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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.
Our campus is full of greenery where you can enjoy vibrant student activities and also get involved in local Japanese life. Students will meet each other through the freshmen orientation in April. This should be a great opportunity to make new friends. Various support for your studies and lifestyle are available. In addition, there are many events and activities on campus such as the Yukata Festival (people wear a special summertime kimono during this festival). Students can make their campus life more enjoyable by participating in such social activities.
All successful applicants will be eligible to stay in the Ikenoue Student Dormitory for their first two years of study.
Ikenoue Student Dormitory （Higashi-Hiroshima City, Kagamiyama 2-812-62）
Ikenoue was founded for the dual purpose of providing appropriate housing to students and giving students the chance to experience student life as a responsible adult. To promote mutual understanding and international exchange, accommodations in the dormitory are offered to both Japanese and international students. Rent ranges from ¥4,700 to ¥15,000 per month, depending on the room type. From students’ third year, there will be help available when they move to private apartments. Most apartments include a kitchen, bath, and bathroom, and rent ranges from ¥20,000 to ¥50,000 per month, depending on the size of the apartment. The co-op shop on campus is also a good place to search for an apartment.
The Department of Integrated Global Studies (IGS) offer partial scholarship opportunities to international students enrolled in IGS bachelor’s program to help student succeed academically.
All these scholarship programs are offered to students who do not have Japanese nationality and will enter Japan with a valid “Ryugaku” student visa. Some scholarships are not available for those who already live or study in Japan as international students.
This is Elahe! I am a first-year student in IGS and I am Iranian.
I truly believe that many of you want to make a change in our world, like me and my other IGS fellows. If you are interested in subjects such as cultural studies, human rights, peace building and environment, IGS is the best option for you. One of many great advantages of IGS is that you can study a wide range of topics.
I always thought that college life is going to be a very nice time in one’s life. But what I experienced in IGS was much greater and better than my expectations. And now I am so happy and grateful to be a part of it.
IGS is an international family. The atmosphere here is very supportive, friendly and warm. You can easily make great friendships with all other fellows and of course, staff members. So, I can assure you that you will feel like at home here, and you will find an awesomely kind family.
I really hope that you join our family one day. And I can’t wait to see you here. Let’s make
great memories together!
I know you all have many great goals and dreams, and I wish you the very best.