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Graduate School of Intercultural Communication

Graduate Degree Program in Intercultural Communication

Communication is essential in the pursuit of a sustainable future where multiple cultures and languages coexist. This graduate school aims to build a new study of communication. Toward this goal, students will recognize various cultures of the world objectively; examine the cultures from various perspectives, including natural environment; and conduct integrated research in the four fields of language communication, interpreting and translation, intercultural communication, and environmental communication.

Graduate Degree Program in Language Sciences

Based on the new academic framework of intercultural communication studies, the program, from the perspectives of language science and language education, researches language, the human social relationships built through the introduction of language, and language transmission across generations and the mechanisms of language acquisition. The program cultivates experts equipped with a high level of language skills.


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Ikebukuro Campus(Public relations)
3-34-1 Nishi-Ikebukuro,Toshima-ku,
Tokyo Japan 171-8501
Niiza Campus(Niiza campus service division)
1-2-26 Kitano,Niiza-shi,
Saitama Japan 352-8558
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