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【HOSEI University】HOSEI Short-term Scholarship Program for High School Students (HOSEI-SSP)

HOSEI Short-term Scholarship Program for High School Students (HOSEI-SSP) will be held on December 5 to December 9, 2017.

We invite you to join HOSEI-SSP, an exciting and unique study abroad experience at HOSEI University, an international university in Tokyo, Japan. High school students from 7 countries in Asia (Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam) who graduate from and enter college in 2018, 2019 or 2020 are welcome to apply. You can get scholarship!

For more information: http://www.hosei.ac.jp/english/NEWS/2017/170710.html

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Nurturing truly international individuals with advanced English ability and an interdisciplinary education

In our modern age, globalization is occurring on several fronts. The various problems faced by society transcend borders and regions, and require an approach that is on a worldwide scale. In the Faculty of Global and Interdisciplinary Studies (GIS), we aim to analyze and devise solutions for the issues surrounding the contemporary and diverse cultural and societal phenomena facing our world. To achieve this, we must be able to bridge diverse regions across the world, and be able to collect and disseminate information among them. The GIS programs trains such capable individuals, giving them an interdisciplinary education that transcends academic boundaries, as well as advanced English language skills that can be used a tool for collecting and sharing information. Through the project of Japan's Ministry of Education for the "Promotion of Global Human Resource Development" the GIS program is also contributing to the overall internationalization of Hosei University. Furthermore, through support for initiatives such as fall admissions to allow undergraduates to continue their studies at graduate schools abroad, we are promoting increased globalization in education and nurturing independent, people-oriented individuals who can excel on the international stage.

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Department of Global and Interdisciplinary Studies

This department emphasizes small class sizes and an immersive English-language classroom environment, from discussions to essay writing. We train truly international individuals with interdisciplinary knowledge and world-class English skills.

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