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Rikkyo University will introduce the new on-line application system in the entrance examination for international students for the academic year 2018/19.

The on-line application period for the admission in the academic year 2018/19 (for the selection by paper screening) is from Thursday, November 2, to Friday, November 17. The interested applicants are advised to check on the link below for submitting their applications.

The applicants are required to submit the additional documents by mail before the deadline of Wednesday, November 22, after they finish the on-line application. Please note that the on-line application itself does not complete the entire application procedure.

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English+1-Fostering Ability in Several Foreign Languages

Students will acquire a working knowledge of English and one other foreign language (German, French, Spanish, Chinese, or Korean) and will build on that knowledge to study the globalized world of the 21st century and its newly emerging social problems from the perspectives of language, communication, and culture.

Registered international students (by year)

United States of America6
Hong Kong4
Department of Intercultural Communication

Students will develop their ability to use multiple languages, including English, as well as logical thinking skills and cultural understandings through diverse opportunities, including study abroad programs which all students, in principle, conduct in their second year. Simultaneously, they will deepen their understanding of the Japanese language and culture, and cultivate their ability to express themselves accurately and think logically.

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