International Center e-Bulletin Board

Updated: September 12, 2019

- Courses that limit the Number of Students
- Form (Independent Study Application Form etc.)
 

Course and Other Information (for 2019 Fall KIP students) (updated: September 5)
http://www.ic.keio.ac.jp/en/study/exchange/courses/KIP2019F.html

 

Grade Inquiry for Courses Offered for 2019 Spring Semester (only for KIP Students)

For details, please refer to below:
http://www.ic.keio.ac.jp/en/aboutic/aboutcourse/gradeinquiry.html

Course Registration

Course Registration Period
September 26 (Thu), 1:00pm – October 1 (Tue), 11:00am
- Register all the courses you wish to take in the Fall Semester during this period (including Second-Half-Semester courses).
- Submit your registration via the Academic Affairs Web System

Student Commuter Pass for Commutes to Other Campuses

Students can purchase a student commuter pass to travel to a campus they are not affiliated to in order to take courses.
For the details, please refer tothe following link.
http://www.gakuji.keio.ac.jp/en/shomei/pass.html

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.

 

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 (2019 Fall Semester)

No Day Slot Room Instructor Course Title
Note

Info. Date

1 September 25 (Wed) 4 463 MOGAKI, Masahiro

Public Policy in Japan (Seminar)

Although I would like to accept all the students interested in the course, the rapidly increasing number of students presents a difficulty to reconcile with the focus of this course: seminars. Therefore,
 
(1) I would like to ask you to attend the first session of the course - Wed 25 Sep 4th Period @ Room 463, South School Building -, if you are interested in this course. This is partly because I would like you to understand what is up to in the course, and partly because I would like to undertake a quiz; if you are interested in the course and have an unavoidable difficulty to come to the first session, you are kindly requested to e-mail me [ masahiro.mogaki@keio.jp ].
 
(2) I will ask you to take a 15 min quiz, in which you answer the following simple question:
       Explain the challenge to public policy in either your home country, or Japan.
 
If the number of students is too large, e.g. 30, I will select those with inspiring viewpoints referring to the answer to the quiz.
Please do not hesitate contacting me if you have anything unclear.
Your kind understanding would be greatly appreciated.
Sept. 12, 2019

Courses that limit the Number of Students (AY2019)

Course Title Instructor Semester Note
Introduction to Japanese Cinema 2 AINGE, Michael Fall CLASS SIZE IS LIMITED TO 30 STUDENTS. My permission is required to register; ATTENDANCE at the first session on Sept. 23 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.
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 enrollment exceeds the limit, selection among eligible students will be made by the instructor.
*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.
Sociolinguistic Issues and Modern Japanese SUZUKI, Rie Fall The number of students for this course is limited to 15. If the number of students who attend the first class and still wish to register for the course exceeds 15, 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.
Japanese Applied Linguistics OKUGAWA, Ikuko Fall
The number of students in the course is capped at 25. Attendance at the first session is mandatory. If enrollment exceeds the limit, selection among eligible students will be made by the instructor.
*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 Buddhism and Social Suffering
WATTS, Jonathan Fall The number of students in the course is capped at 50. 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.
The Art of Japanese Garden in Cultural and Historical Contexts NAKORCHEVSKI, Andriy Fall The number of students for this class is limited to 20. All the students wishing to register for this course must attend the first class and register at the International Exchange Services Group, Office of Student Services, Mita Campus shortly after it. If the number of students exceeds the limit, selection will be made by the drawing. Registration without the above procedure will be deleted.
Commodifying Women in South East Asia
CHANDRA, Elizabeth Fall 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 course must attend the first class meeting where a detailed syllabus and the first assigned reading will be distributed. Those unable to attend the first class should contact the instructor beforehand.
Food and Foodways in Japan NOZAWA, Joji Fall The maximum number of students who may register for the course is 50. If the number of applicants has topped the quota, a selection will be made in the first class through a short essay.
Seeing Japanese Culture and Society from a Qualitative Perspective SUZUKI, Rie Fall 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.
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 enrollment exceeds the limit, selection among eligible students will be made by the instructor.
*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.
An Introduction to Japanese History: Surveying Japan's Pre-Modern Past KURASHIGE, Jeffrey Fall Class size will be limited to 25 students PER SEMESTER. The class will be “built” around discussion of the required readings, so a limited class size will enable all students to participate. If the number of interested students exceeds the limit, selection will be made according to a short "essay" and lottery, with notification by email of acceptance. Registration without permission will be deleted. Attendance at the first session is therefore mandatory. In order that all interested students will be able to take the course, this class will be repeated in the same form during the Fall semester for those students who are unable to enroll during the Spring.
Education in Japan: Issues of Culture, Social Structure, & Worldview SHEA, David Fall The course will be organized as an interactive seminar, with a lot of discussion and feedback. Consequently, the number of students will be limited to 20 to allow everyone a chance to participate. 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.
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.
Cultural Presuppositions in Japanese Communication SUZUKI, Rie Fall The number of students for this course is limited to 30. If the number of students who attend the first class and still wish to register for the course exceeds 30, 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.
Gold, Land, and Blood: (Seminar) An Introduction to the Economic History of Medieval Japan KURASHIGE, Jeffrey Fall Class size will be limited to 20 students PER SEMESTER. The class will be “built” around discussion of the required readings, so a limited class size will enable all students to participate. If the number of interested students exceeds the limit, selection will be made according to a short "essay" and lottery, with notification by email of acceptance. Registration without permission will be deleted. Attendance at the first session is therefore mandatory.
Innovative Technologies for Japan's Aging Society URAKAMI, Jacqueline Fall Class size is limited to 30 students. The Instructor’s permission is required to register. 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.

 

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