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Graduate School of Intercultural Communication

Graduate Program in Intercultural Communication

The Graduate School of Intercultural Communication offers its students instruction in how to make their own decisions and act on them, based on an interdisciplinary approach to communications between cultures. Four areas of study --- Language Communication, Interpreting and Translation, Intercultural Communication, and Environmental Communication - are subject to integrated research from a variety of perspectives. The goal is to establish a new way to study communications that can be carried over into future undertakings. The graduate school's curriculum was expanded in 2016 with the addition of the TESOL‒J Graduate Program, which equips students with knowledge and skills needed to engage in English language education in Japan.

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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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