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|Program Category:||UGA Exchange||Sponsor:||UGA|
|Partner Institution:||Sophia University (FICE: 900426)||Type of Instruction:||Lecture|
|Classes With:||International Students, Local Students||Language of Instruction:||English, Japanese|
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|Academic Area:||Accounting, Anthropology, Art History, Comparative Literature, Computer Science, Economics, Finance, Geography, History, International Affairs, International Business, Japanese Language and Literature, Linguistics, Management, Political Science, Religion, Sociology, Women's Studies|
UGA Exchange, Sophia UniversitySophia University is a private Catholic Jesuit university founded in 1913 located in the heart of Tokyo, aiming to educate “men and women for the others, with others”.
- 12,000 students (1,000 graduate and 11,000 undergraduate students) with diverse backgrounds
- 500 full-time teaching staff from 20 countries (85% Japanese, 15% International)
- Full degree programs taught in English: Faculty of Liberal Arts, Graduate Program in Global Studies &Graduate Program in Global Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Science and Technology
- Wide varieties of Japanese language courses offered
- Small class size: Student / Teacher ratio 23:1
- 190 partner universities worldwide (40 countries)
- Centrally located urban campus: center of politics, economics, easy access to anywhere
It is a walking distance from the National Diet and administrative district, Imperial Palace, National Guest House, etc. and there are many places to see. Shinjuku, one of the most exciting areas in Tokyo, is just a 5-minute train ride from Yotsuya, the closest station.
Ms. Colleen Larson
Education Abroad Advisor
Office of International Education
International Education Building
1324 S. Lumpkin Street
Athens, GA 30602
*The syllabus in 2015 (April 2015-March 2016) will be fixed and published in March. Use the current information available as a general guide to what may typically be offered in the upcoming year, though understand some changes may occur from time to time.
2015 Course_list FLA.pdf Students generally study Japanese Language together with subjects taught in English from the Faculty of Liberal Arts (includes Japanese studies, literature, history, religion, etc., plus business and international affairs/political science and other arts & social sciences.
- Open only to UGA students
- Minimum GPA: 2.5 and good standing at UGA
- Completion of JPNS 1002 at the time of participation (or higher)
- Students must be nominated for this exchange by the Department of Comparative Literature each year in January
- All UGA students seeking to participate in a UGA Exchange Program in Japan must be nominated for study at a specific partner university by the Department of Comparative Literature.
- 2016-2017 Nomination deadline: Wednesday, January 13, 2016.
- Students wishing to be nominated for a Full-year (or possibly Spring) program in the following year are expected to be currently enrolled in JPNS at UGA, submit an essay noting goals for participation, specific universities of preference, unofficial transcript, and JPNS professor recommendation etc. directly to Dr. Mori in CMLT. Additional documents might also be requested.
- Application items submitted via the GoAbroad portal application will not be used for the nomination application.
- This application is to be completed by nominated students.
- Nomination results will be announced by CMLT in mid-January and nominated students will receive additional information about next steps at that time.
- Please consult Dr. Mori, firstname.lastname@example.org, for final deadlines and/or additional requirements.
- Plus, schedule an exchange advising appointment with the Office of International Education, email@example.com, 706-542-2900.
Fall Semester: Mid September to Late January
Spring Semester: Early April to Late July