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Program A Kanazawa University Student Exchange Program (KUSEP)

Term

 One year beginning in October

Eligible

 Students of Kanazawa University's partner institutions

Number of Students to be accepted

 appx. 40

Outline

 KUSEP is a short-term program, offering Japanese language classes, as well as classes lectured in English on Japanese culture and issues, and on students' major subjects. Students in the field of science and engineering will be able to earn credits through research in that field by participating in KUEST.

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Program B Kanazawa University Japanese Language and Culture Program

Term

 One year beginning in October

Eligible

 Students of Kanazawa University's partner institutions

Number of Students to be accepted

 appx. 20

Outline

 This program aims to provide students from overseas with an opportunity to improve their proficiency in the Japanese language and to deepen their understanding of Japanese culture and society. Students are required to complete a research project.

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Program C Kanazawa University Human and Social Sciences Short-term Exchange Program

Term

 Six months or one year beginning in April or October

Eligible

 Students of Kanazawa University's partner institutions

Number of Students to be accepted

 -

Outline

 Students are admitted in one of the colleges of Human and Social Sciences (undergraduate level) or Graduate School of Human and Socio-Environmental Studies at Kanazawa University. They attend classes following the curriculum of Kanazawa University, and/or study in their major fields at a graduate school. Since classes are in Japanese, high proficiency in Japanese is required in order to attend classes. However, if they wish to pursue their research in one of the graduate schools, students can be instructed in English.

*For detail, Please inquiry to the International Student Section, Global Affairs Section, Kanazawa University.

Program D Kanazawa University Semester Program

Term

 Six months beginning in April or October (or One quarter beginning in October)

Eligible

 Students of Kanazawa University's partner institutions

Number of Students to be accepted

 appx. 12

Outline

 The Semester Program is a half-year program with credit transfer.

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Program E Kanazawa University Student Exchange Program for Science and Technology (KUEST)

Term

 Six months or one year beginning in April or October

Eligible

 Students of Kanazawa University's partner institutions

Number of Students to be accepted

 appx. 13

Outline

 KUEST is a special, one-year program that enables students to learn the Japanese language, culture and society while carrying out their chosen research in the fields of science and engineering. We provide students with opportunities to carry out their chosen research at a laboratory under the guidance of an academic advisor.

Intensive Japanese Language Program

Term

 Six months beginning in April or October

Eligible

 Japanese government scholarship holders (research students or teacher trainee students) at the graduate level who have been accepted to study Japanese at Kanazawa University

Number of Students to be accepted

 -

Outline

 This is a six-month intensive course designed mainly for Japanese government scholarship holders (research students or teacher trainee students) at the graduate level to provide them with the Japanese they require for their research in Japan. It is held in the spring and autumn semesters.

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J-K Joint Program for Science & Engineer

Term

 Four years at minimum after six months preparatory education beginning in October

Eligible

 Korean students who have graduated (or are about to graduate) high school and who intend to study engineering or science as undergraduates

Number of Students to be accepted

 -

Outline

 This program accepts students directly into Kanazawa University from the beginning of their preparatory education.

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