International Center e-Bulletin Board

Updated: January 18, 2018

- Semester-end Examination Timetable for 2017 Fall Semester Courses  (updated: January 18, 2018)
- Grade Inquiry for courses offered for Fall semester (only for KIP students) (updated: December 22, 2017)
- Makeup Examinations for courses offered at Mita Campus (only for KIP students)  (updated: December 22, 2017)
- 2017 Fall semester Online Academic Records (updated: December 22, 2017)
- Grading System, Grade Point Average (GPA) and Record of Failed Courses
- 2018 Spring Semester Schedule (for KIP students who will be continuing to 2018 Spring) 
- Class Cancellation and Makeup Classes
- Class Information
- Courses that limit the Number of Students

Course and Other Information (for 2017 FALL KIP students)
http://www.ic.keio.ac.jp/en/study/exchange/courses/KIP2017F.html

International Center Courses Handbook (Correction and Additions)
http://www.ic.keio.ac.jp/en/2017/09/12/doc/International Center Courses Handbook Corrections and Additions.pdf

Semester-end Examination Timetable for 2017 Fall Semester Courses

Semester-end Examination Timetable for 2017 Fall Semester Courses

(updated on January 18, 2018)
"Europe's Encounter with Japan 1543-1859" (by Prof. MASSARELLA)
(before) Submission and Date : As discussed in class.

(after) Submission and Date :Please send your essay to massa[at]tamacc.chuo-u.ac.jp before Thursday 25 January.

Grade Inquiry for courses offered for Fall semester (only for KIP students)

http://www.ic.keio.ac.jp/en/aboutic/aboutcourse/gradeinquiry.html

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

If you miss semester-end examinations for the Fall 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 below.
Makeup Examinations for Courses offered at Mita Campus (only for KIP students)

2017 Fall semester Online Academic Records

Online Academic Records for this semester will be available on and after March 9, 2019.

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.

2018 Spring Semester Schedule (for KIP students who will be continuing to 2018 Spring)

- Classes will start from Saturday, April 7th, 2018.
- For the continuing KIP students, there is no mandatory orientation or interview before the semester starts.
- If you wish to register for Japanese Language Program (JLP) advanced level courses (level 7 or higher), you must take JLP Placement Test on Thursday, March 29, 2018, and be placed into Advanced or Higher Advanced study level. We will notify you the details of the Test later.
- The course syllabus and time table for the 2018 Academic Year are scheduled to become available in March 2018. We will inform you when it becomes available.
- The Course Registration Period is scheduled to be set in the 2nd/3rd week of April, 2018.
- If you are receiving the scholarship, please make sure to check the signing and payment schedule for February/March/April. 

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

No Info Type Day Slot Room Instructor Course Title

Info. Date

20

Classroom Change (Makeup Class) Jan. 20 (Sat) 3 & 4 354→412 MASSARELLA, Derek P. Europe's Encounter with Japan 1543-1859 2017/12/18

19

Classroom Change (Makeup Class) Jan. 20 (Sat) 3 & 4 445→475 UEMURA, Ryotaro Japansese Perceptions of Themselves 2017/12/11
18

Report Assignment

Jan. 12 (Fri)

5 465 ABE, Tadahiro Foreign Relations of Japan 2017/12/04
Click here to see the details.

17

Classroom Change (Makeup Class) Dec. 11 (Mon) 4 132→475 MOGAKI,
Masahiro
Public Policy in Japan (Seminar) 2017/11/17

16

Classroom Change (Makeup Class) Dec. 12 (Tue) 6 344→334 RAESIDE,
James M.
Japan's Postwar through Short Stories 2017/11/7

15

Classroom Change (Makeup Class) Jan. 20 (Sat) 2 & 3 447→437 AINGE,
Michael W.
Introducation to Japanese Cinema 2 2017/10/31
14 Classroom Change (Makeup Class) Jan. 6 (Sat) 3 433→437 YAMADA, Hiroshi Japanese Competition Policy 2017/10/27

Regular class in the 1st period is held in the usual classroom 433.

13 Classroom Change (Makeup Class) Nov. 16 (Thu) 6 423→413 WILLIAMS, Mukesh K. Japan-America Shared Histories 2017/10/27

Regular class in the 5th period is held in the usual classroom 423.

12 Announcement Oct. 20 (Fri) 5 Off Campus NOZAWA, Joji Food and Foodways in Japan 2017/10/17
On Friday the 20th October, we are visiting the Ajinomoto Foundation for Dietary Culture. It has one of the largest libraries in Japan exclusively devoted on food, as well as a small museum offering visitors a glimpse of social trends and lifestyles in the 20th century Japan.
Meeting time:  Directly at the Foundation at 17:00. 
Address:  Ajinomoto Foundation for Dietary Culture
                  3-13-65, Takanawa, Minato-ku, Tokyo
                  http://www.syokubunka.or.jp
Access:  The nearest station is Takanawadai (of Toei-Asakusa line), two stops from  Mita station. 
11 Classroom Change (Makeup Class) Nov. 4 (Sat) 3 433→437 YAMADA, Hiroshi Japanese Competition Policy 2017/10/17

Regular class in the 1st period is held in the usual classroom 433.

10

Classroom Change (Makeup Class) Nov. 21 (Tue) 2 455→446 TOKUNAGA, Tomoko Minorities in Japanese Education 2017/10/17

9

Classroom Change (Makeup Class) Nov. 21 (Tue) 1 455→456 NAKAMURA, Yuji English and English Language Education in East Asia 2017/10/11

8

Classroom Change Wed 5 323→432 OLCOTT, George Globalization and Human Resources Management (GPP) 2017/10/04

7

Classroom Change Wed 3 354→142A NISHIKAWA, Ikuo IFRS Basic (GPP) 2017/10/02

6

Classroom Change Fri 3 515→532 FUKASAKU, Kiichiro International Trade B 2017/10/02

5

Classroom Change Fri 2 515→532 FUKASAKU, Kiichiro International Trade A 2017/10/02

4

Classroom Change Wed 3 423→107 NAKORCHEVSKI, Andriy
 
The Art of Japanese Garden in Cultural and Historical Contexts 2017/09/28
3 Update on schedule  Tue 2 N14
*Hiyoshi Campus
TANIGUCHI, Tomohiko Japanese Politico-Economic Development in Perspective: A Historical Approach 2017/09/27

* This course is for graduate students and are not open to undergraduate students.
This course is held at room N14, 3rd floor, the Collaboration Complex, Hiyoshi campus. For the campus map, please visit https://www.keio.ac.jp/en/maps/hiyoshi.html.

*This course is scheduled to be held from October 10th to December 19th. 
(1)-(2) October 10, 9:00-12:00       (3) October 17, 10:45-12:15              (4)-(5) October 24, 9:00-12:00
(6) October 31, 10:45-12:15           (7) November 7, 10:45-12:15             (8)-(9) November 21, 9:00-12:00
(10) November 28, 10:45-12:15     (11)-(12) December 5, 9:00-12:00     (13)-(14) December 12, 9:00-12:00
(15) December 19, 10:45-12:15  

2

Course Cancel

Thu

5 517 NISHIMURA, Yuko Third World Poverty and Development: Views from Japan and Southeast Asia 2017/09/12
*Due to personal reasons of the instructor, this course has been cancelled.

1

Course Cancel Thu 4 517 NISHIMURA, Yuko Japan's Kami Worship: Where did it come from and where would it go? 2017/09/12
*Due to personal reasons of the instructor, this course has been cancelled.

Courses that limit the Number of Students

SPRING SEMESTER 2017

1. "Children, Youth, and Migration: Everyday Experiences in Japan and Beyond” (by TOKUNAGA/ Tuesday, 5th period)
This course may limit the number of students so please attend the first class.

FALL SEMESTER 2017

1. "Children, Youth, and Migration: Everyday Experiences in Japan and Beyond” (by TOKUNAGA/ Tuesday, 5th period)
This course may limit the number of students so please attend the first class.

2. "The Art of Japanese Garden in Cultural and Historical Contexts” (by NAKORCHEVSKI/ Wednesday, 3rd period)
The number of students for this class is limited to 22.
If the number of applicants exceed the limit, the successful applicants will be selected by drawing lots.

3. "Case Analysis on Management and Strategy of Japanese Corporations" (by MITSUHASHI/ Wednesday 4th period)
* This course is offered to JLP students, KIP students and Short-term international students (excluding Law School students) only.
This course limits the number of students to approximately 30.
Your show-up in the first meeting is mandatory.
If there are more than 30 students in the first class, you will be allowed to take this class via the limited-enrollment lottery.

4. "Corporate Finance in Japan” (by CLANCY/ Tuesday, 2nd period)
The course is limited to 20 students.
If the number of students is above 20 then selection will be by lottery so please only join if you are interested in learning about finance not, for example, because you need the credits.

5. "Consumer Behavior and Marketing" (by SHIRAI / Monday, 1st period) 
If the number of KIP students is above 30 then selection will be by lottery.

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