Study Abroad in Asia

Shanghai University

Shanghai, China
Students can study abroad at the largest municipal university in the city of Shanghai. This diverse university has more than 10,000 international students from 76 countries. SHU has more than 55 undergraduate programs and 85 graduate programs, including liberal arts, international business, fine arts, computer science and many more. Courses in English are offered and include marketing strategy, finance, communication skill, Asian economics, Chinese language classes and several others. The program offers active out-of-classroom learning experiences and trips include visiting the Museum of Chinese Martial Arts, Oriental Pearl and even enjoying a Huangpu River Cruise. For more information about the program, click here.

Hosei University 

Hosei, Japan
The Global Human Resource Development program at Hosei University offers various classes including courses taught in English about Japanese society, the Japanese language, marketing in Japan, and even culture and tourism. For those interested in learning more about the Japanese language, Japanese classes are divided into six levels from basic communication to the advanced level. Students with high proficiency have the option of taking regular Japanese faculty classes. Extracurricular learning opportunities include joining the Japanese old instrument club, instruction on the Japanese food culture, attending tea ceremonies and many more. For more information, click here.
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