Use Global Lounge to your advantage
May 01, 2020
The Global Lounge was opened in 2014 on the Ikebukuro and Niiza campuses with the aim of developing students’ attitudes and mindsets as global citizens capable of working with people who have different values.
The Global Lounge hosts events in a relaxed atmosphere to encourage Japanese students to consider studying abroad and support those keen to interact with international students, who are growing in number at Rikkyo University.
Ikebukuro Campus: M2, McKim Hall (Building No. 15)
Niiza Campus: 1F, Building No. 8
Participants discuss a diverse range of topics, such as food sold at convenience stores and the World Cup.
This program helps participants learn foreign languages and about each other’s cultures and values.
A Mongolian student gives a presentation about her homeland.
Cross-cultural exchange events
Guest artists took part in a workshop on dyeing.
June 3-7, 2019
International Exchange & Authentic Japanese Culture Week gave Japanese and international students chances to exchange and experience Japanese culture together.
Encouraging students to study abroad
Guidance on studying abroad
A graduate talks at a lecture on studying abroad and career development.
Sessions about studying abroad
An international student on an exchange program introduces her alma mater to attendees.
Study Abroad Week was held to encourage students to study overseas.
* Photos are from events held in the 2018 academic year.
* The content of this article was correct as of the time of writing.
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