Meiji Gakuin University has signed partnership agreements with two schools that promote a Christianity-based education: Shokei Gakuin Senior High School (Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture), and Hokusei Gakuen Girls’ Senior High School (Sapporo City, Hokkaido).
The signing ceremonies were held at the Shirokane Campus. Meiji Gakuin University President Yasuo Matsubara concluded the agreement with Shokei Gakuin Senior High School Principal Shinichi Fujikura on Monday, May 22, and with Hokusei Gakuen Girls’ Senior High School Principal Shinya Asari on Monday, May 29.
From left: Meiji Gakuin University President Yasuo Matsubara, Shokei Gakuin Senior High School Principal Shinichi Fujikura, and Meiji Gakuin University Vice-President Mitsuru Watanabe.
From left: President’s Office Director Hiroki Hata, Meiji Gakuin University President Yasuo Matsubara, Hokusei Gakuen Girls’ Senior High School Principal Shinya Asari, and Meiji Gakuin University Vice-President Mitsuru Watanabe.
During the signing ceremonies, President Matsubara and Vice-President Watanabe added their respective signatures to the letters of agreement while chatting with Principals Fujikura and Asari regarding such topics as their schools’ study abroad programs and volunteer activities.
Principal Fujikura explains his hopes for the partnership.
President Matsubara and Principal Asari engage in friendly conversation.
Based on these agreements, exchanges and partnerships between these institutions and Meiji Gakuin University, related to their respective missions of education as Christianity-based schools, are expected to grow even stronger in the future.