USAC Japan: Nagasaki - Japanese Language, Society, and Culture Studies

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The Nagasaki program offers a curriculum that gives students a range of courses focused on Japanese society and culture. Students are required to take a Japanese language course with the choice of six levels, from beginning to advanced. Other cour... read more

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It was ABSOLUTELY worthwhile, I learned more here in one semester, content-wise, than I have during my whole career at my college. I learned so much about the language and culture, but also things like foreign policy, manners, all of it. - Berea College View Entire Review
I have always been an independent person, but I feel that I gained more independence and confidence. I took a trip by myself where I visited Kyoto and Nara which required me to fly from Nagasaki to Osaka. I was nervous to fly by myself especially because I was scared to get lost and get on the wrong bus. The nice thing though ... - Michigan Technological University View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with USAC: Nagasaki - Japanese Language, Society, and Culture Studies at Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies
I learned how to adapt to a different culture. I think it was very worthwhile to see all of the differences between America and Japan and it gave me a new and better understanding of how other countries might behave differently than I am used to. - Texas A&M University - College Station View Entire Review

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The Nagasaki program offers a curriculum that gives students a range of courses focused on Japanese society and culture. Students are required to take a Japanese language course with the choice of six levels, from beginning to advanced. Other courses are taught in English or simplified Japanese, including courses covering traditional Japanese arts. Native-speaking conversation partners are assigned as well. You may choose to stay for a semester or a full year.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
Instruction Language(s):
  • Japanese
  • English
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Asian Studies
  • Japanese Language, Literature
Minimum GPA:
2.8
Year Founded:
1982
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USAC Scholarships

USAC awards over $500,000 in scholarships and discounts each year to assist students with their study abroad expenses. We have a variety of funding opportunities available for students enrolled in USAC programs. We also encourage students to research online for additional sources of financial aid and external scholarships for study abroad students. Additional scholarship information and application instructions will be provided on your Student Gateway account once you apply to a USAC program.

$500-$1000

Deadlines:
October 1 (for spring) and April 1 (for summer and fall/yearlong)

Guidelines/Requirements:
If you have questions regarding scholarships, feel free to contact the USAC Scholarship Coordinator at scholarships@usac.unr.edu.

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