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Chancellor Satow meets Mongolia’s Minister of Education and Science

Share the visions and goals for 22nd century, and agree to step forward to the next stage of study of working cooperatively in global education


J. F. Oberlin University’s Chancellor
Toyoshi Satow (right) and Mr. Gantumur,
the Minister of Education and Science
of Mongolia

J. F. Oberlin University’s Chancellor Toyoshi Satow met Mr. Gantumur, the Minister of Education and Science of Mongolia, on February 4 in Tokyo. At this meeting, they agreed to step forward to the next stage of working cooperatively in global education study, with fruitful, concrete results to be expected.

At the request of the Ministry of Education and Science of Mongolia, for the past three years J. F. Oberlin University has organized study programs for more than 130 leaders from K-12 schools and universities as well as executive educational administrators from Mongolia. J. F. Oberlin University will further promote activities in global cooperation, working with the Strategic Policy and Planning Department of the Ministry of Education and Science and with the National Educational Institute of Mongolia.

J. F. Oberlin University also has shared the educational vision of “Development Skills for the 21st Century,” a five-year educational plan for Mongolia, with President Munkhjargal of the Mongolian National University of Education. In addition, J. F. Oberlin University hopes for substantial progress in enlarging the fields, structuring a global cooperative network, and expanding the study areas in global and higher education.

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