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Mujeeb Khan receives Aoi Global Research Award

last modified Apr 29, 2016 04:00 PM

On 21st January, 2016 Mujeeb Khan, a Graduate Student at the Faculty, received the Aoi Global Research Award from the Aoi Scholarship Foundation in a short ceremony at its headquarters in Nakano, Tokyo.

In Michaelmas 2015 Mujeeb attended the Aoi Luncheon at Cambridge with last year's awardee, Aiko Otsuka, members from the Aoi Scholarship Foundation , and faculty members from the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.

On 1st February, 2016 he gave an academic talk in Japanese entitled "Japan as seen through Ishinpō" at Keio University's Hiyoshi Campus at the Graduate School of System Design and Management, to which he is officially affiliated as a research student for the duration of his stay, coordinated through the Aoi Global Research Award Program.

Mujeeb has consequently featured in a recent edition of the Aoi Scholarship Foundation magazine.

Mujeeb Khan Aoi Flyer
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