U.S.-Japan Higher Education Engagement Study

 

Welcome to the U.S.-Japan Higher Education Engagement Study (USJP HEES), an online searchable and multilingual database about current U.S.-Japan higher education institutional partnerships created by the American Council on Education (ACE) in cooperation with the Japan Committee of Universities for International Exchange (JACUIE).

In order to better inform the actions of higher education leaders and other stakeholders who endeavor to create robust, sustainable U.S.-Japan partnerships, ACE and JACUIE both recognize there is a need for a broader knowledge on the many forms of collaboration taking place between U.S. and Japanese higher education institutions. While there are many actors involved in U.S. and Japan higher education relations who have been collecting data on specific aspects of U.S.-Japan higher education activity, they have often operated in silos, largely because their organizations have different goals, priorities, and responsibilities. These siloed data have made it difficult for higher education leaders and policymakers in both countries to have a clear picture of the U.S.-Japan higher education landscape. ACE and JACUIE envisioned the creation of this living central repository for capturing the strands of data that exist on U.S.-Japan higher education institutional engagement.

About the Study
About the Study
Learn more about the USJP HEES methodology, sponsors, and partners.
Study Resources
Study Resources
USJP HEES categorizes aggregated data shared by intermediary actors who play an important role in academic exchange, research, and workforce development between U.S. and Japanese higher education institutional partnerships.
Study Findings
Study Findings
The USJP HEES website includes data visualizations, fact sheets, and case studies as well as recommendations for strengthening U.S.-Japan bilateral activities for higher education institutions, policymakers, and other stakeholders.
 


 
 
 
 

Contact Us

Email global@acenet.edu to speak to a member of the USJP HEES research team.


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