Yōhei Sasakawa - Honorary Degrees

Honorary Degrees

  • 2007 Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA
  • 2006 Honorary Professorship, Dalian Maritime University, China
  • 2005 Doctor Honoris Causa, Jadavpur University, India
  • 2004 Honorary Professorship, Shanghai Maritime University, China
  • 2004 Doctor Honoris Causa, World Maritime University, Sweden
  • 2004 Honorary Professorship, Heilongjiang University, China
  • 2004 Honorary Professorship, Harbin Medical University, China
  • 2003 Honorary Professorship, China Medical University, China
  • 2003 Doctor Honoris Causa, The Academy of Management, Mongolia
  • 2000 Doctor Honoris Causa, The University of Bucharest, Romania
  • 2000 Doctor Honoris Causa, The University of Cape Coast, Ghana
  • 2000 Honorary Professorship, Yanbian University, China

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