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Applications for the E-Track Program’s 2017 Fall intake at Tokyo International University are coming soon!
Application Period: April 7 – April 21, 2017
For all applicants both residing in and outside Japan.
Please read the Application Guideline carefully before you apply.
Application Guideline: http://www.tiu.ac.jp/english/etrack/asset/docs/Application_Guideline_2017_1.pdf
Online application: https://tiu.applyjapan.com/
If you have any questions regarding the application process or Tokyo International University, we would be more than happy to assist you !
TIU E-Track is an English-based degree seeking program that offers two majors: "Business Economics" and "International Relations." In this program, students are able to earn all the credits in English while learning practical Japanese language, and get a Bachelor of Arts degree in four years.
There are two intakes per year. Applicants can choose and apply for enrollment either in early April or September.
TIU provides a wide range of Study Abroad Programs, including the four-month American Studies Program（ASP) in cooperation with Willamette University in Oregon, one- or two-year Long Term Study Abroad Programs and ISEP Study Abroad Programs. We have the right kind of study abroad program for any student.
Students joining the E-Track Program from Spring 2017 and onward will be required to take 16 credits of Japanese Language Courses for graduation. Fluency in Japanese is a must when seeking employment in Japan, and it is highly beneficial for employment at Japanese companies outside of Japan. Credits earned in Japanese language courses count towards elective courses.
The Business Economics Major focuses on developing skills in theoretical and empirical analysis of Economics as well as how to apply them to analyze practical aspects of business. These features provide students with fundamental knowledge and skills of economic analysis and strategic way of thinking critical to success in the real world.
The International Relations Major explores international cooperation and conflict, poverty and development, the nature and causes of war as well as other international issues. Students will develop the ability to grasp the causes of problems and explore their solutions, which are essential components for taking a leadership role in this global era.
The Japan Studies Program (JSP) is a study abroad program for those currently enrolled at universities abroad and who would like to study at TIU for one or two semesters. The main purpose of the program is to acquire communicative competence in Japanese. The JSP also features four-credit elective courses which focus on themes like Japanese Society, History and Politics in English.