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    • Institute for Shipboard Education - Semester at Sea

    • Semester at Sea - Spring 2015

      Sail around the globe exploring up to 15 countries with Semester at Sea and get the broadest cultural and intellectual exposure possible in one semester. Classroom learning aboard ship integrates with relevant field studies in port, immersing you in the world's most important issues such as sustainability, economic empowerment, globalization, religious pluralism, and national identity. You will earn a full semester of transferable credit from the University of Virginia and gain global skills that More...
    • Temple University

    • Temple Law School

      A full semester of ABA approved law study in Tokyo, Japan. Asian and international law courses, small classes and reasonable tuition. Scholarship aid is available. For post-JD or foreign students, a year-round LL.M. program is also offered.
    • Study & Intern Okinawa

    • Study & Intern Okinawa

      Our programs start at the beginning of each month.
    • CET Academic Programs

    • CET Intensive Japanese Language and Culture Studies in Osaka

      The spring and fall Osaka semesters begin with a one-week intensive Japanese language course (20 hours) designed to provide students with the skills necessary for living in Japan. For the remainder of the semester, students take a language course based on their level (140 hours), complete a language project based on their interests (20 hours) and choose from a range of other language and electives differentiated by two tracks.
    • Loyola Marymount University

    • Loyola Marymount University: Academic, Osaka

      In this exchange program students will study at Kansai Gaidai, a private university located in Hirakata City, between Kyoto and Osaka. It was established in 1945 and has had an international focus throughout its history.

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    • SUNY at New Paltz

    • Study Abroad in Japan - Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies

      The Japan Studies in Nagasaki program offers courses in Japanese language and Japanese society and culture. In addition to the required language course and Japan Studies classes, students have the option to take seminars in Traditional Japanese Arts.
    • Tokyo International University

    • Japan Studies Program

      The Japan Studies Program is an intensive Japanese Language and Cultural study abroad program for English speaking undergraduate students. Semester and year long programs are offered.
    • Rutgers University

    • Japan: International Christian University

      "• Travel within 30 minutes to Japan’s capital city, Tokyo • Take Japanese language classes (classes available for beginners to advanced speakers) • Study “Tradition and Change in Japan” in ICU’s Japan Studies program"

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    • Webster University

    • Webster University: Japan

      Study Japanese language, literature, history, culture, politics and economics in one of Japan's most exciting cities.
    • Digital Hollywood University

    • Animation/Image Art/Game/3DCG

      Digital Hollywood University is a four-year university where students can learn Japanese digital content in terms of anime, games, computer graphics (CG), films, website design, and graphic design. Japanese pop culture, including anime and games, has become so popular around the world that there is now a special phrase for it: Cool Japan. This university treats Japanese pop culture as an academic discipline and provides education on topics ranging from the latest production methods to relevant business More...
    • Green River Community College

    • Japan Program

      Earn 15 college credits in Japanese Language and Culture, Beginning Art and Digital Photography in this study abroad program offered by Green River Community College in Auburn, Washington.
    • Japan Center for Michigan Universities

    • Academic Program in Japanese Language and Culture

      Combining classroom training with hands-on community interaction, the program is flexible enough to accommodate both Japanese language majors and those students who simply want to experience another culture.
    • Ripon College

    • Ripon College: Japan

      After a summer orientation including intensive language study in a mountain village setting, students spend the academic year at Waseda University's International Division in Tokyo.
    • State University of New York College at Oswego

    • Akita International University

      Students attending the Akita International University (AIU) exchange program will be directly enrolled in the university and sit amongst Japanese students as well as other international students from an elite network of universities around the world.

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    • Le Cordon Bleu

    • Culinary Arts: Tokyo

      Classic Courses: Cuisine (4 levels: Basic, Intermediate, Advanced, Superior), Pastry (3 levels: Basic, Advanced, Superior), Bakery (2 levels: Basic, Advanced). Special Programs: Half day to 1 day program of Cuisine, Pastry or Bakery Workshops, as well as Special Demonstrations for amateurs and gourmet enthusiasts.

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    • Tokyo Language Arts College

    • Tokyo Language Arts College

      The Tokyo Language Arts College TEFL certification courses by correspondence were designed to meet the needs of both experienced teachers of English and people just entering the teaching field. Through distance learning, teachers living in all parts of the world have the opportunity to attain a greater knowledge of Teaching English as a Foreign Language.
    • College Consortium for International Studies (CCIS)

    • CCIS Program at KCP International Language Institute: Semester

      Students take courses in Intensive Japanese Language, beginning through advanced, and Japanese culture and civilization. The program also incorporates a range of excursions in and around Tokyo. Students may study for 7 or 10 weeks.
    • University of Wisconsin - Platteville

    • Nagasaki Study Center: Academic

      Courses in liberal arts and international business; family-stays with meals; field trips. Study Japanese language on all levels, Japanese literature, Japan Studies and Traditional Japanese Arts.
    • Seinan Gakuin University

    • International Division

      Students may select courses they are interested in from the wide variety SGU offers. Four levels of Japanese language instruction are available, with students placed into beginning, pre-intermediate, intermediate or advanced courses based on pre-admission testing. Students can join the beginning class level with no prior knowledge of Japanese. Except for advanced Japanese, language classes meet for 90-minute periods per week. In addition to classroom study, off-campus activities such as trips to More...
    • Hattori Foundation - The Yamasa Institute

    • Aichi Center for Japanese Studies: Academic

      Sponsored by the Hattori Foundation (est. 1919), ACJS offers Academic Japanese Programs from 4 weeks to 2 years in duration. Summer and all year round extension programs, Internships in Japanese companies, Study tours. Financial Aid is available and Homestays, Apartments or Dormitory accommodation within walking distance guaranteed.
    • Associated Kyoto Program

    • Associated Kyoto Program

      The goal of AKP's language program is to assist students in improving their communicative competence in written and spoken modern Japanese. The language program is enriched by coordinating the students' classroom work with elective courses, visiting speakers, Doshisha student groups, and especially homestays, where the students apply their Japanese to everyday household situations and frequently have long discussions with homestay family members. Check out the AKP website for current elective course More...
    • Ryukoku University

    • Japan and Asian Studies Program

      Ryukoku University is one of the oldest Universities in Japan. Ryukoku University's Faculty of Intercultural Communication in Shiga Prefecture sponsors the Japan Asian Studies program utilizing its international faculty to present a unique curriculum devoted to the understanding of Japan and Asia.
    • Lakeland College

    • Lakeland College: Academic

      Lakeland College offers exciting opportunities at our branch campus in vibrant, central Tokyo. Attend classes in our fully accredited program taught in English, alongside Japanese students. Small class sizes are maintained. Highly supportive professional faculty and staff.
    • Japan-America Institute of Management Science (JAIMS)

    • Japan-America Institute of Management Science (JAIMS)

      The four-month Intercultural Management Program (ICMP) will train you to work effectively in a multicultural business environment. ICMP is an intensive, graduate diploma program that focuses on American business principles and methods within a global context.
    • Osaka International School

    • Global Futures Program

      Osaka international School has an outstanding academic record and students who graduate from OIS generally are able to enter the college or university of their choice. OIS offers the IB Diploma programme which is widely accepted around the world by university admissions' departments. OIS’s sister school relationship gives an OIS student the chance to experience Japan in an authentic manner through sports, student council and in day to day interactions.
    • NRCSA - National Registration Center for Study Abroad

    • Study in Japan

      There are four skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking which need to be studied and developed from the start of the program. The emphasis on these four areas helps to enable the student to use their knowledge of the language in day-to-day communication. An immersion approach to the language is used for all levels - this means that from day one only the language is spoken in the classroom. This approach helps the student to become comfortable with the language quickly.
    • Columbia University, Office of Global Programs

    • Kyoto Consortium for Japanese Studies (KCJS)

      Established in September 1989, the Kyoto Consortium for Japanese Studies (KCJS) is a consortium of 14 American universities that sponsors a rigorous, two-semester academic program for undergraduates who wish to do advanced work in Japanese language and cultural studies.
    • WorldLink Education

    • Academy of Japanese Language in Tokyo: Academic

      Master Japanese in Tokyo, the capital of Japan. Study Japanese with WLE and be immersed in the Japanese language, culture and the Japanese way of life. Become a part of this rewarding, enjoyable and unforgettable educational experience of a lifetime.
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