Graduate Program for Fostering Frontiers of Practical Solutions in a Populations-Activities-Resources-Environments Chain (PARE Program)


The objectives of PARE program is to foster individuals with four specific characteristics (“field research capabilities,” “cross cultural capabilities,” “frontier spirits” and “problem solving competencies”) that are essential for global leaders and create a network to tackle issues related to PARE (Populations-Activities-Resources-Environments) in Asia, and able to contribute to sustainable management of resources in Asia. For implementation, Hokkaido University formed the PARE consortium with 6 partner universities in Indonesia (Bogor Agricultural University, Institut Teknologi Bandung, and University of Gadjah Mada) and Thailand (Chulalongkorn University, Kasetsart University and Thammasat University).

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Updated on   June 21, 2018