International Center e-Bulletin Board

Updated: July 9, 2018

- Semester-end Examination Timetable for 2018 Spring Semester Courses   (updated on July 9, 2018)
- Makeup Examinations for Courses offered at Mita Campus (only for KIP students)   (updated on July 9, 2018)
- Grade Inquiry for courses offered for 2018 Spring Semester (only for KIP students)  (updated on July 9, 2018)
- Online Academic Grade Report
- Grading System, Grade Point Average (GPA) and Record of Failed Courses
- Class Cancellation and Makeup Classes
- Class Information (2018 Spring Semester) (updated on June 25)
- Class Information (2018 Fall Semester) (updated on May 23)
- Courses that limit the Number of Students  (updated on April 20)
- Form (Independent Study Application Form etc.)

Course and Other Information (for 2018 Spring KIP students)
http://www.ic.keio.ac.jp/en/study/exchange/courses/KIP2018S.html

Semester-end Examination Timetable for 2018 Spring Semester Courses

For the timetable of International Center Courses, Professional Career Programme(PCP) courses, and GPP courses, please refer to Examination Timetable for 2018 Spring Semester Courses.
 
For the timetable of other courses, please refer to http://www.gakuji.keio.ac.jp/academic/shiken/index.html or ask the International Center.
 

Makeup Examinations for Courses offered at Mita Campus (only for KIP students)

If you miss semester-end examinations for the Spring Semester courses (offered at Mita Campus) held during the examination period due to one of the reasons listed below, you can apply for makeup examinations. 
For the details, please refer to Makeup Examinations for Courses offered at Mita Campus.

Grade Inquiry for courses offered for 2018 Spring Semester (only for KIP students)

Online Academic Grade Report

Online Academic Records for this semester will be available at online grade report system.
User Guide for Accessing Online Academic Records: http://www.gakuji.keio.ac.jp/en/websystem/manu.html

**ATTENTION!!**
Access to the Online Academic Records requires your passwords for "keio.jp". Please make sure to confirm your passwords WHILE YOU ARE IN JAPAN. If you forget your password, please go to ITC Office on Mita campus in person. We CANNOT tell you your password by email or phone.

The data except identifying the individuals such as your name or student ID number will be displayed on the screen of the web system.

Grading System, Grade Point Average (GPA) and Record of Failed Courses

Please refer to http://www.gakuji.keio.ac.jp/academic/shoumei/grading_system.html#anchor06.

Class Cancellation and Makeup Classes

To view class cancellations and makeup classes, click below URL (Academic Affairs Web System).

Academic Affairs Web System
*log in with your keio.jp ID and password.

Class Information (2018 Spring Semester)

No Day Slot Room Instructor Course Title
Note

Info. Date

25 July 19 (Thu) 3 512 SHIRAHARA, Yukiko

Introducationto Japanese Art History
Assignment

June 25, 2018
24 July 9 (Mon) 1 & 2 466→473 KHOJASTEH, Jacob

Japanese Production Management System
This classroom change applies to the makeup classes on July 9th only.

June 25, 2018
23 July 4 (Wed) 3 & 4 422→473 NAKABAYASHI, Masaki

Economic History of Japan B
This classroom change applies to the makeup classes in the 3rd and 4th periods on July 4th only.

Regular classes in the 1st and 2nd periods on July 4th are held in the regular classroom 422 as usual.

June 4, 2018
22 Thursday 3 512 SHIRAHARA, Yukiko

Introduction to Japanese Art History

[To Japanese students (those who I talked to after the lecture on May 31st)]
Owing to cancel a lecture on June 14th, bring the image (or its information) to June 21st class, which you intend to use for your presentation on the 28th.
 
[日本人受講者へ (5月31日の講義後にお話した方へ)]
6月14日休講につき、発表で使用したい画像(もしくはその情報)は6月21日の講義に持参してください。発表は6月28日となります。
June 1, 2018
21 July 7 (Sat) 3 & 4 457→473 SHAULES, Joseph

Deep Culture Difference: Understanding Japan Through Cross-Cultural Comparison
This classroom change applies to the makeup classes on July 7th only.

June 1, 2018
20 July 14 (Sat) 2 437→436 AZUMA, Fumihiko

Japan's Trade Law and Policy
Makeup class in 2nd period is held in Room 436.

Reglar class in 3rd period is held in regular classroom 437.

May 14, 2018
19 June 23 (Sat) 2 437→436 AZUMA, Fumihiko

Japan's Trade Law and Policy
Makeup class in 2nd period is held in Room 436.

Regular class in 3rd period is held in regular classroom 437.

May 14, 2018
18 Wed 2 109→511 TAKEMORI, Shumpei

International Finance B
This classroom change is effective from Wednesday, May 9 onward.

April 27, 2018
17 Thu 4 142B→422 YONGUE, Julia S. Japanese Capitalism and Entrepreneurship (GPP)
This classroom change is effective from Thursday, April 26 onward.
April 23, 2018
16 Wed 1 325B SHIRAI, Miyuri Marketing Data Analysis (GPP)
Students cannot add this course during Course Registration Cofirmation and Modification Period. The instructor has limited the number of students.
April 20, 2018
15 Fri 2 533→142A KURINO, Morimitsu Intermediate Microeconomics 1B
This classroom change is effective from Thursday, April 20 onward.
April 18, 2018
14 Tue 2 412 MORIYOSHI, Noko Consumer Psychology in Global Markets (GPP)
Students cannot add this course during Course Registration Cofirmation and Modification Period. The instructor has limited the number of students.
April 18, 2018
13 April 19 (Thu) 4 142B→473 YONGUE, Julia S.

Japanese Capitalism and Entrepreneurship (GPP)

April 19th ONLY

April 18, 2018
12 Thu 3 107→134 KASHIWAGI, Shigeo

Policy Implications of Globalization in Asia

This classroom change is effective from Thursday, April 19 onward.

April 18, 2018
11 Thu 3 436→512 SHIRAHARA, Yukiko

Introduction to Japanese Art History

This classroom change is effective from Thursday, April 19 onward.

April 18, 2018
10 Thu 2 105→122 HOLLEY, David R.

Journalism in Japan

This classroom change is effective from Thursday, April 19 onward.

April 18, 2018
9 Fri 5 447 CHANDRA, Elizabeth Human Trafficking in South East Asia: Past and Present
Successful applicants list
April 16, 2018
8 Thu 5 413 SHEA, David

Japanese Society and Communication

The selection has been made at the first class.
Successful applicants list

April 13, 2018
7 Thu 2 143D SUZUKI, Rie

Seeking Japanese Culture and Society from a Qualitative Perspective

The selection has been made at the first class.
Successful applicants list

April 13, 2018
6 Mon 5 447 AINGE, Michael

Introduction to Japanese Cinema 1

The selection has been made at the first class.
Successful applicants list

April 12, 2018
5 Tue 3 453 PRESSELLO, Andrea

Japanese Foreign Policy​

The selection has been made at the first class.
Successful applicants list

April 10, 2018
4 Wed 1 & 2 See "Note" on the right NAKABAYASHI, Masaki Economic History of Japan A
<Class Cancellations>
Dates: April 11 (wed), April 18 (Wed), and April 25 (Wed)
Periods: 1st & 2nd periods
 
<Makeup Classes>
Dates & Periods: May 1 (Tue) 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th periods 
                               AND
                         May 2 (Wed) 1st and 2nd periods
Room: 475
April 6, 2018
3 Intensive - 471 OKUBO, Toshihiro et al. Financial Management and Corporate Governance
*Students first need to register for the course, and after the registration is confirmed, PCP office will e-mail the information to the registered students. After receiving the e-mail, please visit the PCP office to pick up the
course material.
April 4, 2018
2 Intensive - 472
*
WEISS, Gregor Applied Finance
* Class will be held at room 473 only on April 12.
April 4, 2018
1 Thu 2 143D SUZUKI, RIE Seeking Japanese Culture and Society from a Qualitative Perspective March 28, 2018

Class Information (2018 Fall Semester)

No Day Slot Room Instructor Course Title
Note

Info. Date

2 Friday 2 533→515 OGAKI, Masao

International Economy and Behavioral Economics B

This classroom change is effective from Friday, September 28th onward.

May 23, 2018
1 Tuesday 1 436→515 OTSU, Keisuke

Macroeconomic Theory (GPP)

This classroom change is effective from Tuesday, September 25th onward.

May 23, 2018

Courses that limit the Number of Students (AY2018)

Course Title Instructor Semester Note
Japanese Linguistics in Sociocultural Context
OKUGAWA,
Ikuko
Spring
2nd half
The number of students in the course is capped at 25. Attendance at the first session is mandatory. If the number of students exceeds the limit, selection will be made by lottery in the first session.
*All the students wishing to register for this course must attend the first class and obtain permission from the instructor. Registration without permission will be deleted.
Introduction to Japanese Cinema 1
AINGE,
Michael W. 
Spring CLASS SIZE IS LIMITED TO APPROXIMATELY 30 STUDENTS. The instructor's permission is required to register; ATTENDANCE at the first session on APRIL 9 is MANDATORY for receiving permission to enroll. IF MORE THAN 30 STUDENTS ATTEND THE FIRST CLASS AND WISH TO REGISTER, A LOTTERY WILL BE DRAWN, and only those granted permission that day will be able to register.
*The selction has been made at the first class. 
Successful applicants list
Human Trafficking in Southeast Asia: 
Past and Present
CHANDRA, Elizabeth Spring This course will be conducted in seminar style, so A MAXIMUM OF 15 STUDENTS WILL BE ADMITTED. To reserve a spot, send email to Professor Chandra <elizabeth.chandra@gmail.com>, after which you will receive a notification of either acceptance or a waitlist status. Only those granted permission will be able to enroll. Students interested in taking the class must attend the first class meeting where a detailed syllabus and the assigned reading for the following week will be distributed. Those unable to attend the first class should contact the instructor beforehand.
*The selction has been made at the first class. Successful applicants list
Japanese Foreign Policy PRESSELLO, Andrea Spring
The maximum number of students who can register for this course is 30. If the number of students who attend the first class and wish to register exceeds 30, a selection will be made by lottery during the first class.
*All the students wishing to register for this course must attend the first class and obtain permission from the instructor. Registration without permission will be deleted.
*The selction has been made at the first class. Successful applicants list 
Seeking Japanese Culture and Society from a Qualitative Perspective SUZUKI, Rie Spring
The number of students for this course is limited to 16. If the number of students who attend the first class and still wish to register for the course exceeds 16, a selection will be made among those and a result notification will be given by the instructor.
Students cannot register for this course without permission.
*The selction has been made at the first class. 
Successful applicants list
Japanese Linguistics in Sociocultural Context
OKUGAWA,
Ikuko
Fall
The number of students in the course is capped at 25. Attendance at the first session is mandatory. If the number of students exceeds the limit, selection will be made by lottery in the first session.
*All the students wishing to register for this course must attend the first class and obtain permission from the instructor. Registration without permission will be deleted.
Japanese Applied Linguistics
OKUGAWA,
Ikuko
Fall
The number of students in the course is capped at 25. Attendance at thefirst session is mandatory. If the number of students exceeds the limit, selection will be made by lottery in the first session.
*All the students wishing to register for this course must attend the first class and obtain permission from the instructor. Registration without permission will be deleted.
The Art of Japanese Garden in Cultural 
and Historical Contexts
NAKORCHEVSKI, Andriy Fall
The number of students for this class is limited to 22.
*Course registration will be made on a "first register, first accepted" basis. All the students wishing to register for this course must attend the first class on Wednesday 26 September and register at the International Exchange Services Group, Office of Student Services, Mita Campus shortly after the first class. First 22 students can register for the course. Registration without the above procedure will be deleted.
Introduction to Japanese Cinema 2
AINGE,
Michael W. 
Fall CLASS SIZE IS LIMITED TO APPROXIMATELY 30 STUDENTS. The instructor's permission is required to register; ATTENDANCE at the first session on Sept. 24 is MANDATORY for receiving permission to enroll. If more than 30 students attend the first class and wish to register, a lottery will be drawn, and only those granted permission will be able to register.
Education in Japan: Issues of Culture,
Social Structure, & Worldview
SHEA, David Fall The number of students will be limited to 20. Because it is offered in Fall semester, all students who register for the course must attend the first class in September and obtain permission from the instructor. If the number of students exceeds the limit, selection will be made according to an essay, with notification by email of acceptance. Registration without permission will be deleted.
Intercultural Communication and Japanese Culture
OKUGAWA,
Ikuko
Fall
The number of students in the course is capped at 45. Attendance at the first session is mandatory. If the number of students exceeds the limit, selection will be made by lottery in the first session.
*All the students wishing to register for this course must attend the first class and obtain permission from the instructor. Registration without permission will be deleted.
Introduction to Japan's History and Culture PRESSELLO, Andrea Fall
The maximum number of students who can register for this course is 30. If the number of students who attend the first class and wish to register exceeds 30, a selection will be made by lottery during the first class.
*All the students wishing to register for this course must attend the first class and obtain permission from the instructor. Registration without permission will be deleted.
Consumer Behavior and Marketing (GPP) SHIRAI, Miyuri Fall
The course limits the number of exchange students to 20.
Attendance at the first class is mandatory.
If the number of exchange students exceeds the limit, selection by lottery will be made by the Office of Student Services.

Form

INDEPENDENT STUDY 1 Application Form (WORD)
INDEPENDENT STUDY 1 Application Form (PDF)

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