The Graduate School of Energy Science (GSES) hosted a credit-bearing internship program for six undergraduate students from the Faculty of Engineering, Chiang Mai University (CMU), with support from Kyoto University provided under the Wild & Wise Collaborative Learning Program. The interns each worked in one of six GSES laboratories on projects assigned to them based on their departmental affiliations.
 In addition to lab work, the program included field trips to Keage power station, Kisenyama power station, Uji power station. The students studied about the mechanism of hydroelectric power and each feature of power stations.
 They also attended “Introductory class in Japanese traditional dance”
wearing Kimono in Student Lounge KIZUNA, went sightseeing around Kyoto, Gion Festival together with their Japanese peers, and deepened understanding of Japanese culture.
 During the final week, the interns delivered presentations and submitted lab notebooks for grading. Program supervisors were evaluated with the students’ work, expressing confidence in their ability to make the most of their experiences at GSES as they continue their studies in Thailand.