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1st Report of "Japan Doctoral Human Resource Profiling"-FY2012 doctoral graduates cohort

  • 2016/02/29

The Fourth Science and Technology Basic Plan set goals for the development of human resources that take the central role in science and technology: the drastic enhancement of graduate education and major viewpoints in the development of research personnel - “independence,” “challenge,” “Convergence” and“internationality.” In order to verify the goals, the first Japan Doctoral Human Resource Profiling (JD-Pro) conducted research on the status of students when they were in a doctoral course and their current employment status, etc. The research was conducted for students who graduated a doctoral course in the 2012 academic year and it was responded by individuals. The results were published by the National Institute of Science and Technology Policy (NISTEP).

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