Issue's contents
russian version
previous article Regionalistica 2021 Volume 8 number 4 pages 45-56 next article


Title of the article Priorities for the Internationalization of Regional Universities in Japan (On the Example of the Aomori Prefecture)
Pages 45-56
Author Lamasheva Yuliya AlexandrovnaLamasheva Yuliya Alexandrovna
candidate of sciences (politics), assistant professor at the Higher School of International Research and Diplomacy
Pacific National University
136, Tikhookeanskaya Street, Khabarovsk, Russia, 680035
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Abstract The subject of the research is internationalization priorities of regional universities in Aomori Prefecture (Japan). The purpose is to point to the differences in approaches depending on specialization of base city and university ownership. The main method is comparative analysis of data from official webpages of three major universities in Aomori Prefecture. As a result, state university in cultural and historical city leans towards educational exchanges in humanities; private university in industrial city gives priority to international collaboration in technical sciences; and municipal university in administrative city attracts researchers and representatives of arts.
Code 316.4.06
DOI 10.14530/reg.2021.4.45
Keywords regional universities ♦ internationalization ♦ Aomori Prefecture ♦ Japan
Download 2021-04.45.pdf
For citation Lamasheva Yu.A. Priorities for the Internationalization of Regional Universities in Japan (On the Example of the Aomori Prefecture). Regionalistica [Regionalistics]. 2021. Vol. 8. No. 4. Pp. 45–56. (In Russian)
References 1. Bakumenko O. Do Russian Universities Need Online Internationalization of Research Activities? Available at: (accessed 22 July 2021). (In Russian)
2. Dubrovina O.V., Dubinina O.Yu. Main Directions of Cultural Diplomacy in Modern Japan. Vlast’ [Vlast’]. 2019. Vol. 27. No. 4. Pp. 234–242. (In Russian)
3. Zhilina L.V. Japanese Universities’ Community in International Environment: Maneuvers or Heading Down? Vestnik Rossiyskogo universiteta druzhby narodov. Seriya: Mezhdunarodnye otnosheniya = Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2019. Vol. 19. No. 1. Pp. 119–129. (In Russian)
4. Karpinskaja E. Does Distant Learning Mean Temporary Measures or New Development Possibilities? Available at: (accessed 22 July 2021). (In Russian)
5. Korolev V.A., Kudryavtseva S.S. «Soft Power» of Modern Japan: Practice and Developments. Vestnik mezhdunarodnykh organizatsiy: obrazovanie, nauka, novaya ekonomika = International Organizations Research Journal. 2014. Vol. 9. No. 2. Pp. 190–208. (In Russian)
6. Krechetnikov K.G., Shoinkhorova V.R. Japanese Approach to Education Internationalization. Fundamental’nye i prikladnye issledovaniya: problemy i rezul’taty [Fundamental and Applied Research: Problems and Results]. 2015. No. 23. Pp. 58–63. (In Russian)
7. Nikonov N.M., Nikonova E.N. Regional University. On the Impact of the Social and Economic Environment and Ways of Education Internationalization. Grand Altai Research and Education. 2018. Issue 2. Pp. 45–54. (In Russian)
8. Rementsova N.A. Internationalization of Educational Services: Tendencies and Strategies. Vestnik RGGU. Seriya «Ekonomika. Upravlenie. Pravo» [RSUH / RGGU Bulletin. «Economics. Management. Law» Series]. 2020. No. 4. Pp. 47–58. (In Russian)
9. Ryazantsev S.V., Rostovskaya T.K., Ryazantsev N.S. Japanese Model of Attracting Foreign Youth in the Higher Education System. Obrazovanie i nauka = The Education and Science Journal. 2020. Vol. 22. No. 9. Pp. 148–173. (In Russian)
10. Frolov S.Yu. Regional Universities: Problems of Development in Modernization of Higher Education. Vestnik Chelyabinskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta. [Bulletin of Chelyabinsk State University]. 2015. No. 9 (364). Pp. 103–107. (In Russian)


Лицензия Creative Commons
Если не указано другое, контент этого сайта доступен по лицензии Creative Commons «Attribution» («Атрибуция») 4.0 Всемирная.