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  • China in the 21st Century

    Beijing, Shanghai, Xi'an, China
    This 3-week study abroad experience introduces students to the history, culture, and politics of China, with the goal of understanding its 21-century role in the world. We will encounter the vast sweep of Chinese history as we visit the Great Wall, the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, the Temple of Heaven, and the Summer Palace. We will explore art and culture at Beijing’s museums,... Read More
  • Global Business Analytics in China

    Beijing, Chengdu, Wuhan, China, Cambodia
    The program provides four courses for both business and non-business students who may choose any combination of two courses. The four courses are: Business Analytics II (COB 291) which is a required core course for any COB major Business Analytics in international business operations (IB 298) Travel Studies Seminar (HIST 391) Chinese (CHIN 101, 231, etc.) The courses of IB 298, HIST 391, and... Read More
  • Japan Education Study Abroad

    Sapporo, Higashikawa, Tokyo, Japan
    Japanese children score very high on tests, but what does their school day look like? How does the Japanese Education system actually work? What does it take to be a teacher in Japan? What are the differences between the Japanese and American educational systems? These are a few of the questions you will be able to answer after spending time in the local schools of Higashikawa. Every day in... Read More
  • The Art and Culture of Japan

    Hiroshima, Kyoto, Tokyo, Japan
    Immerse yourself in the rich, complex, artistic and cultural heritage of Japan. This program will start with class meetings at JMU's campus in the Spring of 2020 to consider and discuss the art history of Japan. During this period you will get to know your fellow students and the instructor as you gain a thorough grounding in both Japan's socio-political history and art history within a global... Read More
  • Second Year Japanese in Kyoto

    Kyoto, Osaka, Nara, Himeji, Tokyo, Japan
    Students will complete one entire year (six credits) of second year Japanese during the six-week program. This intensive course will meet four days per week, and for five hours each of these days. Kyoto has been ranked consistently by various travel magazines as one of the top cities in the world to visit. There are numerous attractions in the city, including hundreds of temples and shrines.... Read More
  • Southeast Asian Field Biology

    Kuching, Malaysia
    Are you excited about the idea of being wet, muddy, and working hard in the outdoors? Are you interested in conservation and the environment? Do you want to learn and work alongside peers from a different country and culture? Are you looking for some upper level Biology credit?  If so, consider coming to Borneo! In this course, students will learn and use field research skills to document... Read More
  • Health Communication & Development in Nepal

    Kathmandu, Nepal
    Through academic discussions coupled with field activities and interactions with local community and community-based organizations, the program will provide an opportunity for you to investigate the intersections of culture, health communication, social change, and development that are reshaping rural and urban communities. The program will also provide an opportunity to interact more closely... Read More
  • The History and Politics of East Asia

    Taipei City, Taiwan
    Students will have the opportunity to explore and take courses (while earning JMU credit) at one of JMU's partner institutions abroad - National Chengchi University (NCCU) in Taiwan. This international summer school offers English-taught academic courses in history and political science. In addition to the academic benefits, the program provides well designed excursions where students will be... Read More
  • Health Sciences Practicum in Vietnam

    Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
    Want on-the-job international preparation for our globalized world? Not sure where to complete your health practicum credit? This is the program for you. In this exciting new JMU program, students will be placed in a practicum in their chosen health related fields. Work at an NGO, hospital or healthcare organization as a community manager, activity planner, social media specialist, content... Read More
  • Universitas Katolik Parahyangan

    Bandung, Indonesia

  • Nanzan University

    Nagoya, Japan
    From modest beginnings as a College of Foreign Languages in 1946, Nanzan took the small step to a single Faculty of Arts and Letters in 1949 and has since grown into a full-fledged university with seven faculties and a worldwide reputation for academic excellence. The University has eleven centers dedicated to research, including three research institutes and four area studies centers. Nanzan... Read More
  • Hiroshima University

    Hiroshima, Japan
    Hiroshima University consists of 10 faculties and schools, Integrated Arts and Sciences, Letters, Education, Law, Economics, Science, Medicine, Dentistry, Engineering, Applied Biological Science, a number of graduate schools, research institutes and other centers. Hiroshima University is one of the biggest National Universities in Japan, with an enrollment of about 15,000 students, including... Read More
  • Ritsumeikan University

    Kyoto, Japan
    The Kinugasa Campus is located in northwestern Kyoto, a 1200 year old city rich in culture and art. Representative of Japanese learning and culture, Kyoto is a center for universities and university students. Kinugasa Campus is surrounded by such auspicious temples as Kinkakuji, Ryoanji, Ninnaji, and Tojiin, a suitably tranquil setting for research and learning. Kinugasa consists of six... Read More
  • Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University

    Beppu, Oita, Japan
    APU was established in April 2000 under the principals of “freedom, peace, and humanity”, “international mutual understanding” and “the future shape of the Asia Pacific region” thanks to the cooperation of Oita Prefecture, Beppu City, and many more supporters in Japan and around the world. APU is currently home to over 5,700 students from approximately 80... Read More
  • Kookmin University

    Seoul, Korea
    Surrounded by the Bukhan Mountain National Park, Kookmin University boasts a clean and green environment complimented by the most up-to-date educational facilities. Presently, Kookmin University consists of 23,000 students, 700 faculty and 300 staff members. There are 13 colleges and 14 graduate schools at Kookmin University. While preserving traditional values that have yielded success,... Read More
  • Kyung Hee University

    Seoul, South Korea
    Since its founding, Kyung Hee University has pursued the Kyung Hee Spirit of "Scholarship and Peace" as well as the founding principle of "creating a civilized world." For the past 62 years, the University has developed remarkably, contributing to the fulfillment of a "cultural world for humanity" as the leader of the future of academics and the creator of common values for humanity. In... Read More
  • Yonsei University

    Seoul, South Korea
    As the oldest private university in Korea, Yonsei University was first established in 1885 by Christian missionaries. Its spacious, quiet, well-wooded campus is located just 20 minutes away from downtown Seoul, in the Shinchon district. Shinchon is the core of Seoul's main tourist sights and shopping areas, and is the so-called "University Town." With a student population of approximately... Read More
  • National Chengchi University (NCCU)

    Taipei, Taiwan
    NCCU was founded in 1927 in China and relocated to Taiwan in 1954. It’s located in southern side of Taipei City, and only 20 minutes away from metropolitan districts. It is a leading university in Taiwan in the fields of Social Sciences, Humanities, International Relations, and Business. NCCU currently has 247 partner schools at the university level from 5 continents. It is a university... Read More
  • National Taiwan Ocean University

    Keelung City, Taiwan
    National Taiwan Ocean University (NTOU) was established in 1953 as Provincial Taiwan Maritime Technology College. Eleven years later, in 1964, it became a maritime college that offered bachelor's and master's degrees in various maritime fields. During this period, the college was supported by the Taiwan Provincial Government of the Republic of China. In 1979, it became a national institution,... Read More

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