Why do you think foreigners learn Japanese? The reasons vary, so there’s no short answer. However, you can find topics suited to the School of Interdisciplinary Science and Innovation within those reasons why. For example, one person might learn Japanese in order to study Japan’s technologies for tackling environmental problems. Another might learn Japanese in order to tackle poverty in their own country in partnership with a Japanese organization. Thus, language education is linked to a variety of issues across the globe. Why not join the School of Interdisciplinary Science and Innovation so that you can think about solving the world’s problems from the perspective of language education?
Courses in charge
Lecture Series（Reflective Courses）
Basic Project for Interdisciplinary Science and Innovation,Project for Interdisciplinary Science and Innovation（Collaborative Courses）