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【Hiroshima University】Join us for IGS Online Information Session
We would like to invite you to our online sessions for Integrated Global Studies (IGS), a four-year undergraduate program taught in English. Hiroshima University is a national university, located in Hiroshima prefecture, southwestern part of Japan. It was founded in 1949 and currently has 12 schools and 4 graduate schools. IGS was established in 2018, affiliated in the School of Integrated Arts & Sciences. The program covers a wide range of study areas including humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. Interdisciplinary learning and a student-centered curriculum are also unique features of the program.
We are planning to hold online information sessions in July and August as indicated below:
1. July 3 (Saturday) Noon - 1:00 pm JST (3:00 am-4:00 am GMT)
2. July 9 (Friday), 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm JST (8:00 am-9:00 am GMT)
3. August 2 (Monday), 10:00 am -11:00 am JST (1:00 pm-2:00 pm GMT)
Since all sessions are open to public, anyone is welcomed. IGS faculty members and a student will tell you about the program, scholarships, student life, and future career. If you are interested in pursuing a degree in Japan and exploring potential universities to achieve your goal, join us!
Please register first and then you will receive the Zoom meeting information to attend the session.
The Department of Integrated Global Studies (IGS) provides a liberal arts curriculum to develop a diverse approach to exploring and solving current global issues by utilizing an integrative perspective incorporating humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. Consequently, knowledge and skills learnt through the curriculum should guide students to the exploration of and possible solutions to issues that modern society is currently facing around the globe.
1. Full-time 4-year undergraduate program taught in English.
2. Language competence: Students will be competent in English and Japanese.
3. Interdisciplinary arts and sciences education: Students will have a wider perspective when solving problems related global issues in society.
4. Integrative perspectives and cooperative skills: Students will be able to think beyond nationality, region, religion, culture, and language.
5. Careers after graduation: Students will be ready to work in Japan or abroad, or pursue academic careers at graduate schools.
“Everything that I thought was obvious or normal, wasn’t really obvious or normal.” That’s what Japan taught me when I came here as an exchange student from Germany many years ago. New discoveries in the world start from questioning your own beliefs and opinions. All of you who are curious about the world, why don’t you come to IGS? Let us build the capacity to search for new ways of thinking, to connect with other people, to think in an integrative manner and to imagine the world together in order to start acting! (Carolin Funck)