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Graduate Exchange Program Information for 2013-2014

Dynamic Reseach Centers
Waseda University, one of the premier universities in Japan, Asia and the world, offers overseas students the opportunity to study at both the master's and doctoral levels at one of 24 graduate schools.
These dynamic centers of research and innovation are at the vanguard of graduate school education, working in close collaboration with international and domestic organizations, the private sector, non-governmental organizations, domestic and overseas universities and a host of other organizations. Students have access to cutting-edge technology, information and trends.

Cooperative Research Institutions
As of October, 2008, Waseda University has established intensive, complementary, and cooperative relationships with 24 research institutions.
From Molecular Nano-Engineering to Material Science and Technology, and from the Waseda-Olympus Bioscience Research Institute to the Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University offers graduate students first class research facilities, world renowned research supervisors and opportunities for students to realize their graduate study goals.

For more information, please refer to: http://www.waseda.jp/eng/research.html

Bilingual Education
Finally, part of Waseda University's forward looking vision is to offer bilingual graduate programs. The Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies (GSAPS), Graduate School of Information and Telecommunication Studies (GITS), Graduate School of Information, Production and Systems (IPS), Waseda Business School (WBS) and Graduate School of International Culture and Communication Studies (GSICCS, newly open in 2013) embody this vision by allowing students to complete their course work in either English or Japanese. These graduate schools maintain separate characteristics and identities, while complementing and supporting each other to create an optimal learning and research environment.

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