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ISEP Direct - Toyo University
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|Language of Instruction:||Japanese||Program Type:||Non-USF Program|
|Level of Study:||Undergraduate||Open to:||USF Students Only|
|Credit Offered:||Transfer Credit||Program Advisor:||Rene Sanchez|
Tokyo, Japan (pop. 12.5 million)Language of instruction: Japanese, some English
Student Enrollment: 30,000
Student Enrollment: 30,000
Center for International Programs
English language courses
Japanese language courses
Other Academic Courses
LocationTokyo, the capital of Japan, has a population of approximately 12.5 million. The city is the epitome of today's fast-paced urban lifestyle but still retains the quieter aspects of old traditions. It is easily recognized for its large scale buildings but also for its subtle details - its intensity but also its calm - a fusion that truly makes it a fascinating destination.
Toyo University's Hakusan campus exemplifies this fusion through its central location in the center of the city but also in one of the fascinating traditional districts. The Toyo University International House ("I-House") is also located in the heart of Tokyo and therefore provides ideal accessibility to all major areas, such as Shinjuku, Asakusa, Ueno, Ikebukuro and Roppongi. Also, the Hakusan campus is only 15 minutes away on foot.
Program TypeAcademic year exchanges
ISEP-Direct academic year programs
ISEP-Exchange for US students.
ISEP-Direct site for students from all member institutions.
Program DatesAcademic year placements only. Academic year: late September to late July/early August.
ProgramsRegular courses are taught in Japanese, though some courses are taught in English and there are limited courses taught in Japanese with professor support & material in English): Schools of Literature (Chinese philosophy & literature, education, English & American literature, English communication, history, Indian philosophy, Japanese literature & culture, philosophy); Economics (economics, international economics, policy studies); Business Administration (business administration, marketing, accounting and finance); Law (law, business law); Sociology (media & communications, social psychology, social welfare, socio-cultural studies, sociology) ; Regional Development Studies (regional development studies, tourism) . Intensive Japanese language courses are also taught through the NEST Program (Nihongo For Exchange Students at Toyo).
Courses Taught in EnglishIn English or in Japanese with English-language support: Japanese language and culture studies and international studies.
Housing and MealsStudents are placed in an off-campus dormitory. The Hakusan campus is only 15 minutes away on foot. They usually use double-type of rooms sharing with a roommate. No married student or family housing is available. Students receive a monthly stipend to either purchase meals at the university cafeteria and local restaurants, or to prepare their own meals.
ProfileToyo University was founded in 1887 as a school of philosophy. At its inception, the university was popular with the public as a small, specialized school in Oriental Philosophy and Liberal Arts. Today it consists of ten graduate schools, a law school, and ten undergraduate schools located on four campuses in the greater Tokyo area. University enrollment is approximately 30,000 undergraduate and 950 graduate students.
Toyo University is the first ISEP member in Tokyo where you can see and experience everything in Japan. This is an ideal university for students looking to truly immerse themselves in Japanese language and culture with students from around the world.
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