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Asunto:NoticiasdelCeHu 780/03 - Cultural Studies in Japan
Fecha:Jueves, 19 de Junio, 2003  16:40:58 (-0300)
Autor:Humboldt <humboldt @............ar>

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NCeHu 780/03

HOKKAIDO TOKAI UNIVERSITY
 
School of International Cultural Relations
 
The School of International Cultural Relations aims at providing students with the ability to adjust themselves to the changing world in the midst of rapid internationalization at the end of the twentieth century.@The major purpose of our education, therefore, lies in understanding the current state of the world, in which all humankind should live together peacefully and equally.@ The school has one department, that of International Cultural Relations. The department, in turn, offers two courses: Comparative Culture , and Intercultural Communications.@These two courses of study are supplementary to each other, and place emphasis on the teaching of practical languages.@ The course of Comparative Culture also emphasizes characteristic regional cultures, while Intercultural Communications takes up the process of language and information exchange, and the system of international relations as its major field of study. Both courses are designed to turn out internationally minded students.@Lastly, the graduation thesis helps students to become familiar with each respective discipline.

Course of Comparative Culture

In this course, students can expect to study cross-sectionally and interdisciplinary various areas in comparison with Japan.@Our course offers area studies and specialized studies in culture, society, politics, and economics in many countries.@Students may take courses willingly and freely; their junior and senior years, specialized, small-group seminars are offered on five areas: North-East Asia, North Europe, West Europe, the Pacific Rim, and also a unique seminar on northern sports.
www.htokai.ac.jp