1246357Life, Environment,Matter and InformationArticial Intelligence, Biology,Calculus, Data Science,Environmental Science,Mathematics, Physics, Programming, etc.Philosophy,Religion and HistoryHistory (Media, Physical Science,Region, Society, etc.),Historical Survey, Philosophy,Religious Studies, etc.Governance, Peace,Human Rights andInternational RelationsForeign Policy, Human Security,International Relations,Peace Studies, Politics,Political Economy,Public Policy, etc.ExpressionArt Studies, Creative Writing,Film Studies, Literature,Media Studies, Photography,Theatre Studies, etc.Economyand BusinessAccounting, Advertising,Business, Game Theory,Marketing, Macroeconomics,Microeconomincs, etc.CommunicationApplied Linguistics,Historical Linguistics, Phonetics,Phonology, Pragmatics, Semantics,Sociolinguistics, Syntax, etc.Culture,Mind and Body,and CommunityAnthropology, Comparative Culture,Cultural Studies, Gender Studies,Sociology, Urban Studies,Psychology, etc.SILSSchool of InternationalLiberal StudiesCrossing Borders, Sharing Cultures, Inventing the FutureIntroductionFeaturesSchool of International Liberal StudiesThe School of International Liberal Studies (SILS) oers a unique environment where students from more than 50 countries and regions around the world come together to study a range of subjects and exchange views with each other. The small-sized classes feature professors whose backgrounds are as varied as those of the students.Students at SILS pursue a liberal arts curriculum which emphasizes the fostering of knowledge of various dierent areas, gaining multidimensional perspectives, developing logical thinking, and acquiring language skills over four years. In addition, the school oers a wide variety of innovative programs and support for not only the student's studies, but also in choosing and embarking on their future careers, whether in Japan or abroad.By becoming a member of this international community, students will gain the skills required to thrive in today's multicultural world through working and interacting with one another.A Liberal Arts Curriculum with Seven ClustersThere are many dierent sides to every issue, and the education at SILS will provide students with the ability to approach each issue from various perspectives in order to analyze it more deeply.Diversity in CoexistenceApproximately 30% of our students and faculty are non-Japanese nationals, and they come from more than 50 countries and regions around the world.Small-class EducationSeminars are based on a ratio of one teacher for every 20 students. Through active discussions, dialogues, Q&As, and presentations, the students develop their linguistic competence and communication skills, enabling them to learn, think, and convey their views eectively.NON-JAPANESEJAPANESESILS Student Data*Courses may be subject to change8WASEDA UNIVERSITY Undergraduate Schools

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