UNO-Japan: Study at Doshisha University Program

May 26-June 29, 2013

Undergraduate students: spend 5 weeks in the heart of Kyoto this summer and earn 6 college credits!

The 2013 UNO-Japan: Study at Doshisha University Program is a 5-week summer program designed for participants to learn Japanese Literature, History, and Language while living in Kyoto, an ancient capital of Japan.

Course offerings: Students choose two courses from the following:

* Basic Japanese II
* Intermediate Japanese II
* Mad Monks and Machiya: A Cultural History of Kyoto
* Geisha & Other Icons: Exploring Japanese Culture
* Ghosts, Monsters, and Spirits: Horror and the Uncanny in a
Japanese Context

Dates: May 26-June 29, 2013 (5 weeks)

Cost: $4,395.00

Includes: TUITION, HOUSING, weekday LUNCHES on campus, a FIELD TRIP,
a 1-MONTH BUS PASS for the city of Kyoto!

Earn 6 college credit hours (fully transferable, check with your advisor
for the course equivalency). Open to anyone over 18 years of age at the
time of departure who meet the UNO admissions requirements.

No previous knowledge of the Japanese language required.

The program has been very well received by previous students – several of
them have participated twice!

For more information, please visit our website at:, or e-mail us at:

Also, feel free to “like” us on Facebook:

We hope you will join us this summer!

For more information, contact:

Mary I. Hicks
Program Director
UNO-Japan: Study at Doshisha University
Division of International Education
(504) 280.6388 – tel
(504) 280.7317 – fax

About Paula

Paula lives in the vortex of academic life. She studies medieval Japanese history.
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