International Budo University’s Support Programme for International Trainees in Martial Arts and Sports 2018
The University receives international trainees at the requests of overseas martial arts organisations and sports organisations. The trainees receive assistance and opportunities to undergo martial arts and sports training while staying on the university campus and participating in joint practice sessions and other programmes in order to achieve their objectives.
In fiscal 2018, the University was able to receive more trainees from more countries and territories than in the previous year — 266 persons from 22 countries and territories. As the University was founded to promote martial arts overseas, it has received a wide range of trainees from overseas. The groups we receive range from trainee groups to national teams. groups with different goals. We provide training facilities such dojos and gymnasiums, supporting the groups through joint training sessions with our faculty teachers and students and friendly games and matches. In preparation for 2020, we will continue to receive international martial arts and sports trainees in fiscal 2019.
- Time Period
- Apr., 2018 to Mar., 2019
- Katsuura, Chiba
- Sport/Programme Category
- Judo, Karate, Kyudo, Aikido, Iaido, Volleyball
- International Budo University
- Number of Individual Beneficiaries
- 266 people