Student Exchange to Kyushu University for UGM students

JAPAN IN TODAY`S WORLD 2012

 

Kyushu University is currently offering Japan in Today’s World (JTW) Program, a ten-month program from students from abroad. Participants can select their study period either for an academic year (October-July) or for one semester (October-February or April-July).

JTW is designed to fit students in any major and in any Japanese language background from absolute beginners to upper intermediate level. Students can take varied undergraduate level courses in the filed of Japanese studies, which are taught in English, as well as a Japanese language course. This program is aimed at undergraduate students in the second and third year.

For more information about this program’s course and calendar, please visit http://www.isc.kyushu-u.ac.jp/jtw

To be considered for the JTW Program, you must arrange for your application and supporting documents to teach us by November 10, for April enrollment. The materials to submit include:

  1. A completed JTW Application Form.
  2. An 800-word typed essay on “Why JTW is for me”.
  3. An independent study project proposal (if you intend to undertake a project)
  4. An advanced laboratory research proposal (if you are choosing this option)
  5. Two letters of recommendation
  6. Your official academic transcript(s)
  7. A copy – this is required – of your most recent TOEFL (minimum score of PBT 550, CBT 213, IBT 79) or IELTS (minimum score 6.0) score report (if you are not a native speaker of English)

Please send all the required documents (in 2 copies) to OIA UGM before October 22, 2012.

(as taken from OIA-UGM Official Website <http://oia.ugm.ac.id/interface/?p=1196&gt; at March, 8th 2012)

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