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The 4-year Study Progression

Tokyo Seitoku University Lecture

For our students to become global-oriented professionals, we will support them in developing their language skills at an international level.
From the second half of the first year, all students are required to join a study abroad program to an English speaking country or to Korea for approximately one year in order to develop a sense of international mindedness. Upon returning to Japan, they will continue broadening their knowledge through further study of Japanese culture, as well as other cultures and international affairs.
Our students will acquire the ability to integrate readily into a wide range of occupations, and work in companies and organizations with international interests.

Diverse learning techniques, based on study-abroad experience

Before studying abroad While studying abroad After studying abroad
Year One, Semester One Year One, Semester Two –
Year Two, Semester One
Year Two, Semester Two –
Year Three, Semester Two
Year Four, Semester One
onward
Preparations for study abroad

Students will focus on improving their language skills for half a year. They will also study Japanese culture, as well as the culture of their study-abroad destination.
Acquire academic skills and cultivate a sense of international mindedness

During the study-abroad program, students will improve their language skills in a native-speaker environment and develop an international mindset.
In-depth study of international affairs, as well as Japanese and foreign cultures

Upon returning from the study-abroad program, students will continue learning about Japan, deepen their understanding of the world through a variety of international studies courses, and undertake more specialized language training.
Research in an area of interest

Students will focus on personal research, conduct specialized surveys, and prepare for job hunting.

Curriculum

Basic Skills / Career
Design Subjects
  • Study Skills
  • Career Design
  • ICT Literacy
  • Internship
Seminars
  • Study-abroad Preparation Seminar
  • Study-abroad Reflection Seminar
  • Project Seminar
  • Seminar in Specialized Areas
International Core Subjects
  • Introduction to Global Studies
  • Intercultural Communication
  • Japanese History and Culture
  • Introduction to International Relations
  • Introduction to Cross Culture Study
  • Introduction to Japanese Culture
Language Subjects
  • English Conversation
  • Homestay English
  • Advanced English Conversation
  • English Presentation
  • English for Qualifications
  • Business English
  • English for Academic Purposes
  • English for Tourism
  • Korean Conversation
  • Korean for Study Abroad
  • Advanced Korean Conversation
  • Korean Presentation
  • Korean for Qualifications
  • Business Korean
  • Academic Korean
  • Korean for Modern Issues
International Core Subjects
  • Studies of America and Europe
  • Studies of Eastern Asia
  • International Issues Research
  • Theories of Globalization
  • International Cooperation and Development
  • Peace Studies
  • NGO Studies
  • Travel Industry
International Cultures and Liberal Arts Subjects
  • American Society and Culture Studies
  • Korean Society and Culture Studies
  • Studies of East Asian Culture
  • Cross Cultural Studies
  • Studies of Japanese Culture
  • World Religions
  • Introduction to Japanese History
  • Principles of the Japanese Language
  • Studies of Japanese Art
  • Japanese Language Teaching

English Curriculum

Tokyo Seitoku University have developed an "English learning curriculum" that contributes to improving language skills and business communication skills.
The program is designed to build our students’ language skills in a comprehensive manner. Student undertake in excess of 180 hours of English language lessons before they commence their study abroad.
This intensive focus on language imbues students with the confidence to fully immerse themselves in English in their destination countries.
It also ensures students will develop a capacity to speak English without being afraid. In addition to the formal curriculum, students can take advantage of additional learning opportunities by studying English with foreign language instructors. These classes are undertaken in the university’s Global Lounge.

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