Faculty of International Studies
|Department of International
Students in this course can select a clear path based on their own objectives. The objective of this course is to develop true world citizens with the required faculties and communication abilities and to further develop its founding philosophy of “learn about international problems, particularly those in developing countries in Asia, Africa and Central and South America, by taking the perspective of the local people".
First-year students learn the basics of languages and international knowledge. In later years, students select their favorite course out of the following five.
International Cooperation Course
Explore policies for poverty, medical treatment and education in developing countries and consider the concepts of cooperation and support activities like the use of Official Development Assistance and cooperation with NGOs.
International Economics Course
What’s the best economic framework for all countries, both advanced and developing, to develop and prosper? Think about the future of international economics.
International Politics Course
How can we end the ceaseless confrontation and strife occurring all over the world? Learn about security plans and policies.
International Culture Course
In additional to your language
abilities, deepen your understanding of foreign cultures by learning about
world history and culture. Prepare yourself for the international
The world is entering a period of great international exchange. Become a new type of tour staff by widening your world view and understanding cultural exchange and environmental issues.
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