The sudden jump in hits we’ve gotten on our posts related to the Inter-University Center for Japanese Language Studies (IUC) tells me that acceptance letters probably just went out. Congratulations to the new class of IUC students! If you didn’t get in this year, don’t fret! I was personally assured by a professor on the application committee that they do remember when a person has previously applied and take that determination into consideration when they see a recurring applicant the following year. So don’t give up! IUC is definitely worth a second try.
If you’re interested in more information on the IUC curriculum, housing, and funding, check out our series of IUC articles:
- IUC Series: What is the Inter-University Center for Japanese Language Studies and (when) should I go?
- IUC Series: Housing – Monthly Mansion vs. Apartment
- IUC Series: The IUC Summer Program
- IUC Series: IUC-sponsored housing: Star Heights
- IUC Series: IUC-sponsored housing: Toriumi Haimu
- IUC Series: 10-month program (Part 1)
- IUC Series: 10-month program (Part 2)
- IUC Series: How can I fund my stay at the IUC?
- IUC Series: Former students – Where are they now?