The Graduate School of Law has organized a number of short-term exchange seminars between students of partner institutions.
AIEJ First International Exchange Seminar
The first short-term international student exchange program took place between July 23 and August 4, 2001, with financial assistance from the Association of International Education Japan (AIEJ) (now JASSO). Thirteen students and two lecturers were invited from the Royal University of Law and Economics Cambodia to participate in a seminar entitled “International University Exchange Seminar: Understanding the Japanese Legal System & Its Role in Legal Assistance to Cambodia.”
ACCU Second International Exchange Seminar 2005
The Asia/Pacific Cultural Center for UNESCO (ACCU) sponsored the Second International Exchange Seminar, which took place between February 21 and March 6, 2005. The report of the seminar is available in PDF format.
JASMIN Third International University Exchange Seminar 2005
In September of 2005, 9 students from the Royal University of Law and Economics in Phom Penh, the Tashkent State Institute of Law, and the Ho Chi Minh City University of Law were invited to the JASMIN International University Exchange Seminar sponsored by the Japan Student Services Organization, the Mizuho International Association and Nagoya University.
CALE/GSL Fourth International University Exchange Seminar 2007
The Fourth International University Exchange Seminar too place between February 14 and 23, 2007, involving students and professors from the University of World Economy and Diplomacy, Uzbekistan, the Soochow University School of Law, Taiwan, and the Royal University of Law and Economics, Cambodia.