(1) Application guide for study abroad
Name of the application form:
*The information session will be held as follows. Please feel free to come for getting important information.
Date&Time: Thu. September 26, 12:00-13:30
Place: Building No.22, 8th floor conference room
Contents: 1. Explanation of the program’s purpose and outline 2.Q&A
*We will also have “CAMPUS Asia Lunch” on the same day. We welcome all students who are interested in CAMPUS Asia Program. Please feel free to join us!
We will financially support as follows:
- Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) Scholarship (For students who have Japanese nationality)
- Air tickets (tentative)
There will be some qualifications and restriction of the number of students.
(3) Certification for CAMPUS Asia Program
You can get a certificate of completion of CAMPUS Asia by taking required courses added to your long term study abroad.
Requirement for completion is as follows. You take these courses before /during /after a study abroad program.
|Program||Waseda University||Peking University||Korea University|
|Total of 12 credits (from Waseda or the host university)
Courses of CAMPUS Asia (at least 2 credits)
|At least 1 course (2 or 3 credits)||At least 1 course (2 or 3 credits)|
|Double Degree Programs||○||Either one of the universities|
|Intensive Programs||○||Either one of the universities|
(“○” means it falls under the requirement for completion)
(4) CAMPUS Asia Courses (at Waseda University) [List of CAMPUS Asia related courses newly open!]
CAMPUS Asia courses offered at Waseda University are as follows:
In addition to these courses, you can meet the requirements for certification if you take “CAMPUS Asia related courses”.
|Course Name||Name of Instructor||Semester||Day・Time||Credits||Annual Dividend||Language||Campus||Note|
|Introductory Seminar on Conflict Resolution and Social Innovation α 01||KOYAMA, Shukuko||Spring||Wed.4||1||1||English||Waseda|
|Introductory Seminar on Conflict Resolution and Social Innovation β 01||KOYAMA, Shukuko||Summer||Wed.4||1||1||English||Waseda|
|Introductory Seminar on Conflict Resolution and Social Innovation α 02||KOYAMA, Shukuko||Fall||Tue.3||1||1||English||Waseda|
|Introductory Seminar on Conflict Resolution and Social Innovation β 02||KOYAMA, Shukuko||Winter||Tue.4||1||1||English||Waseda|
|Conflict Resolution and Social Innovation in Practice α 01||NAKANO, Yoshihiro||Spring||Tues.3||1||1||English||Waseda|
|Conflict Resolution and Social Innovation in Practice β 01||NAKANO, Yoshihiro||Summer||Tues.3||1||1||English||Waseda|
|Conflict Resolution and Social Innovation in Practice α 02||NAKANO,
|Conflict Resolution and Social Innovation in Practice β 02||NAKANO,
|Synthesis of Conflict Resolution and Social Innovation α 01||KOYAMA, Shukuko||Spring||Wed.5||1||1||English||Waseda|
|Synthesis of Conflict Resolution and Social Innovation β 01||KOYAMA, Shukuko||Summer||Wed.5||1||1||English||Waseda|
|Synthesis of Conflict Resolution and Social Innovation α 02||KOYAMA, Shukuko||Fall||Wed.4||1||1||English||Waseda|
|Synthesis of Conflict Resolution and Social Innovation β 02||KOYAMA, Shukuko||Winter||Wed.4||1||1||English||Waseda|
|CAMPUS Asia Intensive Program 01||UMEMORI, Naoyuki
|CAMPUS Asia Intensive Program 02||UMEMORI, Naoyuki
|Internship Field Experience 01||KOYAMA, Shukuko||Fall||Tues.4||2||1||English||Waseda|
|Professionals for Peace 01||UMEMORI, Naoyuki
|Professionals for Peace 02||NAKANO,
(5) CAMPUS Asia Courses (at Peking University & Korea University)
In order to complete CAMPUS Asia Program, there are requirements to take at least 1 course while studying abroad (either at Peking University or Korea University, or at both universities)
CAMPUS Asia courses are as follows:
- China and International Organizations
- Chinese Perspectives on International and Global Affairs
- International Development Policy
- Chinese Politics and Public Policy
- Introduction to Non-Traditional Security
- Australian Studies etc
(Above courses may change depend on terms.)
- Courses at Department of Economics(Every ECON Major courses taught in English EXCEPT for the 5 courses: Principles of EconomicsⅠ/Principles of EconomicsⅡ/Microeconomics/Macroeconomics/Statistics for Economists)
- Courses at Department of Political Science and International Relations(International Politics in Northeast Asia/International Relations of East Asia/East Asian Politics/Southeast Asian Politics)
- Courses at Department of Public Administration(Economic Analysis of Public Sector/Policy Planning/Urban Management and Policy/Organization Theories)
- Courses at Department of Statistics(Introduction to Probability Theory/Mathematical Statistics/Regression Analysis)
*These are tentative and subject to change. We will update information once we confirm it.