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UGA Exchange - Sophia University : Reviews (Tokyo)

The following program review responses have been selected for publication by Education Abroad
Program Evaluation
Spring 2017 Participant
It was very helpful to have all the information needed stored together in a folder. All of my questions were able to be answered through the flyers given to me.

 

Academic Year 2015 Participant
It is very convenient to have excursions, field trips, and site visits in Tokyo.

 

Academic Year 2015 Participant
I fully satisfied with the international house of my exchange university where I lived.

 

Academic Year 2015 Participant
All the staffs were helpful.

 

Academic Year 2015 Participant
The commodity prices in Japan are relatively high, and it is quite costly to live there if without any scholarships (luckily, I had). But the program is worth such a cost.

 

Spring 2017 Participant
The teaching regime in Japan is a little tough, but all of the professors make good use of their time, and all of them are VERY organized!

 

Academic Year 2015 Participant
I really had a wonderful time in Japan!

 

Academic Year 2015 Participant
Overall, the program is pretty helpful and useful for my future life, not limited to the job-haunting. I like it very much!

 

Spring 2017 Participant
I recommend trying out the Wakeijuku dorm for any male students aspiring to go on this program. It immerses you into an all-male Japanese dorm environment, and all of the people there are very friendly!

 

Spring 2017 Participant
Don't feel as though there is something terribly wrong if you don't like your situation. It's just as important to learn what you like as it is to learn what you don't like.

 

Spring 2017 Participant
"My Japanese language capacity improved tremendously thanks to this exchange. This program was invaluable to building a skill I will use throughout my career and life."