FCCJ LUNCHEON MEETING 15 SEPTEMBER 2005
Theme:
"Relations between universities and working life as a criterion of quality of higher education"

RECAP
After some opening statements and presentation of the FCCJ members by FCCJ President Mika Mäkinen, the head of the Finnish Delegation, Ph.D. Matti Parjanen explained the purpose of the visit to Japan, which was the eight conducted by him to several countries. Dr. Paajanen also introduced the delegation members.

The commentary statements from Professor Shigeru Komori from Jobu University, who has also been lecturing at Seinäjoki Polytechnic in Finland, and FCCJ Board Member Erik Ullner, who has studied at Sophia University in Tokyo, where he is now a part-time lecturer, were very much appreciated and created a lively discussion which could have continued for another hour, if the schedule would have allowed.

IMAGES FROM THE MEETING
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Opening of the meeting at the White Pearl Room at Capitol Tokyu Hotel
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FCCJ President Mika Mäkinen
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The head of the Finnish Delegation, Ph.D. Matti Paajanen, and the delegation assistant Naoko Komiya.
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FCCJ Board Member Erik Ullner
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Professor Shigeru Komori from Jobu University
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Commercial Counsellor Olli Juvonen asks a question about the future of the Umiversity of Tokyo,
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Katja Tornberg form Tampere University of Technology responds to a question about diversity in education.
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Sauli Sohlo from Oulu University comments on the same issue.
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The meeting was attended by 46 FCCJ and delegation members.
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