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About IGS

Study integrated arts and sciences in Hiroshima, Japan

Students from all over the globe will learn together. They will develop intercultural communication competence, broad-mindedness, and cooperative skills to bring more peace to the world.

  1. Full-time 4-year undergraduate English program, which leads to Bachelor of Arts and Sciences.
  2. Language competence: Students will be competent in English and Japanese.
  3. Interdisciplinary arts and sciences education: Students will have a wider perspective when solving problems related global issues in society.
  4. Integrative perspectives and cooperative skills: Students will be able to think beyond nationality, region, religion, culture, and language.
  5. Careers after graduation: Students will be ready to work in Japan or abroad, or pursue academic careers at graduate schools.

 

What skills are needed for being active globally? Do you think only English skills are enough?

I think the most important skill is the ability to logically elaborate your thoughts to others with different thoughts and cultural backgrounds while at the same time sincerely respecting them.

IGS assembles students from all over the world and takes advantage of this to help you develop the knowledge and communication skills that are needed to be active globally.

Why don’t you join us at IGS?

Toshihiro Yamada, IGS Department Head

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