SUNY New Paltz: Nagasaki - Study Abroad at Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies

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Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies offers an opportunity for current university students from foreign countries to study undergraduate level courses in Japanese language and in Japanese studies. Besides academic studies, the program emphasizes... read more

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Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies offers an opportunity for current university students from foreign countries to study undergraduate level courses in Japanese language and in Japanese studies. Besides academic studies, the program emphasizes a wide exposure to Japanese society and culture through field trips, tours, social activities, and the possibility of arranged stays in Japanese-style housing situations.

Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies (NUFS) is a four-year institution offering majors in language studies--English, Japanese, Chinese, French, German, and Spanish. The university is part of Nagasaki Gaidai, which also includes Nagasaki College of Foreign Languages offering two-year majors in English. Both the university and the college are accredited by the Japanese Ministry of Education. Dating from its founding in December 1945, the school's credo has been to foster mutual understanding between nations and their people by promoting the study of languages and culture.

With multiple program tracks, the JASIN program is designed to accommodate all levels of Japanese proficiency. Students who have little or no Japanese language experience may take introductory language classes while studying other subjects in English, from society and economics to Aikido and tea ceremony. Students with sufficient Japanese proficiency may take courses in simplified Japanese or even participate side-by-side with Japanese students in a number of foreign language and other humanities courses.

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Study Abroad
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  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
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