CareersContact [email protected]/fire/gsiccs/enWaseda CampusTuition(2018)Why Study With UsResearch Guidance AreaApplication periodProgramProgram startApplication periodProgram startEnrollmentGraduate School ofInternational Cultureand Communication StudiesStudents come from all over the world, hailing from diverse cultural backgroundsNumerous academic research approaches on language, culture and society in the field of communication with an English curriculum Symposiums and lectures, speeches by invited global researchers, and many guests from the business world, all provide broad exposure for students deciding their career pathAmong the graduates from the inaugural class, about 70% took jobs at companies in Japan, 20% went on to a doctoral program, and 10% returned to their home countries to look for a job. The main employers are in finance and securities, retail, and IT-related industries, where demand for global talent is increasing. Our graduates are also found in fields such as education and the public sector.M: JPY 953,000  D: JPY 756,000*Including admission fee of JPY 200,000.Master’s ProgramInternational Culture and Communication Studies70 (2017)September & AprilSept. intake: Early to Mid Apr.Apr. intake: Mid to Late Oct.ProgramDoctoral ProgramInternational Culture and Communication StudiesEnrollment13 (2017)September & AprilSept. intake: Early to Mid Apr.Apr. intake: Mid to Late Oct.Culture and CommunicationFilm StudiesCultural StudiesThe Literature and Intellectual History of JapanCulture and MediaCulture and TranslationVisual CultureLanguage and SocietySpeech Communication and Language AcquisitionInterpretation StudiesWriting Studies and EducationSecond Language EducationTeaching English As a Second LanguageLanguage and CommunicationSociety and CommunicationInternational Political EconomyPeace and Conflict StudiesEconomy and SocietyInternational RelationsPublic DiplomacyInternational Legal StudiesPlease see the video for more details.Waseda University 201919


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