帝京大学帝京大学

Department of Global
Japanese Studies

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Department of Global Japanese Studies Will be established in April 2022 150 maximum number[ 100 Japanese Students / 50 International Students ]Department of Global Japanese Studies Will be established in April 2022 150 maximum number[ 100 Japanese Students / 50 International Students ]

The new Department of Global
Japanese Studies is promoting
"Japan in the World".

We nurture global citizens with a high level of proficiency in foreign languages and an understanding of
Japan’s position in the world and issues affecting the international community.

Understanding
other cultures

Global Japanese Studies

Understanding and promoting
"Japan in the World"

A global
cross-cultural
society

Collaborative
Learning

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The Department

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FEATURESFEATURES 学びの特色

The Four Distinctive Features
of the Department

0101 "Language and Culture Exchange Program"
designed for all students

In the first semester of the second year, international students will have the opportunity to study at a Japanese national university outside of Tokyo, either at Shimane University in Matue city or Shiga University in Hikone city. As part of the Program, international students will not only learn Japanese language but also experience the diversity of Japanese regional cultures and local industries. Meanwhile all Japanese students will study abroad to improve their English ability at one of Teikyo University's many partner academic institutions.

POINT 1POINT 1

0202 Collaborative Learning to
understand other cultures

From the first year to the fourth year, students will take part in small-group seminars where Japanese and international students work together, communicating in Japanese and English, to develop an understanding of other cultures.

POINT 2POINT 2

0303 Understanding and promoting
"Japan in the World"

The Department offers comprehensive courses that allow students to understand Japan from different global perspectives. Students explore their own research themes, study the issues facing the global community and develop the ability to solve these issues.

POINT 3POINT 3

0404 Enhancing communication skills through intensive language learning

In the first year, international students will be expected to attend fundamental Japanese language courses every weekday. In the second year, students will improve their proficiency through the "Language and Culture Exchange Program". These two years will be subsequently followed by applied and advanced Japanese language courses that further enhance the students' language skills.

POINT 4POINT 4

SCHEDULESCHEDULE 4年間の学びの流れ

Global Japanese studies' four-year program

  • 1st Year

    Students learn the basics in the
    Global Japanese Studies program.


    Seminar on Life Design I, II

    Introduction to Global Japanese Studies I, II

    Japanese Culture

    Japanese Society

    Economy and Business Management of Japan

    Japanese Studies in the World, etc.

  • 2nd Year

    Students learn about
    and tackle the issues facing the global community.


    Cross-Cultural Understanding Practice
    [Language and Culture Exchange Program]

    Understanding International Society

    Peace and Conflict

    Immigration and Refugees

    Population, Food Supply and Energy, etc.

  • 3rd & 4th Year

    Students explore specialized
    fields of the Global Japanese Studies program and apply them in the global community.


    Cross-Cultural Society I, II

    Global Japanese Studies Seminar I, II

    Japanese Food Culture I, II

    Senior Seminar I, II, etc.

Systematic Language Study International students learn Japanese while Japanese students learn English.

Fundamental English I-X

Fundamental Japanese I-X

Applied English I-IV

Applied Japanese I-IV

Advanced English I-VI

Advanced Japanese I-VI

Language Practice [Language and Culture Exchange Program]

CAMPUSCAMPUS 八王子キャンパス

The Hachioji Campus offers
useful facilities and support
for international students.

SORATIO SQUARE (ソラティオスクエア)SORATIO SQUARE (ソラティオスクエア)
SORATIO SQUARE (ソラティオスクエア)

SORATIO SQUARE, a 22-story skyscraper with 2 underground stories, has various student facilities.

OUCHI COMMONS (オウチコモンズ)OUCHI COMMONS (オウチコモンズ)
OUCHI COMMONS (オウチコモンズ)

Newly opened in April 2021, OUCHI COMMONS provides a communication space for Japanese and international students in a cosy Japanese-style room. Various international events are held in this “home away from home”.

ACT3 (アクトスリー)ACT3 (アクトスリー)
ACT3 (アクトスリー)

ACT 3 is a free-study and inspiration space containing rolled paper and whiteboards to encourage students to share their ideas and stimulate their imagination.

Telaco (Teikyo Language Commons)(テラコ)Telaco (Teikyo Language Commons)(テラコ)
Telaco (Teikyo Language Commons)(テラコ)

Native teachers are on hand to talk to students and help them to increase their language level and global understanding at Telaco (Teikyo Language Commons).

Telaco

OUCHI COMMONS

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TUITIONTUITION 学費

Tuition for studying at the Department
of Global Japanese Studies

As a part of curriculum, all students are required to participate in the "Language and Culture Exchange Program" for which additional fees will be required. Japanese students will study in the U.K., Australia, New Zealand, The Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam or Cambodia, meanwhile international students will study at Shimane University or Shiga University in Japan.

(JPY)

Entrance Tuition Fees
(paid at the start of the course only)
Teaching Tuition
(per semester)
Facility Fees
(per semester)
Laboratory Fees
(per semester)
Library Subscription
(per semester)
Student Injury Insurance
(paid at the start of the course only)※1
Supporters' Association joining fee
(paid at the start of the course only)
Supporters' Association fee
(per semester)
263,000 819,000
(409,500)
228,000
(114,000)
22,000
(11,000)
4,660 5,000 10,000
(5,000)
Total Entrance Fees
※2
Total Fees for the Second Semester
812,160 539,500
Total Fees for the
First Year ※3
1,351,660
  • ※1 Liability Insurance and "Gakkensai" is included in the Student Injury Insurance.
    Insurance costs are subject to change.
  • ※2 Total Entrance Fees includes fees paid at the start of the course and those for the first semester only.
    Students are notified of fees for the second semester once the course has started.
  • ※3 Fees must be paid even in case of temporary absence or repeating a year.

(円)

Entrance Tuition Fees
(paid at the start of the course only)
263,000
Teaching Tuition
(per semester)
819,000(409,500)
Facility Fees
(per semester)
228,000(114,000)
Laboratory Fees
(per semester)
Library Subscription
(per semester)
22,000(11,000)
Student Injury Insurance
(paid at the start of the course only)※1
4,660
Supporters' Association joining fee
(paid at the start of the course only)
5,000
Supporters' Association fee
(per semester)
10,000(5,000)
Total Entrance Fees ※2812,160
Total Fees for the Second Semester539,500
Total Fees for the First Year※31,351,660
  • ※1 Liability Insurance and "Gakkensai" is included in the Student Injury Insurance.
    Insurance costs are subject to change.
  • ※2 Total Entrance Fees includes fees paid at the start of the course and those for the first semester only.
    Students are notified of fees for the second semester once the course has started.
  • ※3 Fees must be paid even in the case of temporal absence or repeating the year.

Tuition for successful applicants of Entrance Examinations for International Students

(JPY)

Entrance Tuition Fees
(paid at the start of the course only)
Teaching Tuition
(per semester)
Facility Fees
(per semester)
Laboratory Fees
(per semester)
Library Subscription
(per semester)
Student Injury Insurance
(paid at the start of the course only)※1
Supporters' Association joining fee
(paid at the start of the course only)
Supporters' Association fee
(per semester)
263,000 573,000
(286,650)
159,600
(79,800)
22,000
(11,000)
4,660 5,000 10,000
(5,000)
Total Entrance Fees
※2
Total Fees for the Second Semester
655,110 382,450
Total Fees for the
First Year ※3
1,037,560
  • ※1 Liability Insurance and "Gakkensai" is included in the Student Injury Insurance.
    Insurance costs are subject to change.
  • ※2 Total Entrance Fees includes fees paid at the start of the course and those for the first semester only.
    Students are notified of fees for the second semester once the course has started.
  • ※3 Fees must be paid even in case of temporary absence or repeating a year.

(円)

Entrance Tuition Fees
(paid at the start of the course only)
263,000
Teaching Tuition
(per semester)
573,000(286,650)
Facility Fees
(per semester)
159,600(79,800)
Laboratory Fees
(per semester)
Library Subscription
(per semester)
22,000(11,000)
Student Injury Insurance
(paid at the start of the course only)※1
4,660
Supporters' Association joining fee
(paid at the start of the course only)
5,000
Supporters' Association fee
(per semester)
10,000(5,000)
Total Entrance Fees ※2655,110
Total Fees for the Second Semester382,450
Total Fees for the First Year※31,037,560
  • ※1 Liability Insurance and "Gakkensai" is included in the Student Injury Insurance.
    Insurance costs are subject to change.
  • ※2 Total Entrance Fees includes fees paid at the start of the course and those for the first semester only.
    Students are notified of fees for the second semester once the course has started.
  • ※3 Fees must be paid even in the case of temporal absence or repeating the year.

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Approximate tuition fees and housing costs of
"Language and Culture Exchange Program"

Destination University Country/Prefecture Approximate Tuition fees and housing costs※1
abroad Teikyo University of Japan in Durham at Durham University The U.K. 1.1 million JPY
Victoria University Australia 1.15 million JPY
Ara Institute of Canterbury New Zealand 1.0 million JPY
Adamson University The Philippines 600,000 JPY
Panyapiwat Institute of Management Thailand 500,000JPY
Ho Chi Minh City University of Foreign Languages and Information Technology Vietnam 500,000JPY
Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia Cambodia 500,000JPY
Japan Shimane University Matsue City, Shimane Pref. 550,000 JPY
Shiga University Hikone City, Shiga Pref. About 550,000 JPY
  • ※1  “Approximate tuition fees and housing costs” DO NOT INCLUDE the following fees, and you may need to bear the extra processing charges for each procedure.
    1.  Flight ticket fees
    2.  Visa fees
    3.  Insurance fees
    4.  Costs for textbooks and activities
    Tuition fees and housing costs may vary due to circumstances, e.g. fluctuations in foreign exchange rate, trends in consumer price index, taxation systems, revision of regulations, changes in social condition, and any other situations.

PROFESSORSPROFESSORS 教員

The Department is ideal
for those who enjoy
languages and learning
about other cultures.

Professor Hiroko Fujimori
(prospective Head of Department)

 

The bilingual nature of the course, whereby Japanese and international students learn side-by-side, is one of its main features.
Through collaborative learning, we nurture a cadre of global citizens who understand different values, views and can promote "Japan in the world".
We welcome candidates who are highly interested in learning about other cultures, sharing their own, and tackling the issues today's global community faces.
A diverse body of 17 members of academic staff from countries such as Japan, China, France and Germany warmly welcome you.

Professor Hiroko Fujimori (prospective Head of Department)

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