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Hitotsubashi University Exchange

In this program, you will directly enroll in courses at Hitotsubashi University in western Tokyo. Hitotsubashi University is the only university in Japan to specialize exclusively in the humanities and social sciences. Since its foundation in 1875, Hitotsubashi has been at the forefront of Japan’s innovation. It has been a powerhouse for generations of Japan’s globally active business leaders as well as a research hub producing cutting-edge research in the global academic network of the social sciences. Currently, Hitotsubashi has approximately 4,400 undergraduate students, of which more than...

Senshu University Exchange

Studying at Senshu University offers the opportunity to rapidly improve your Japanese language skills and experience Japanese culture. You will study and live alongside exchange students from all over the world, as well as local Japanese students. In this international environment, you will learn not only about Japanese culture, but will also be exposed to the cultures of your fellow students. The Japanese Language and Culture program is available in summer or winter term, and Japanese Business, Culture & History and Japanese Language program is available in fall term. In addition to...

Meiji University Exchange

Engage in a total immersion experience at a large Japanese university. This program is ideal for students with strong Japanese language skills who are independent and adaptable. You will live in the dynamic city of Tokyo and take upper-division coursework in your major or minor. The University of Oregon sends two to four students per year on this program. With more than 30,000 students, Meiji has a large number of classes, student activities, and facilities, including a manga and anime library. Meiji University has three campuses within Tokyo (Nakano, Surugadai, and Izumi) and a fourth campus...

Meiji Architecture Exchange

Study architecture in Tokyo, Japan at Meiji University, one of the most prominent private institutions in the Japan. Immerse yourself in the dynamic city of Tokyo as you study architecture and urban design. Up to four University of Oregon students may participate in this program per year. The most populous city in the world, Tokyo has a global influence on par with cities such as New York, London, and Paris. Despite being a modern metropolis, Tokyo remains rich in culture; one is just as likely to see temples and shrines throughout the city as major skyscrapers. Graduate students : Graduate...

Japan Women’s University Exchange

Engage in a total immersion experience at a Japanese women’s university in the dynamic city of Tokyo. With fewer than 50 international students out of a university of 6,000 students, you will be fully immersed in Japanese culture. Japan Women’s University (JWU), ranked among the top private universities in Japan, has been a pioneering force in higher education for women in Japan for the past century. There are two campuses: the Mejiro campus and the Nishi-Ikuta campus. The Mejiro campus is located in a relatively quiet area in the center of Tokyo between Shinjuku and Ikebukuro. The Nishi-...

Waseda University Exchange

Waseda University is a private university located in the heart of Tokyo. Consistently ranked as one of the best universities in Japan, Waseda has produced many of the nation’s top minds, including seven Japanese Prime Ministers and CEOs for Sony, Honda, Toshiba, Fujitsu, and UNIQLO. A large international university, Waseda has more than 54,000 students, 5,000 of which are international students from more than 90 countries. Being at a large university means there are many opportunities and resources available to you, such as numerous student clubs, and the International Communication Center,...

Hokkaido University Exchange

Enroll in classes at Hokkaido University, one of the largest and most prestigious universities in Japan. Hokkaido University offers a broad-based educational experience, world-class research facilities, and all the attractions of living in the cosmopolitan city of Sapporo. With a student body of around 20,000 students, Hokkaido offers abundant opportunities for international students to participate in the many activities available on campus. There are over 250 clubs and societies to choose from, providing numerous opportunities to connect with local Japanese students and other international...

Akita International University Exchange

In this program, you will directly enroll in courses at Akita International University (AIU), a small, liberal arts university located in Akita prefecture in the Tohoku region of northern Japan. With a total enrollment of around 800 students, classes at AIU are small and interactive so you can build relationships with your professors and classmates – from Japan and around the world. A truly international university, AIU is a welcoming environment for students who may not have previous experience in Asia or with Japanese language. All content classes at AIU are taught in English, allowing you...

Osaka University Exchange

In this program, you will directly enroll in classes at Osaka University, one of Japan’s leading national universities. Choose from one of four different exchange program emphases to craft the experience that best meets your needs. As an exchange student, you may have the option to take classes in English or in Japanese, as long as you meet Osaka University’s language proficiency requirements. Osaka University has 22,000 students and three campuses in northern Osaka: Suita, Toyonaka, and Minoh, all of which are just outside the city center. The university provides a free shuttle bus service...

Tohoku University Exchange

In this exchange program, directly enroll in classes at Tohoku University in Sendai, Japan. Tohoku University is a major hub for research and STEM studies with 18,000 students and 2,900 international students. You can choose from four different programs that offer coursework in the sciences, social sciences, and more. Some programs offer classes taught in English, while other programs require Japanese proficiency, as the classes are taught in Japanese. Research opportunities are also available. The university has five campuses in a city of 1 million people. Tohoku University has over 300...

Nagoya University Exchange

In this exchange program, you will directly enroll in classes at Nagoya University. Nagoya University was established in 1939 as Japan’s seventh imperial university, and has since developed into the pre-eminent university in the Chubu region. Approximately 16,500 students are enrolled at the university, 2,400 of whom form a lively international community. The Nagoya University Program for Academic Exchange (NUPACE) offers a unique curriculum consisting of Japanese language instruction, Japan area/intercultural studies, and over 1,000 courses in various fields of study taught in English. A...
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