DLSU CE and MEM Students take part in 2015 Tokyo Technology Student Exchange Program

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DLSU Students and Faculty (Photo/Jason Ongpeng)

Last April 29 to May 8, 2015, students from De La Salle University’s Civil Engineering (CE) and Manufacturing Engineering and Management (MEM) programs were invited by the Tokyo Institute of Technology to a ten-day socio-cultural exchange program.

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Tokyo Institute of Technology’s Cheesecake Library

The program is aimed at exposing students to the technological developments of Japan, its academic culture, as well as foster closer ties with students and faculty of the Tokyo Institute of Technology.

Aside from the technology and academic immersion, DLSU students also experienced the rich cultural heritage of Japan as well as an opportunity to visit landmarks such as the Miraikan Museum, Rainbow Bridge, and the Tokyo Skytree.

Readers who are interested in learning more about the students’ experiences in Japan can visit animoCIVnews.

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