Kiyomi Horiuchi is a Research Associate on CGHE’s global higher education engagement research programme.
Kiyomi is a Research Associate at Research Institute for Higher Education, Hiroshima University.
After having served as a journalist at Japan Broadcasting Corporation, he worked in an administration role at International Exchange Center of Aoyama Gakuin University (2005-10) and Institutional Research and Planning Section of Tokyo International University (2011-16).
His primary research interests lie in the development of English-taught degree programs at Japanese universities, and its impact on institutional management.
CGHE research projects
- Local and global public good contributions of higher education: a comparative study in six national systems
- Internationalisation of HE as a public good: a comparative study in four national systems
Select recent publications
- Internationalization through English medium instruction in Japan: Challenging a Contemporary Dejima
Hiroshi Ota and Kiyomi Horiuchi, in The Future Agenda for Internationalization in Higher Education (Edited by: Douglas Proctor, Laura E. Rumbley)
- How Accessible are English-Taught Programs? Exploring International Admissions Procedures
Hiroshi Ota and Kiyomi Horiuchi, in English-Medium Instruction in Japanese Higher Education: Policy, Challenges and Outcomes (Edited by: Annette Bradford, Howard Brown)