Program: UNO-Japan: Study at Doshisha University Program

The UNO-Japan: Study at Doshisha University Program is a 5-week study abroad adventure offered by the University of New Orleans (UNO) for undergraduate students to pursue college credit in Japanese studies (or elective credit) and to get a taste of this fascinating land. Limited space is still available, so please encourage your students to apply now!

Course offerings: Students choose two courses from the following:

  • Basic Japanese II
  • Recent Japanese History
  • Consuming Japan: The Politics of Food
  • Contemporary Japanese Literature
  • Philosophy and Film

Dates: May 24-June 27, 2015 (5 weeks)

Cost: $4,495.00 This includes: TUITION, HOUSING, weekday LUNCHES on campus, a FIELD TRIP, CULTURAL ACTIVITIES, TOMODACHI PROGRAM, STUDY ABROAD HEALTH INSURANCE, a 1-MONTH BUS PASS for the city of Kyoto, and more!

Earn 6 college credit hours (fully transferable, check with home institution for course equivalencies). Open to anyone over 18 years of age at the time of departure who meet the UNO admissions requirements.

No previous knowledge of the Japanese language required.

Sign up now – only 14 spots (or less by now) are available on this popular program!

The program has been very well received by previous students – several of them have participated twice!

For more information, please visit our website at: http://inst.uno.edu/Japan/, or e-mail us at:UNOJapan@uno.edu.

Also, feel free to “like” us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/UNOJapan.Doshisha.

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About Paula

Paula lives in the vortex of graduate life. She studies medieval Japanese history.
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