Home > Education Division > Study Tours(overseas)

Study Tours(overseas)

Student officers learn international strategic environment and enhance the relationships with neighboring and related countries through overseas study tours.
On study tours, they visit headquarters of major military commands, military bases, and staff colleges or defense universities.

The ground where is targeted for the local training (overseas)

Latest study tours

Field Study to India

One of the Delegation Groups of the 19th Joint Advanced Course with 28 students headed by Vice Commandant, MG Ogasawara, and by Chief of Second Instructors office, COL Nishijima visited India for an overseas field study from the 1st to the 6th of November 2015.
   It has been 3 years since our 13th Joint Advanced Course visited India last.
   The delegation could understand about the Indiafs commitment to national defense, Indian Armed Forcesf operation as well as current states through various briefings and Q&A sessions.

Visit to Integral Defense Staff Gift exchange at National Defense College

Visit to Integral Defense Staff   

Gift exchange at National Defense College   

Opinion exchange at National Maritime Foundation Visit to Information Management and Analysis Centre

Opinion exchange at National Maritime Foundation   

Visit to Information Management and Analysis Centre   

Briefing at Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis Opinion exchange at Centre for UN Peacekeeping

Briefing at Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis   

Opinion exchange at Centre for UN Peacekeeping   

ªPage Top

Field Study to Germany

One of the Delegation Groups of the 19th Joint Advanced Course headed by Commandant, LTG Takahashi, and by Chief of First Instructors office, CAPT Tanaka visited Germany for an overseas field study from the 8th to the 13th of November 2015.
   It is the first time for the Joint Staff College to visit Germany, and the delegation could deepen their understanding about the German Armed Forcesf current situation, its national defense reform, its relations between German Armed Forces and NATO / EU as well as its cooperative situation with the nations concerned, through various briefings and Q&A sessions.
   At the request of Federal Armed Forces Command and Staff College ( Hamburg ), one instructor from Joint Staff College briefed its students (from NATO and EU member countries) on South China Sea, and as a result, they interacted with its student officers, through active Q&A sessions.

Japanese Embassy in Federal Republic of Germany Lecture address by Japanese Ambassador to Germany at Japanese Embassy in Federal Republic of Germany

Japanese Embassy in Federal Republic of Germany   

Lecture address by Japanese Ambassador to Germany at Japanese Embassy in Federal Republic of Germany   

Federal Ministry of Defence Briefing at Federal Ministry of Defence

Federal Ministry of Defence   

Briefing at Federal Ministry of Defence   

Opinion exchange at Federal Ministry of Defence Presentation of memento to the briefer of Federal Ministry of Defence

Opinion exchange at Federal Ministry of Defence   

Presentation of memento to the briefer of Federal Ministry of Defence   

Welcome by Director of Munster Training Centre Briefing at Munster Training Centre

Welcome by Director of Munster Training Centre   

Briefing at Munster Training Centre   

Explanation for equipment at Munster Training Centre Simulator tour at Munster Training Centre

Explanation for equipment at Munster Training Centre   

Simulator tour at Munster Training Centre   

Federal Armed Forces Command and Staff College Briefing at Federal Armed Forces Command and Staff College

Federal Armed Forces Command and Staff College   

Briefing at Federal Armed Forces Command and Staff College   

Briefing on South China Sea Q&A sessions

Briefing on South China Sea   

Q&A sessions   

ªPage Top