- Tokyo, Japan
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Program Description:
Japan is a land of endless contrasts and extremes, from ancient shrines to the modern, fast-paced life of Tokyo. Our Summer in Japan program gives you the opportunity to explore a unique, refreshing, and incredibly exciting side of the world. You’ll live in influential Tokyo and study with the close-knit community at Seisen University. Experience the country’s natural beauty, taste delicious food, and see some wild style in the world’s most populous greater metropolitan area. Between your studies and discovering the hidden gems in this city, your time in Tokyo will zip by as fast as Japan’s high-speed bullet trains!
- For current prices and dates please visit the CISabroad website.
Additional Program Information
- Scholarships Description:
- Please visit our website for current offers.
Based on 4 Reviews
- Just The Beginning12/10/18
The beginning of my adventures started when I was approved to go to Japan under CISabroad. From the moment I landed and met with my program advisor and coordinator Jeff Sinding, I knew I was going to have a great experience in Tokyo. Because of CISabroad,
I was able to be located in a quiet neighborhood called Nakanobu, Tokyo. My school was located in Gotanda, which was just two stops away. My school was beautiful and my apartment was cozy. Everything was so convenient because CISabroad placed us by multiple restaurants and grocery stores that sell afforable produce. There’s really nowhere else where I can get such a great deal of a program that provides housing, guides you to multiple transportation options, education, and a phenomenal experience. If I could study abroad again, I would sign up with them in a heartbeat.read moreBottom Line:Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
- Best first time abroad10/07/18
I never expected to get the chance to study abroad since I never had to funds or the know-how of the application process. Yet, I had to tell myself that this time in college would be the only time I would get to do so. CISAbroad was the first program
that was recommended to me and I have never regretted taking that first choice. In fact, I was beyond ecstatic that I did because I got to go see and explore a new part of the world I never thought I would get the chance to. The staff was helpful in preparing activities for the student and made the get along since there was a high chance that not everyone knew each other at the start. Additionally, learning Japanese was not that difficult since the staff was knowledgeable and had an easy to understand curriculum. I had some many fond and wonderful memories there and will not soon forget them. This experience made me feel full of confidence to travel again and see the rest of the world possibly. Hopefully, it will be soon.read moreBottom Line:Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
- The program meant for me10/02/18
Traveling to Japan in itself was a crazy idea for me, but going alone made me even more fearful. I chose the program CISAbroad after realizing that my school did not offer a summer in Japan program. Choosing CISAbroad was the best decision I could have
made when deciding to go abroad. From the convenience of the housing to the atmosphere to even the academics. I feel as though CISAbroad helped immerse me in a culture that was new to me in the easiest way possible, and I highly recommend someone using this program for their future study abroad venture.read moreBottom Line:Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
- Taking off in Tokyo10/15/17
My time in Japan was incredible! I learned so much, met so many new people, and had one of the most enriching experiences of my life. As someone who didn't know a word of Japanese before going to Japan, I left being able to have a decent conversation.
I left with friends IN JAPAN! I left knowing a little more about myself and wanting to share my experience with others. At Seisen University in Tokyo, I took two classes - Beginner Japanese language and Global Citizenship Cross Cultural Studies. I learned not only the language of Japan, but about Japan itself - the culture, the people, the atmosphere. I was able to spend time with students from the U.S., Japan, China, Australia, and Taiwan. I travelled all around the country and walked over 150 miles, seeing temples, shrines, monuments, mountains, and lakes. I can only hope to return to Japan someday and learn and grow even more.read moreBottom Line:Yes, I would recommend this to a friend