Overview (TBC)

Keio University welcomes students from around the world to its new quarter-long Summer Program for academic and cultural learning opportunities in Japan—live in Tokyo, study alongside Keio students, and experience all that Japan has to offer this summer!                  
  • A two-month program (Late May – July) to study and experience life in Japan
  • Offers opportunities to take Keio‘s credit-bearing courses during its second academic quarter
  • For students of Keio's student-exchange partner universities (university-wide)
  • Suitable for undergraduate students                                                                     

Eligibility

Applicants must be enrolled* as full-time students in an undergraduate (bachelor’s level) program at a university that has a student exchange partnership (university-wide) with Keio University and must not be currently studying in Japan. Participants must be fluent in English. No Japanese proficiency is required as all lectures are conducted in English.
* At the time of application and during the Program

English Requirements

TOEFL/PBT: 550, TOEFL/iBT: 79, IELTS: 6.0 or above

Minimum GPA Requirement

2.5 on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent)

Duration

Late May - July, 2018

Location

Mita Campus (Tokyo, Japan)

Application Period

February *tentative
Application Procedure TBA

Program Fee

TBA
* Accommodation not icluded

Courses (TBC):

*Students are required to take a minimum of 4 courses. (*up to 8 courses maximum)
*2 credits per course
*1 credit per Japanese language course
 

<Arts>
- Arts/Art Workshop: Discovering Arts and Culture in Japan

<Business & Economy>
- Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development in  Japan
- Human Resource Management in the Asia Pacific Region
- Japanese Production Management Systems
- Competing in Emerging Asia

<Culture & Cross-cultural Understanding>
- Otaku Culture in Japan and its Transnational Relation
- Crossing Borders: Adapting to Japan and Adapting to the World
- Border Crossings and Japanese Society

<History>
- Historical Memory in East and Southeast Asia

<Law>
- Introduction to Japanese Law

<Media & Communications>
- Journalism in Japan

<Politics, Diplomacy & International Exchange>
- Japanese Foreign Policy

<Religion & Thought>
- Japanese Buddhism and Social Suffering

 

<Japanese Language> *1 credit per course
- Survival Japanese
- Business Japanese

Accommodation

Dormitory rooms are not available. Students are responsible for arranging their own accommodation.

Timeline for Applicants 

TBC

Contact

International Center, Keio University
ic-short-program@adst.keio.ac.jp