The quarterly Keio Global e-newsletter features articles introducing fresh content and globally-themed highlights. You can also keep up-to-date with recent news and upcoming events related to Keio's international activities and community. In each issue, we also invite our users to contribute their own content on a theme related to life in Japan and at Keio. The Keio Global e-Newsletter has become a monthly publication as of May 2016. Sign up via the link below to get monthly updates of the goings-on at Keio University.
This edition features: New Year’s Greetings from the President, Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme Helen Clark Visits Keio and Gives Lecture, and President Seike Receives Honorary Degree from Yonsei University.
This edition features: International Conference on Cognitive Decline and its Economic Consequences, The Second Japan-UK Universities Conference for Collaboration in Research and Education, and Tsuruoka Town Campus of Keio: Driving Original and Innovative Research Toward a Brighter Future.
This edition features: the “Consideration of International Exchange in the Age of Educational Globalization: Global Mobility of Students” Symposium, “Studying in the U.S.: Dialogue with Ambassador Kennedy,” and a rundown of PEARL, which is the newest English-taught program at Keio.
This edition features: Celebrating the Establishment of the First University Departments―Keio Delegation Visits Harvard University, Keio University Research Collaboration Promotion Fair 2015, and the Keio East Asia Future Leaders Program (KFLP).
This edition features: a special video message from President Seike, Part 2 of Keio Medical Students Stepping Out Into the World, and the new Young Leaders Program at the University of Sydney.
This edition features: Fueling the Next Level of Internationalization at Keio, Part 1 of Keio Medical Students Stepping Out Into the World, and Keio-NUS CUTE Center.
This edition includes a special feature on student dormitories, information on how to view the latest in research at Keio, and a brief look at Italian partner institution Universita Bocconi.
This edition features the EBA Consortium, a unique alliance aimed at solving emerging issues in Asia, and Keio's partner institution the University of Cologne, one of Germany's oldest and largest universities.
This edition features a special message from President Atsushi Seike and introduces the Council on Business and Society, established by Keio Business School in cooperation with world-leading business schools.