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  • Locations: Nagoya, Japan
  • Program Terms: Academic Year, Fall, Spring
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Program Sponsor: IES 
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Academic Year 2021-2022 01/22/2021 02/05/2021 TBA TBA
Fall 2021 01/22/2021 02/05/2021 TBA TBA
Spring 2022 01/22/2021 02/05/2021 TBA TBA
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Affiliate Language of Instruction: English, Japanese
Minimum GPA: 3.0 Areas of Study: Art, Asian Studies, Business Administration, Economics, English, History, Political Science, Religion, Sociology
Faculty Director or Program Advisor: Caitlynne Goodlett - Rinker Center for Study Away & International Education, Shusuke Yagi - Asian Studies and Modern Languages & Literatures Applicable Financial Aid: Federal Aid, Furman Institutional Aid, Furman Merit Based Scholarships, State Aid, Study Away Scholarship, Work Study
Internship: No Foreign Language Immersion: Yes
Prerequisites: Yes Type of Course Credit: Transfer credit
Credit Hours Per Term: 12-18 credits Housing: Dormitory/ Residence Hall, Host Family/ Home Stay
Program Features: Language Immersion Linked course in spring semester required for participation: No
Program Description:

Students may apply for this program through the page: Study Away in Japan: Exchanges and Affiliates


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Nagoya Direct Enrollment - Nanzan University

Program Overview

Tradition meets modernity in the thriving Japanese city of Nagoya. Countless cultural traditions began in Nagoya and have been passed down through generations—the city is referred to as Geidokoro, a center for art and culture. Don't miss the rituals and festivals that take place at temples and shrines in the Nagoya area.

Immerse yourself in Japanese culture through full-time enrollment at the Center for Japanese Studies (CJS) at Nanzan University. As a distinguished private university, Nanzan University offers excellent learning opportunities. In addition to a required intensive Japanese language class, you will choose from a range of CJS English-taught course offerings in Business, Humanities, and Social Sciences, and enjoy hands-on instruction in Japanese arts such as ikebana, shodo, hanga, and sumie. Students with very advanced language skills are encouraged to enroll in seminars taught in Japanese with local students.

Visit www.IESabroad.org for complete program details.

Why Nagoya?

Yearning to immerse yourself in Japanese language and history near the heart of cultural japan? Join us in Nagoya. The fourth-largest city and the hub of Japanese manufacturing industries in Japan has plenty of festivals, traditional arts, and sports to enjoy. Be sure to visit Nagoya Castle and Atsuta Shrine, two beautiful and culturally significant landmarks, to help you gain a better understanding of Nagoya.

Student Life

We strive to make sure you feel safe, cared for, and at home while you’re away from home. Whether it’s the orientation program that makes you feel prepared, your housing that is well-located and comfortable, the cultural events that make it easy and fun to meet other international and local students, or the field trips and walking tours that take you to places tourists don’t usually see—we’re all about our student service. Learn more about the day-to-day studying abroad on this program. From field trips to housing, it’s all on IES Abroad’s website.

Scholarships & Aid

IES Abroad firmly believes that financial limitations should not prevent a qualified student from participating in an IES Abroad program. That's why we commit $5 million in study abroad scholarships and aid, all offered through one quick and easy application. Check out all of our scholarship options at www.IESabroad.org/aid.

Aid Application Deadlines:
Summer – April 1
Fall/Academic Year – May 1
Spring/Calendar Year – November 1

The IES Abroad Difference

We can say that our academic standards are completely unmatched, our partnerships with more than 500 global universities and colleges speak to the quality of our programs, and our health and safety practices have set the standards for the entire field of study abroad. And all of that would be true…. But what really sets us apart is our commitment to you. As a not-for-profit study abroad and internship provider, you are our bottom line. Your success is our success. And in today’s world, that’s a pretty extraordinary thing.

  • 135+ Award-Winning Study Abroad and Internship Programs
  • 33 Global Locations
  • Advising & Student Support from predeparture to after you return home
  • Strong Commitment to Diversity & Inclusion
  • $5+ Million in Aid and Scholarships
  • Passionate, Mission-Focused Staff and Faculty from our headquarters in Chicago to our Centers around the world
  • 70 Years of Experience

About IES Abroad

Founded in 1950, IES Abroad is a not-for-profit academic consortium of more than 260 top-tier American colleges and universities, with more than 240 additional partner universities worldwide. IES Abroad provides premier study abroad and internship programs around the world through IES Abroad, IES Internships, IES Abroad Customized & Faculty-Led Programs, and The Study Abroad Foundation. With more than 400 study abroad programs in 85 locations worldwide, the organization creates authentic global education opportunities for thousands of students annually. IES Abroad has nearly 140,000 alumni who have benefited from studying in IES Abroad programs since its inception. Discover more about what we offer with all of our programs.

More Information:
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Furman Information

How to Apply
 

Students may apply for this program through the page: Study Away in Japan: Exchanges and Affiliates


Submit a study away application to Furman University by Furman’s application deadline. Applicants will meet with a representative from the Study Away office for an interview. If accepted by Furman, students will be pre-approved and will apply directly to the affiliate program. Students must successfully complete the affiliate program's application and be accepted by the affiliate program to participate.

Once accepted by the affiliate program, students must submit a Transfer Credit Authorization Form to the Registrar at Furman in order to be pre-approved to receive credit for classes taken abroad. Please contact the Registrar at Furman if you have questions related to the form.
 

Transfer Course Grades and Academic Credits:

  • Taught by instructors from a host institution
  • Grades are not factored into the Furman GPA
  • A grade of at least a C- (or the equivalent) must be achieved in order for the academic credits to transfer into Furman University
  • Students who earn a grade (or equivalency) below a C- will not earn Furman academic credit for a course taken at another institution
  • Course credits that are transferred into Furman will count toward the overall 128 credits needed for graduation
  • Pass/No pass and auditing are not permitted during study away programs
  • Withdrawing from a course requires permission from Furman University and the host institution since the student visa is contingent upon enrollment in the hosting institution.
  • It is important to put in effort for transfer courses because students who apply for graduate school or professional schools are required to produce transcripts from all institutions of higher education which they have attended. A graduate school might recalculate the grades earned abroad into a student’s cumulative undergraduate GPA. Furman does not transfer in grades because students are adapting to a new educational styles, systems, and grading methods.
 

Furman Costs & Scholarships


Program Fee
Students will pay Furman semester tuition, room, and board plus a $250 study away program fee. Students must complete a Consortium Agreement in order to have their Federal, State and Furman financial aid applied toward the semester cost of the study abroad program. Questions about financial aid should be directed toward the Financial Aid Office.

Deposit
To confirm participation in a study away program, a non-refundable $500 deposit (which applies toward the study away program fee) is due two weeks after acceptance. This deposit is put toward the total cost of the program.  The final payment deadline will be specified in the Financial Agreement associated with the program. 

Study Away Need-Based Scholarships
Need-based study away scholarships are available. Applicants must have a current FAFSA form on file at Furman University to be eligible. Priority is given to students who have not previously participated in a study away program. Townes, Duke, and Hollingsworth Scholars will have their one-time study away stipend applied to their first study away program.

If you wish to apply for additional aid through TEAN, you will be able to do so through the TEAN website and application.

Program Fee Exclusions
Review your semester Budget Sheet for the breakdown of included costs and additional fees for your program.

Flights: You are responsible for all costs associated with flights to and from the program.
 
Visas: You are responsible for all costs associated with obtaining a visa. This may include initial cost, travel, or if you decide to expedite your visa. Furman does not guarantee that a visa will be granted or processed on time. The visa process can only be completed 90 days before the departure date. If you are participating in multiple programs, make sure you have time to return to the United States to complete the visa requirements for each country. Check with your host country consulate if it is possible to travel before or after the start or end of your program.

Non U.S./Canadian citizens: You may need a VISA in order to enter the country. Please check with your home country consulate and the Consulate General’s Office about special documentation requirements before departure. This process can be quite lengthy requiring 2 to 3 months to complete.

U.S. School of Record Transcript:  You are responsible for all costs associated with obtaining a U.S. School of Record from your program.

HEALTH & SAFETY
The Rinker Center for Study Away and International Education reviews all study away programs on an annual basis, and more frequently as needed, to plan for and mitigate risks associated with the health and safety of participants while traveling. In this day and age, nothing is risk-free. Students and faculty are instructed to remain vigilant and cautious at all times and will receive additional instructions during a mandatory pre-departure orientation session and on-site orientation programming. When students commit to a study away program, they are asked to self-disclose personal information - which may include allergies, medications, disabilities, mental health conditions, medical concerns, and past medical histories. This information is shared with the faculty directors and study away staff for use during medical emergencies, and in an effort to be aware of and plan for situations that may arise or accommodations that are needed while students are away from Furman's campus resources. It is extremely important for students to be transparent and forthcoming about their concerns, needs, and medical histories prior to the start of the program as well as during the program. Furman University contracts with Educational and Institutional Insurance Administrators (EIIA) to provide medical and emergency services to students while traveling abroad on Furman study away programs.

According to U.S. Department of State Travel Advisery for Japan, students should normal precautions. Crime against U.S. citizens in Japan is generally low and usually involves personal disputes, theft, or vandalism.The tourism industry is generally regulated and rules with regard to best practices and safety inspections are regularly enforced. It is encouraged for students to enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive Alerts and make it easier to locate you in an emergency, follow the Department of State on Facebook and TwitterReview the Crime and Safety Report,  and review the Traveler’s ChecklistStudents should review the Center for Disease Control Information for Japan to review the recommended vaccines and medicine.