About the Local Satellite Campus
The Philippines Satellite Campus was established at the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB), Philippines on 2 December 2015 following the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement between the University of the Philippines, of which UPLB is one of campuses under the university system, and Nagoya University. Through this facility, the Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences and the Graduate School of International Development will offer the hybrid Doctoral program called the Transnational Doctoral Programs for Leading Professionals in Asian Countries. Starting academic year 2016, the Satellite Campus will start accepting students.
Available Research Fields
- The Satellite Campus in the Philippines will offer doctoral degrees in the fields of international development and bioagricultural sciences.
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Message from the Head of the Philippines Satellite Campus
Warm greetings! Nagoya University’s Asian Satellite Campus in the Philppines is based at the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB) which has been mandated to implement the Transnational Doctoral Programs for Leading Professionals in Asian Countries. Nagoya University, through its Asian Satellite Campus at UPLB, offers two areas in which to conduct doctoral level studies: Bioagricultural Sciences, and International Development. The program caters mainly to Filipino mid to senior level government officials who have already completed a master’s degree and wish to earn a doctoral degree. Because of the important roles and responsibilities students are tasked with in their everyday work lives, they can not leave their posts for a continuous period of three years to pursue doctoral studies in Japan. Therefore, the Asian Satellite Campus Institute, which is headqurtered at Nagoya University’s main campus in Japan, allows students to complete their doctoral studies at home in the Phillipines. Being situated in one of the best agricultural universities in the region, Nagoya University and the Asian Satellite Campus Institute look forward to effectively pursuing more collaborative projects with UPLB which would help boost internationalization efforts of both universities.
Dr. Eitha C. Cedicol
Nagoya University Asian Satellite Campus Philippines
Ground Floor, Bienvenido M. Gonzalez Hall (formerly UPLB Main Library)
UPLB Campus, College, Laguna 4031
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