The International Division offers the following three subject groups as programs for developing human resources who can play an active role in today's globalized society. In addition to courses that enable international and Japanese students to study together in English and cultivate an international mindset, we also offer a number of courses designed for international students to improve Japanese language skills and understanding.
This is a group of courses designed to cultivate a global perspective and experience. Both Japanese and international students study in English and can develop an international perspective in the classroom.
In addition to the "Global Frontier" courses, which consist of modules in eight specialized fields of study, the Global Courses Group includes "Skill Up for Studying Abroad" courses which help students improve their language skills and prepare for study abroad.
These lectures are given in English and ideal for students who are considering or have completed study abroad. For more information on Global Courses, please see here.
This is a group of courses for international students. Courses, aimed at improving Japanese language skills, include to learn about Japan, Japanese society and career design.
*Courses available differ depending on the status of enrollment, such as regular international student, exchange student, etc.
There are "Readiness Lectures" to learn basic theories necessary for international cooperation activities, "Practical Training Courses," in which students participate in international cooperation volunteer activities during long holidays, and "Follow-up Lectures" for after participating in volunteer activities are arranged. Please see here for more details about Social Cooperation Course Group.
The "International Education Support Team" is established to support the promotion of global education at university.
Staff members with expertise in international education provide consulting services on class design for faculty members and holds FD workshops to improve and enhance class content and methods.
We support the provision of diverse class designs, including support for COIL (Collaborative Online International Learning), which allows students to take classes remotely with students at overseas universities.