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Planning and preparation

In order to make your study abroad a successful one, it is important to have a well-planned schedule. The pages below will help you to confirm the necessary procedures.

Flow Chart

Case of student A, who took a long-term program

Case of student B, who fully took advantage of a short-term program

Planning and Preparation

1. Choose a program that fits you!

CIE offers study abroad programs that fit various purposes. Choose the one from among many programs that is perfect for you.

What do you want? Program name
Want to improve English during school holidays in spring or summer! Short-term Study Abroad Program
Want to take same courses as the host university students and gain expertise! CS-R/CS-R(1S) Program
Want to study abroad for one semester or one year and improve language ability! CS-L/CS-L(1S) Program
Want to join a program that cost is covered by the Waseda tuition! EX-R/EX-R(1S) Program
Want an exchange program with my low language level! EX-L Program
Targeting to take degrees from both Waseda and a university abroad! DD Program

 

2. Gather Information!

Talk with former study abroad students

We can introduce you a student from the ‘study abroad student advisers’, the group organized by volunteers who have experienced CIE’s study abroad programs, upon application through MyWaseda.

For more information, please visit ‘study abroad student advisers’ web page in CIE website.

Utilize SNS

CIE always posts various information such as program recruitement, study abroad experience notes, and scholarship information on website.

To get latest information, check CIE Facebook or follow CIE Twitter!

Visit information websites of your country of destination

You can visit websites for prospective international students prepared by the government or an organization in your country of destination.

Fulbright Japan (in Japanese)

Government of Canada

British Council

DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service)

CAMPUS FRANCE JAPON (in French)

Language Skills

When you study abroad, you are required to have adequate proficiency in the local language to participate in the courses with the local students.It is essential to start working on language skills at an early stage. At CIE, Preparatory Courses are offered for those who are planning to study in an English speaking country. A TOEFL iBT Official Test Center was established in 2010 at Rm 314, Bldg. 7 on Waseda Campus, so that students can take the TOEFL iBT on-campus.Regular full-time students enrolled in Waseda University can make prioritized reservations for exams at this venue before it is made available to the general public.
For those who are chosen as Chinese Double-Degree Program candidates, participation to our “Chinese DD Writing Course” are required.

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