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Heidelberg University Office Kyoto

info@huok.uni-heidelberg.de

 
Office hours

Monday – Friday:
10:30 a.m. – 12 noon &
1 – 4:30 p.m.

 
Mailing List

To subscribe the mailing list HUOK-INFO please click here.

 
News

*New* HUOK to reopen for visits

After the various measures of Kyoto Prefecture against the spread of the new corona virus have been lifted, the Heidelberg University Office, Kyoto (HUOK) is available for visits and consultation in person from Tuesday, March 23, 2022. We still recommend to make an appointment via phone (Tel. +81 (0) 75 753-5413) or E-Mail (info@huok.uni-heidelberg.de). Until further notice, the HUOK is closed for visits each Thursday.

*New* Video of talk and discussion with the mayor of Heidelberg

The video of the event with Prof. Würzner, the mayor of Heidelberg and experts from Japan and Germany is now available. Please see here for more information.

Information Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

For information about Heidelberg University’s recommendations for action and behavior, as well as for links to further information please see here.

Concerning the situation in Japan, as well as possible travel restrictions, please also see the website of the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs here (external website), the website of the Japanese embassy in your country or the respective representation in Japan.

 
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The liaison office

The Heidelberg University Office, Kyoto (HUOK), represents Heidelberg University in Japan and East Asia. It is conveniently located on the ground floor of Yoshida International House on Yoshida South
Campus of Kyoto University, amongst classrooms, offices and a dormitory for Kyoto University’s international students and guest researchers. This location forms an ideal environment to get in touch with students and researchers the like.

 

Bernhard EitelMessage from the President

Beginning with 1990, Heidelberg and Kyoto University have been fostering mutual student exchange, inter­disciplinary research across national boundaries, and fruitful cooperation in various fields of study. [More...]

 

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