Program Administrator: 
OSU
Location: 

Kyoto, Japan:
The Imadegawa campus is located on the site where Doshisha was founded in 1875. The campus buildings of the Meiji era are designated as cultural properties of national importance, yet harmonize with the modern buildings on the campus which were constructed in the Taisho and early Showa eras. These buildings stand as a living museum, a testament to the history and development of university education in Japan through the years from the Meiji era to the present day. About 12,000 students now study on this campus, which has a total area of 82,000 m².
This Kyotanabe campus was established in 1986. On the vast campus, which covers 790,000 m², are a number of modern school buildings equipped with advanced experimental and educational facilities. Their exterior walls are uniformly covered with brick tiles, which enable them to exist in harmony with the beautiful surrounding scenery. The campus houses the Learned Memorial Library incorporating a multi-media library, as well as a building for the Faculty of Engineering equipped with experimental facilities still rare in Japan, such as an NMR room, a clean room and an anechoic room. About 13,000 students now study on this campus.

Duration: 
Academic year
Fall/Winter Semester
Spring/Summer
Language: 
English
Japanese
Class Format: 
Classes Primarily with US and International Students
Housing: 
Residence Hall
Requirement: 

*Minimum completion of JPN 113, competion of JPN 213 strongly recommended
*Minimum 3.0 GPA

Program Details: 

Visit the Doshisha University website
More information on courses, Nichibun (Japanese language and culture) Program, housing, and general facts

Program Costs: 

OSU students pay OSU tuition & fees to participate in this exchange program. Contact the exchange program coordinator for more details.

Academic Emphasis: 
Anthropology
English
Ethnic Studies
Geography
History
Int'l Business
Japanese
Management
Sociology
Speech Comm.
Country: 
Japan