International Cooperation and Multicultural Studies

Department of International Cooperation and Multicultural Studies

Learning about multicultural co-existence (or "Japanese style multiculturalism") and international cooperation to realize a more harmonious society

The problems facing contemporary society that demand our attention, including issues caused by social structures and cultural differences as well as matters of international cooperation and aid, are diverse. Through fieldwork and high-level seminar tuition, students will gain a strong command of the practical language and communication skills and advanced specialist knowledge and analytical skills necessary to address such problems. The result will be talented human resources able to propose new and original approaches to contemporary problems, thereby contributing to the realization of a more harmonious society.

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