, pro­fes­sors and the vice dean Yui­chi Ike­da. Each group brief­ly descri­bed their work­shop from the pre­vious days fol­lo­wed by a con­clu­si­on for the past two weeks sum­ming up their impres­si­ons and expe­ri­ence gai­ned, espe­ci­al­ly rela­ted to lea­dership. The­re was a lively dis­cus­sion among the par­ti­ci­pants and thought­ful ques­ti­ons of the vice dean who stu­dies phy­sics but none­theless empha­si­zed the impor­t­an­ce of lea­dership. The small ses­si­on was clo­sed by final wor­ds of Pro­fes­sor Yama­shi­ki wis­hing ever­y­bo­dy to keep in touch for the future and giving the stu­dents the oppor­tu­ni­ty to fur­t­her deepen the stu­dies at the Kyo­to Uni­ver­si­ty.

We were offe­red a lovely fare­well par­ty short­ly after whe­re food and drinks were sha­red in a rela­xed atmo­s­phe­re and more detail­ed dis­cus­sion about the gai­ned expe­ri­ence and know­ledge was pos­si­ble.

After­wards, we paid a short visit at the Daiyon-Kin­rin pri­ma­ry school to hand over our learning mate­ri­al for the upco­m­ing school year of the stu­dents. It was our first time visi­ting a pri­ma­ry school and we got an impres­si­on of ear­ly Japa­ne­se edu­ca­ti­on and the tra­di­ti­on of having lunch toge­ther in the class­room.

All in all, the last day was a gre­at sum­ma­ry of our stay in Kyo­to com­bi­ning lec­tures about lea­dership and human sur­viva­bi­li­ty mar­ked by dis­cus­sions and dif­fe­rent opi­ni­ons with Japa­ne­se cul­tu­re. We are gra­te­ful for this won­der­ful week and sin­ce­rely hope for fur­t­her mee­tings in the future.

Nguy­en Duc Binh Ben­no
Leib­niz Uni­ver­si­ty Han­no­ver

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