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Seminar in International Law and Politics Ⅱ

[Lecture Course Basic Information]

Lecturer: Each supervisor
Other Lecturers:
Course Type: Internship
Semester: Intensive course
Year: D1 (Leading Program)
Course Periods: Intensive  course
Credits: 4
Whether mandatory or not: Not mandatory
Classroom:

 

Outline of Lecture Course

This is the summer internship program under the Program for Leading Graduate School.
The aim of the course is to develop students' skills in negotiation, communication and planning, and to develop students' skill of implementing the plan with good results.
Also, the course aims to give students opportunities to apply knowledge acquired in daily seminars and research activities to the real world situation, to establish a global network with experts in international organisations, law firms, NPO, NGO and other universities, and to take advantage of the experience and findings through the internship for further study.

Each student will develop a plan of the overseas internship and/or the domestic internship in cooperation with the supervisor.
The internship will take place mainly during the summer months and each student will experience some aspects of cross-border institutional design. The length of the internship should be more than 1 month.

The students may combine the internship program with one's own research visit or with presentation of the research results in a conference.

Course Objectives

Through the internship program, students are expected to be able to;
-obtain the skills in negotiation, communication and planning,
-obtain the skill of implementing the plan with good results,
-apply knowledge acquired in daily seminars and research activities to the real world situation,
-establish a global network with experts in international organisations, law firms, NPO, NGO and other universities

Textbooks Not specified.
Course Materials/Supplementaries Not specified.
Assessment Grading will be decided based on the proposal of the internship(50%) and the final report(50%).  To pass, students must show he/she has had communicated enough with the host institution, developed the internship plan well and implemented it with good results.
Prerequisites This course is only for students who wish to receive the official recognition of the completion of the Program for Leading Graduate School.
Instructions for Out-of-Class Study -Develop your own plan by the end of May. Submit the proposal to your supervisor.
-Submit your final report to the supervisor by the end of August.

Responding to Student Questions Please take a contact with your supervisor via e-mail.
Other Notes

-Each student will work with the supervisor to develop a plan.
-Each student has the primary responsibility to develop one’s own plan, including the choice of institutions or organizations for internship, the negotiation with the host institution, visa application, and so forth.
-Each student must submit a complete plan and obtain its endorsement by the supervisor before departure.
-Each student must keep the record of the daily activity during the internship and must submit the final report of the internship on completing the internship program.

 

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Lecture Theme Lecture Course Description Learning outside the class Related page
Internship proposal A successful internship begins from a good design and proposal of internship. Develop your own plan by the end of May. Submit the proposal to your supervisor.  
2 Internship records Keeping a good record what you did before, during and after the internship is essential to make the best use of an occasion of internship.  
3 Final report Improve your tentative report and come up with your final report. Submit your final report to the supervisor by the end of August.  

 
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https://canvas.law.nagoya-u.ac.jp/enroll/J84KWD

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