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Giving Lectures in Shot-term Basis

If any full-time faculty members (including Tokubetsu Kenkyu Kyoin) wish to give lectures (temporary or short-term basis) at a school, corporation or any other organization outside Keio University upon request, they must obtain an approval from the SFC Joint Steering Committee.


Procedure to be Followed Before Accepting an Request to Give Lectures Outside Keio University


When the letter of request is received by the Dean's Office or the Office of the President


  1. The secretary of the aforementioned office will send an email message to the faculty member, asking his / her intention of accepting the offer of the lecture.
  2. The faculty member must consult with the Academic Affairs Office to coordinate the classes during the period of giving lectures.
  3. If the faculty member decides to accept the offer, the matter will be referred to the SFC Joint Steering Committee (Faculty Board).
  4. If the request is approved, a letter of acceptance will be sent to the client from the Dean's Office. If the letter is addressed to the President, Office of Human Resource Management of Keio University Mita Campus will send the letter of acceptance to the client.
  5. If the SFC Joint Steering Committee does not approve the request, both the faculty member and the client will be notified by the Dean's Office.

When the letter of request is received by the faculty member


  1. The faculty member must consult with the Academic Affairs Office to coordinate the classes during the period of giving lectures.
  2. The faculty member submits the necessary documents to the General Affairs Section.*
  3. The matter will be referred to the SFC Joint Steering Committee (Faculty Board).
  4. If the request is approved, a letter of acceptance will be sent to the client from the Dean's Office. If the letter is addressed to the President, Office of Human Resource Management of Keio University Mita Campus will send the letter of acceptance to the client.
  5. If the SFC Joint Steering Committee does not approve the request, both the faculty member and the client will be notified by the Dean's Office.

*Note: The necessary documents must be submitted three business days prior to the regular meeting of the SFC Joint Steering Committee. If complete documents are not submitted or the submission of the documents fails to meet the deadline, then the request will be deliberated upon at the next meeting of the SFC Joint Steering Committee.


Documents Required for Submission


  1. Letter of request (Submit the original copy of the letter of request if it is addressed to the Dean or the President; or submit either original or copy if it is addressed to the faculty member. The letter must include information about the client and time and date of the lectures).
  2. Letter of acceptance (if it is attached to the letter of request).
  3. Return envelope or note that shows the address of the client.