It is our primary concern that the safety and security of students is taken care of through the overseas offices.
During your study abroad, you are required to attend lectures and to obtain a minimum of ten credits. Academic advisors, together with local advisors at partner universities, offer continuous guidance and maintain regular contact with students via information and communication technology tools. The program will include site visits by advisors while students are studying abroad.
A homestay is a must for your stay during the whole study abroad period. Through this experience, you will learn about local customs, language, and society.
Students are expected to work as interns at either local Japanese companies or government-affiliated organizations during their vacation period in order to gain real life experience.
Some students may participate in the Student Exchange Nippon Discovery Program (SEND) of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology. SEND introduces Japanese culture and language to local people. Participation in SEND, as well as internships, will contribute towards the credits needed for your degree.
The university’s career support systems are available to help students explore their career options, find jobs at private companies, continue their education in doctoral programs, etc.