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Bachelor's Programs in International Communication in Japan

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Bachelor in International Communication in Japan

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Nagasaki, Japan

The other biggest trend in this 21st-century world is localism (the principle of specific areas) or regionalism (the principle of multiple areas) as opposed to globalism. The ... +

The other biggest trend in this 21st-century world is localism (the principle of specific areas) or regionalism (the principle of multiple areas) as opposed to globalism. The International Communications Department overcomes the barriers of cultural and political conflicts of countries with different languages, ethnic groups, -
Bachelor
Japanese, German
Campus
 
Toyohashi, Japan

With many companies responding to the acceleration of globalization by expanding their businesses to countries in Asia, the U.S., and Europe, there are many great opportunitie ... +

With many companies responding to the acceleration of globalization by expanding their businesses to countries in Asia, the U.S., and Europe, there are many great opportunities in the world today for people with an international perspective and strong communication skills. The Faculty offers a unique education designed to cultivate internationally competitive people through its Department of English Studies and Department of Global Liberal Arts. The Department of English Studies aims to help students develop the kind of English skills immediately useful to new working members of society by guiding them through their studies toward their future careers with the following three courses available from the second year of study: Language Studies, Business, and Education. The Department of Global Liberal Arts aims to help students systematically develop their interests into expertise by offering the following three courses of American Studies, Japan and Asian Studies, and European Studies, each of which also comprises three specialized research areas. The Faculty also offers practical learning opportunities through not only a rich variety of study abroad programs but also opportunities to conduct fieldwork internationally in six countries or regions across the U.S., Asia, and Europe. With the world becoming increasingly interrelated both socially and economically, the Faculty’s educational environment shines with significance as one characteristic of an international culture university, as stated in the Aichi University Prospectus as one of the University’s aims. The Faculty looks forward to helping more people develop excellent communication skills, broaden their horizons, and lead productive lives worldwide due to its diverse education, something only possible through a comprehensive university. -
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Japanese
Apr 2022
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Nagasaki, Japan

The other biggest trend in this 21st-century world is localism (the principle of specific areas) or regionalism (the principle of multiple areas) as opposed to globalism. The ... +

The other biggest trend in this 21st-century world is localism (the principle of specific areas) or regionalism (the principle of multiple areas) as opposed to globalism. The International Communications Department overcomes the barriers of cultural and political conflicts of countries with different languages, ethnic groups, religions, and social systems. -
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Japanese, French
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