CSEAS has collaborated with other graduate schools in Kyoto University whose academic interests are deeply related to Southeast Asian Studies. In 1981, CSEAS launched the joint graduate courses for Southeast Asian Studies with the Graduate School of Agriculture Division of Tropical Agriculture. In 1993, CSEAS started to offer the graduate courses for Division of Southeast Asian Area Studies for the Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies. In 1998, the Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies (ASAFAS) was created by transferring graduate students who formerly majored in the Division of Southeast Asian Area Studies to the Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies. CSEAS has supported the ASAFAS program for graduate education for more than two decades through maintaining a close and cooperative relationship with the school. For instance, CSEAS and ASAFAS successfully accomplished the Global COE Programs for educating graduate students: “In Search of Sustainable Humanosphere in Asia and Africa (2007-11) which facilitated the launch of a new course, Division of Global Area Studies in 2009, “Construction of a Global Platform for the Study of Sustainable Humanosphere (Strategic Young Research Overseas Visit Program for Accelerating Brain Circulation) (2012-14).” Currently CSEAS and ASAFAS offer several joint courses. Faculty members offer courses to the following programs; Environment, Society and Culture; Ecology and Environment; and Society and Development (Division of Southeast Asian Area Studies). They conduct lectures, seminars, help coordinate open campus events, provide thesis supervision, examine degrees, and help prepare entrance examinations. CSEAS also sends faculty to participate in the Peaceful Coexistence and Humanosphere program and the Islamic World Studies program (Division of Global Area Studies). Furthermore, CSEAS collaborates with the Graduate School of Medicine where faculty also coordinate joint courses for the School of Public Health and teach modules in the Division of Field Medicine.