The Graduate School of Advanced Integrated Studies in Human Survivability (GSAIS) is a 5-year Graduate School aiming to produce top-level global leaders who can resolve the complex and diversified social issues with a strong sense of responsibility, humanity and morality. Advanced Integrated Studies in Human Survivability is an integrated field of scholarship that studies the means to structuralize and communalize knowledge for human survivability. Through the studies at the GSAIS, students are expected to assume responsibility as global leaders and develop a high sense of mission and perspectives as well as highly developed management skills.
2021.06.01MINI Workshop“The Net Zero Emission Targets of Japan and China: Current Situation and Challenges”
2020.12.02Activity Report: A student-centered overseas service learning program,” WASAVI “, is implemented in the midst of Corona’s disaster
2020.11.05C-BED program developed by ILO with the help of students C. Xu et al. introduces in Bangladesh.
2020.10.21MINI Workshop”Green Management and Creating Shared Value for the Sustainable Development Goals”
2020.06.03Kosuke Shiraishi, President of Yumon-kai, was appointed as “Kyoto University Support Ambassador” on 1 April 2020.
2019.12.13GSAIS Mini Workshop “Does ICT contribute to the survival and future development of human society?” hosted by the International Development Research Group, was held.
MINI Workshop“The Net Zero Emission Targets of Japan and China: Current Situation and Challenges”
MINI Workshop”Green Management and Creating Shared Value for the Sustainable Development Goals”
2019 5th International Seminar: “Sustainable Development through Investment Treaties”