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INTERNATIONALIZATION OF JAPANESE UNIVERSITIES

Japan Times
JAPAN / Internationalization of Japanese Universities
Oct 22, 2018
Government aims for 300,000 international students
Japanese universities are racing to attract international students to raise competitiveness among their ranks, as well as their global counterparts. The government is also taking steps to help them.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Internationalization of Japanese Universities
Oct 22, 2018
Diverse options reflect Sophia University's global origins
Fulfilling the vision of the Jesuit missionary St. Francis Xavier, who visited Japan in 1549, Sophia University was founded in 1913 in Tokyo by three Jesuit priests, Joseph Dahlmann from Germany, Henri Boucher from France and James Rockliff from the U.K.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Internationalization of Japanese Universities
Oct 22, 2018
Toyo's 'education to all' policy upholds universal agenda
Toyo University was founded by philosopher Enryo Inoue in 1887 as Shiritsu Tetsugakukan (private academy of philosophy) to provide education in diverse fields based on philosophy.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Internationalization of Japanese Universities
Oct 22, 2018
Executive MBA grads discuss Hitotsubashi's strengths
Developing "captains of industry" has been the mission of Hitotsubashi University since its founding in 1875. The university's School of International Corporate Strategy (Hitotsubashi ICS), established in 2000 as the first professional business school in Japan, serves in that tradition in delivering...
Japan Times
JAPAN / Internationalization of Japanese Universities
Oct 22, 2018
Waseda's focus on diversity nurtures compassion, mutual respect
Japan often calls itself a shimaguni, or an island country. This is not only due to its physical landscape but it also incorporates the notion of the nation being culturally and ethnically homogeneous. Moreover, Japaneseness, including the ability to read between the lines, is an attribute innate to...
Japan Times
JAPAN / Internationalization of Japanese Universities
Oct 22, 2018
Keio courses in English equip global citizens
Since its establishment in 1858, Keio University has been producing people with innovative minds and the leadership qualities needed to contribute to the development of Japan and be active on the global stage in all areas.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Internationalization of Japanese Universities
Oct 22, 2018
Meiji program empowers cultural connections
The English Track program at The School of Global Japanese Studies at Meiji University is an English-based bachelor's degree program that has been offering students from around the world the unique opportunity to explore a wide range of intellectual interests, improve their Japanese language ability...
Japan Times
JAPAN / Internationalization of Japanese Universities
Oct 22, 2018
Degrees with an international approach
Rikkyo University has various opportunities that offer degrees where all the classes are taught in English.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Internationalization of Japanese Universities
Oct 22, 2018
Master's programs with an international edge
The International University of Japan (IUJ) is one of few Japanese universities that offers all courses in English.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Internationalization of Japanese Universities
Oct 22, 2018
TESOL master's program for working teachers
The Master's Program in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) at Kanda University of International Studies' Graduate School of Language Sciences (Tokyo Campus) is a unique opportunity for English teachers in Japan.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Internationalization of Japanese Universities
Oct 22, 2018
McGill MBA boasts top-tier global ranking
The McGill MBA Japan Program is based on the Integrative MBA offered by McGill University's Desautels Faculty of Management in Montreal.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Internationalization of Japanese Universities
Oct 22, 2018
Diverse workforce 'key for survival' in evolving industry
For Money Forward Inc., one of Japan's top financial technology pioneers, a diverse workforce is key for survival in the rapidly evolving industry and international students are most welcome to become part of it, the company's recruitment officer Arina Doe said.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Internationalization of Japanese Universities
Oct 22, 2018
Foreign graduates bring huge benefits to workforce
As Japan becomes increasingly globalized, so does its workforce.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Internationalization of Japanese Universities
Oct 22, 2018
Changing practices increase options for foreign students
The number of Japanese universities offering undergraduate and postgraduate courses that can be completed totally or partially in English is increasing every year.
JAPAN / Internationalization of Japanese Universities
Oct 22, 2018
Range of scholarships available for international students
There are a variety of scholarships for undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered in English at Japanese universities (as well as an international university's Japanese program) that appear in this supplement.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Internationalization of Japanese Universities
Oct 22, 2018
Timing ripe for pursuing higher education in Japan
There they go, gliding through conversations in flawless Japanese with ease, catching the locals' jokes, even making their own. It all seemed so effortless for them and there I was, struggling away trying to string together a semi-coherent sentence. Just as I had aligned all that tricky grammar into...
Japan Times
JAPAN / Internationalization of Japanese Universities
Oct 22, 2018
Voices from 10 students and recent graduates
In an increasingly globalized world, going abroad for higher education is becoming more common. Here, 10 students and recent graduates of Japanese universities share their experiences with English-heavy degree programs.

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