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Final accreditation process to begin for graduate university

Date Posted: 2011-07-14

Only a year before itís set to open its doors to students, the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology is about to begin receiving its own final examinations.

An independent administrative agency designated by the Japanese government begins evaluations of the new university in Onna Village on July 20th and 21st, and will make its final report to the education ministry a month later. The process began more than a week ago with examinations of a business and financial affairs audit.

OIST President-elect Jonathan Dorfan says the OIST subcommittee meeting reviewed 27 studies unit cases through the end of the last fiscal year. Another 28 cases of joint research by OIST together with other universities and research institutions are also being evaluated.

The new school has begun patent cases, with four now processed compared with one it the last fiscal year. Dorfan says heís pleased with the way Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology has come to grips with strengthening its publicity and promotions programs, which is important to making the academic realm more aware of its existence. He says itís also been critical in reaching out to attract new students by setting in place a short-term semi-research system.

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