Kyoto Program Information Meeting
|When||November 27, 2018 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM|
|Where||Harper Memorial Library, Room 284|
|Contact Information||Study Abroad|
|Description||Prof. Susan Burns, the faculty director of the Kyoto program, and several alumni will be at the meeting to discuss the program and answer questions. |
This program offers an unsurpassed opportunity to:
* Take courses in Japanese culture, literature, politics, history, etc.
* Make significant progress in Japanese language
* Experience an historic and beautiful Japanese city
* Earn credit toward your Chicago degree
The Kyoto Program is designed for students with at least two years of Japanese language study (through JAPN 20300) and a desire to build upon this study through intensive language coursework at the advanced level (one year of Japanese plus an intensive summer language program will suffice). In addition to their language work students take courses, taught in English by a combination of American and Japanese scholars, on various Japanese and East Asian subjects. Kyoto itself, an historic shrine city and a continuing center of Japanese culture, a city largely undamaged by the Second World War, is a central attraction. For a student eager both to achieve a "personal best" in Japanese and to gain an extended experience of Japanese culture, the Kyoto Program is a brilliant opportunity.
What you should know about the Kyoto Program:
* It requires at least two years of Japanese.
* It is open to students from all majors.
* You remain registered at Chicago.
* You receive full credit for your work in Kyoto.
* You pay regular College tuition.
* You retain your financial aid eligibility.
* You learn tons.
* You have great fun.
|Persons with disabilities who need an accommodation in order to participate in this event should contact the event sponsor for assistance.|