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Dual-Master Degree Program for Cambodians, Japan and the US

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The University of Hyogo is looking for 6 master students who are good at English and have money for supporting their living in Japan (one year) and in the US (one year). The students will receive two master degrees in information sciences after two years.

The good points are that:

1) Tuition fees will be waived at our university and in the US
2) Students will stay one year in the US university, Carnegie Mellon University (a famous university)
3) Obtain 2 degrees in two years

4) After getting degrees, they can decide to pursue PhD or do something else.

5) It makes it VERY easy to get admission to a famous US university

Do you have any friends or relatives who want to try this?  More information about the program can be found here:
http://www.ai.u-hyogo.ac.jp/english/kenkyu/new_course_eng.pdf

I can talk more when I am in Cambodia next week.

Your assistance in spreading this announcement is very much appreciated.

Contact:

Nophea Sasaki, PhD

Associate Professor and FFPRI’s REDD Management Board
Forest Carbon Management
GSAI, University of Hyogo
http://www.ai.u-hyogo.ac.jp/%7Enophea
Email: nopsasaki@gmail.com
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