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东京都 / 私立
【Showa Women's University】
Infomation for international prospective students.
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Our "Open Campus" will be held on the following dates!
Mar. 26: Canceled
Jun. 21: 10:00-15:00
Jul. 19: 10:00-15:00
Aug. 22 & 23: 10:00-15:00
Dec. 12: 13:30-17:00
Specifically, please check the site of "General Entrance Examination for International Students".
Due to the spread of COVID-19 infection, the entrance examination requirements and contents of the "Open Campus" may be partially changed.
If we change it, we will notify you on the entrance examination information site of the university, so please be sure to check it.
The Faculty of International Humanities is comprised of the Department of English Language and Communication and the Department of International Studies. In the Department of English Language and Communication, study abroad at Showa Boston is mandatory, and students are urged to combine their study abroad in Boston with further studies at other approved study abroad destinations, with locations in the United States and around the globe. In the Department of International Studies, students aim to learn an additional language (French, German, Spanish, Chinese, or Korean) beyond English, with all students experiencing different cultures around the world through study abroad. Both departments aim to provide students with high-level language and communicative abilities, with major and minor courses emphasizing use of language for the development of specialized skills.
Our overseas campus, Showa Boston
Study abroad in Boston is mandatory all students in the Faculty
Study English and another language (French, German, Spanish, Chinese, or Korean)
In this department, all students study for a half year or more at Showa Boston, our overseas campus, and aim to progressively improve their English language skills.
In small-sized, focused classes, students will study to comprehensively improve in the 4 language skills of reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Their experiences of other cultures in the United States provide them with a global perspective, helping them acquire the communication skills for excelling is international society.
Student choose a major in line with their interests and career plans for focused study from the 5 fields of English and American Literature and Culture, English Linguistics, Teaching English, Media Communication and Business Communication.
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Students aim to learn an additional language (French, German, Spanish, Chinese, or Korean) beyond English, with all students experiencing different cultures around the world through study abroad.
Apart from language studies, students focus on a specialization from among International Society and Multicultural Studies, Regional Studies, Japan Studies, and International and Regional Cooperation . These studies will help students cultivate the ability to use multifaceted approaches for succeeding and fully participating in our increasingly-complex global society.
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