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A bachelor's degree is an undergraduate degree that is offered by universities and colleges when students complete a program of study. Most bachelor courses last three or four years with some lasting up to seven years.Language studies involves both the acquisition of foreign languages and the study of linguistics as a discipline. It includes many different areas, such as grammar, pronunciation, la… Read more

A bachelor's degree is an undergraduate degree that is offered by universities and colleges when students complete a program of study. Most bachelor courses last three or four years with some lasting up to seven years.

Language studies involves both the acquisition of foreign languages and the study of linguistics as a discipline. It includes many different areas, such as grammar, pronunciation, language history, the cultural aspects of language, and reading and writing.

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Kofu, Japan

For many observers and visitors, Japan is one of the most intriguing countries on earth. For them, Japan offers a vast variety of exhilarating and sometimes puzzling experienc ... +

For many observers and visitors, Japan is one of the most intriguing countries on earth. For them, Japan offers a vast variety of exhilarating and sometimes puzzling experiences that often give rise to many questions. Japan Studies endeavors to answer most, if not all, of them. Japanologists understand their field as an interdisciplinary project that engages with all aspects of Japanese culture, history, and society. Many students and scholars investigate these topics in relation to historical and present-day events in East-Asia and the West. Such an approach relates their study and research not only to other disciplines but also to other nations, civilizations, and geographic areas. -
Bachelor
Full-time
4 years
English
Sep 2022
Campus
 
Kobe, Japan

In modern-day international society, English plays an ever-greater role as the language of international discourse. The aim of the Department of English Studies is to help to ... +

In modern-day international society, English plays an ever-greater role as the language of international discourse. The aim of the Department of English Studies is to help to develop truly powerful, internationally-minded citizens who have solid English proficiency and wide-ranging knowledge. -
Bachelor
Japanese
Campus
 
Shimonoseki, Japan

Under these circumstances, this major develops global human resources who have acquired advanced language proficiency and cross-cultural understanding. The "Chinese course" is ... +

Under these circumstances, this major develops global human resources who have acquired advanced language proficiency and cross-cultural understanding. The "Chinese course" is for learning Chinese, and the "Korean course" is for learning Korean at a high level. At the same time, learning about the culture and history of each country and region, the relationship between the two countries is becoming closer. , We will become a bridge with East Asia and develop human resources who can play an active role globally. -
Bachelor
Japanese
Campus
 

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Nisshin, Japan +1 More

Under the motto of “exploring cultures through a hands-on approach,” this department engages in cultural research activities that extend beyond the campus. Students study Japa ... +

Under the motto of “exploring cultures through a hands-on approach,” this department engages in cultural research activities that extend beyond the campus. Students study Japanese culture from diverse angles and deepen their understanding through hands-on experiences in one of the four domains of Language, Literature, Thought & Art, and Society & Folklore. -
Bachelor
Japanese
Campus
 
Shibuya City, Japan

Through wide-ranging studies of literature, languages, writing, manners, and customs from ancient times to the present, the culture and spirit of the Japanese people are exami ... +

Through wide-ranging studies of literature, languages, writing, manners, and customs from ancient times to the present, the culture and spirit of the Japanese people are examined from many different perspectives. The department aims to contribute to the development of research and study of Japanese culture, thereby developing human resources which can disseminate Japan’s unique culture to the world. -
Bachelor
Japanese
Campus
 
Chiyoda, Japan +1 More

The faculty of Literature has two departments, the Department of Japanese Literature and the Department of Chinese Literature. In their second year, students may choose a conc ... +

The faculty of Literature has two departments, the Department of Japanese Literature and the Department of Chinese Literature. In their second year, students may choose a concentration from among 10 courses. -
Bachelor
Japanese
Campus
 
Suita, Japan

The Faculty of Foreign Languages aims to nurture a workforce that can utilize high language proficiency. Our faculty encourages you to be successful in society, such as the in ... +

The Faculty of Foreign Languages aims to nurture a workforce that can utilize high language proficiency. Our faculty encourages you to be successful in society, such as the international business world with high communication skills in English or in educational organizations with linguistic ability and leadership. Also, we strive for you to be able to study abroad, challenge yourself with certificate examinations and improve your TOEIC score. -
Bachelor
Campus
 
Nagasaki, Japan

The other biggest trend in this 21st-century world is localism (the principle of specific areas) or regionalism (the principle of multiple areas) as opposed to globalism. The ... +

The other biggest trend in this 21st-century world is localism (the principle of specific areas) or regionalism (the principle of multiple areas) as opposed to globalism. The International Communications Department overcomes the barriers of cultural and political conflicts of countries with different languages, ethnic groups, -
Bachelor
Japanese, German
Campus
 
Komaki, Japan

In recent years, when the number of Chinese tourists has increased in Japan, human resources who can speak Chinese are required from various sites. Since Chinese has the same ... +

In recent years, when the number of Chinese tourists has increased in Japan, human resources who can speak Chinese are required from various sites. Since Chinese has the same Chinese characters, it is actually a foreign language that Japanese people are familiar with. Today, it is a natural ability to speak English. Let's have a weapon called Chinese, which is still rarely used. -
Bachelor
Japanese
Campus
 
Setagaya City, Japan +2 More

The Department offers courses in Japanese language and literature, from classical literature (e.g., Manyoshu, the Tale of Genji, and Heike Monogatari) to contemporary literatu ... +

The Department offers courses in Japanese language and literature, from classical literature (e.g., Manyoshu, the Tale of Genji, and Heike Monogatari) to contemporary literature (e.g., works of Soseki Natsume, Haruki Murakami, Shuntaro Tanikawa). The Department also provides various courses such as courses in Media, on Child literature, and on Performance. -
Bachelor
Japanese
Campus
 
Ebetsu, Japan

This department has the longest tradition of English education of all the universities in Hokkaido. Students develop their understanding of global cultural values and differen ... +

This department has the longest tradition of English education of all the universities in Hokkaido. Students develop their understanding of global cultural values and different cultures mainly through learning and research on various aspects of Anglo-American culture, as well as exploring their own Japanese identity. We introduce multi-media classes that actively utilize the internet and computers, and we also offer five-month overseas study programs as part of the formal curriculum in order to deepen intercultural understanding. -
Bachelor
Japanese
Campus
 
Yokohama, Japan

The Faculty of Letters aims to develop practical skills acquired by students through the study of various writings. They will learn how to approach writings as research subjec ... +

The Faculty of Letters aims to develop practical skills acquired by students through the study of various writings. They will learn how to approach writings as research subjects and how to feel the emotions that emanate from the world of language and expression. In addition to literature, students will also study human behavior as well as social and cultural phenomena. -
Bachelor
Japanese
Campus
 
Chiyoda, Japan +1 More

The Department of Japanese Literature and Culture offers a curriculum with numerous elective courses that students can choose according to their interests. The courses include ... +

The Department of Japanese Literature and Culture offers a curriculum with numerous elective courses that students can choose according to their interests. The courses include classical and modern literature, traditional culture, theater, movies, and animation. -
Bachelor
Japanese
Campus
 
Fuchu, Japan

Those who desire to study Japan from an international perspective so become global leaders with a deep understanding of Japan, or who seek to contribute to the advancement of ... +

Those who desire to study Japan from an international perspective so become global leaders with a deep understanding of Japan, or who seek to contribute to the advancement of multilingual and multicultural societies in Japan and elsewhere. The School of Japan Studies offers the opportunity to study and discover Japan comprehensively and from international perspectives. -
Bachelor
Japanese, English
Campus
 
Kagoshima, Japan

The Minor Course for Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language in SU began in 1988. More than 30 graduates who completed this course, including overseas students, have taken Jap ... +

The Minor Course for Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language in SU began in 1988. More than 30 graduates who completed this course, including overseas students, have taken Japanese language teacher jobs in Japanese language institutions in Japan and overseas. -
Bachelor
Japanese
Campus