Seinan Gakuin University: Fukuoka - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

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Seinan Gakuin University is a Christian university in Fukuoka, Japan. Seinan Gakuin, founded in 1916 by Rev. C. K. Dozier, a Southern Baptist missionary from the United States.Established in 1973, the International Division offers a one or two sem... read more

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I learned a lot about the culture of Japan, which was one of the main reasons that I had for going. But I also learned what it was like to be alone in a foreign country and take care of myself. You meet a lot of new people, and you learn from each others' experiences. - Baylor University View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Seinan Gakuin University: Fukuoka - Direct Enrollment & Exchange
Yes study abroad was worth while. I learned there language even thou i am not that good yet i enjoyed it. I gained many different views from Fukuoka. And not a single negative thought. They would always be positive. The only thing I can probably say is in this program you learn a lot and the Japanese teachers are really nice and... - New Mexico State University View Entire Review
if i can i would go back and be able study more - New Mexico State University View Entire Review

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Seinan Gakuin University is a Christian university in Fukuoka, Japan. Seinan Gakuin, founded in 1916 by Rev. C. K. Dozier, a Southern Baptist missionary from the United States.

Established in 1973, the International Division offers a one or two semester program running from August to May the following year, through which students earn transferable credits required for graduation. The course content concentrates on Japan, including Japanese language, culture, history, tradition, business and politics, with all courses except the Japanese language taught in English.
Most of the admitted foreign students are exchange students from universities that have entered into mutual exchange agreements with SGU, bringing in approximately 60 students per year, and SGU currently accepts foreign students from 41 institutions in the U.S., Canada, France, the U.K., Norway, Finland,  Italy, the Netherlands, Denmark, Czech Republic, Hungary, China, Taiwan and Korea. We are one of the few Japanese universities to offer courses on Japanese culture in English, with credits that can be applied to graduation.
The classroom is richly international, with students from many lands present, so that while studying Japanese students also learn about the world.

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  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
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