Model Study Plan For International Students #02

For International Students seeking employment by utilizing their experience in Japan

GLA’s curriculum is focused on business-oriented courses that aim to enhance students' literacy in culture and technology, while also offering courses that allow students to learn the Japanese language and about Japanese culture and society. Not only can students learn the Japanese language on two campuses in both Japan and Australia, they will also have opportunities to get involved in diverse internships at Japanese companies. Students can participate in seminars lead by the many faculty members who have ample knowledge about Japan through their research, and by choosing Japan as their research field, they can really get the most out of studying abroad in Japan.

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* The blue cells are examples of courses that can be taken at the ANU. However, the course names listed are those that were in effect when the ANU courses were recognized as course units by RU.

Fall Semester
Year 1
RU
Year 2
RU
Year 3
ANU
Year 4
RU
Year 5
RU
Introduction to Global Liberal Arts II Globalization and IR: An Introduction Regional Diversity in Cultural Perspective Research Seminar II  
Statistics Introduction to Asian Studies Human Security in Developing Societies Contemporary Japan  
Cultural Studies Civilizations in Global History Japanese Language and Culture I Capstone Studies in Geohistorical Perspective to Globalization  
Japanese Language I Japanese Language III Japanese Language and Culture II Capstone Studies in Development and Social Change  
Special Lecture on Cosmopolitan Studies I   Special Lecture on Innovation Studies I Internship I  
Spring Semester
Year 1
RU
Year 2
RU
Year 3
ANU
Year 4
RU
Year 5
RU
  Introduction to Global Liberal Arts I Asia and the World in Historical Perspective Global Conflicts: An Introduction Research Seminar I
  Research Design and Research Method Comparative Politics in Asia Introduction to Asian Studies Institutionalism in Social Studies
  Knowledge and Innovation Leadership in the Globalizing World Algorithm and Programming Capstone Studies in Normative Perspective to Globalization
  Japanese Language II Japanese Language IV Japanese Language and Culture I Capstone Studies in Governance Studies
Special Lecture on Cosmopolitan Studies II

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