Short-Term Dispatch of NUT Students to Mexico for Training.

Thirteen students from NUT were dispatched on a short-term training program to Mexico from March 7 to 18, 2017.

Through multiple visits to each other’s country, students from both Japan and Mexico are able to interact with their counterparts. As a result, the students obtain first-hand experience of international standards, gain a deeper understanding of different value systems, and recognize the importance of solving issues at a global scale. In this way, the program helps to produce leading and practical engineers capable of conducting research and development aimed at problem solving.

During this training program, the NUT students visited Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León and Universidad de Monterrey (both partner universities in the project), and interacted with the Mexican students enrolled in the Twinning Program (TP). In addition, the NUT students also visited companies in Mexico and explored the differences with Japanese companies and manufacturing practices.

Assisting TP lectures Interacting with local students Striving during the first visit to Mexico