The Nagasaki program is administered in the US by USAC and in Nagasaki, Japan, by the Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies JASIN (Japan Studies in Nagasaki) program staff. They will provide the mandatory on-site orientation as well as academic and pract
- Nagasaki, Japan
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Fall Semester, Spring Semester
- Program Description:
- Japan is a fascinating country rich in culture, history, and with a diverse environment, the combination of which produces on of the most distinctive societies in the world. Nagasaki has unique layers of history, vibrant culture and arts, and is a lovely coastal location in which to live and study Japanese in the far west of Japan. The Nagasaki program offers a curriculum that gives students a range of courses focused on Japanese society and culture, and is an ideal program for beginning-level language study or for non-intensive language study at all levels. Students are required to take a Japanese language course each semester at one of six levels, beginning to advanced. Other courses are taught in English or simplified Japanese. You may choose to stay for a semester or a full year.
The Nagasaki program is administered in the US by USAC and in Nagasaki, Japan, by the Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies JASIN (Japan Studies in Nagasaki) program staff. They will provide the mandatory on-site orientation as well as academic and practical assistance and will oversee your general well-being while you are on the program.
Program fees include tuition, orientation, field trips, entry to some museums and cultural events, and health insurance.
- Setting Description:
- Nagasaki is situated on the extreme western point of the four main island of Japan, on the northwestern side of the island Kyushi. The city is built around a natural deep harbor and the rest of the city winds around- and up and down- the more than 100 mountains in the city limits. Nagasaki has a unique history. It was the first place in Japan to have contact with the West beginning in the late sixteenth century and then was Japan's only port open to foreign trade for the 250 years of national seclusion during the Tokugawa era, until Japan re-opened in the mid-nineteenth century.
- Semester (fall or spring): USD $6,880; Year: USD $13,760
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