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English based undergraduate degree program for 2019 September Entry.
Please be informed that the English program for 2019 September Entry is released.
you can download each guidelines from the URL below.
School of Political Science and Economics
School of Social Sciences
School of Culture, Media and Scoiety
To be Announced.
School of International Liberal Stuides
To be Announced.
Faculty of Science and Engineering
In the 2017 academic year, Waseda University’s School of Culture, Media and Society will establish a new English-based degree program, the Global Studies in Japanese Cultures Program, to train specialists in Japanese culture who will spread their knowledge to the rest of the world.
The new program will admit up to fifteen Japanese students and fifteen international students as part of the School of Culture, Media and Society’s Transcultural Studies Major. Japanese students will complete their graduation requirements through English-based coursework. The program does not require international students to have Japanese proficiency upon admission, but international students will study Japanese language while completing the program’s English-based coursework.
Students will conduct research on Japanese culture, and as part of the School of Culture, Media and Society, will engage in broad, interdisciplinary studies.
The program will prepare students to discuss and present their findings and research.