INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE PROGRAM

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Ritsumeikan University

The history of Ritsumeikan dates back to 1869 when Prince Kinmochi Saionji, an eminent international statesman of modern Japan, founded “Ritsumeikan” as a private academy on the site of the Kyoto Imperial Place. Today, Ritsumeikan University offers a wide range of courses in advanced studies at its Kinugasa Campus in Kyoto and Biwako-Kusatsu Campus BKC in Shiga.

Program: Student Exchange

Duration:

1 semester

Minimum GPA:

3.00

Tuition:

paid at home

institution

Quota:

2 students /semester

Minimum TOEFL:

79 (IBT)

Living cost:

JPY 90,000 – 120,000

/month

Deadlines:

mid April (for Fall

semester) and end of October (for Spring semester)

Minimum IELTS:

6.0 overall, no band

under 6.0

 

Insurance:

  Entry Requirements 

  • Students must be officially nominated by the home institution.
  • Student must complete the application documents, which consist of application form, certificate of physical condition, and Certificate of Eligibility.

Fees and Living Cost                 

Tuition fee                          waived by host institution, paid at home institution

Living cost                           JPY 90,000 – 120,000 /month

Details:

Accommodation                  JPY 30,000 – 60,000 /month Meals        JPY 30,000 /month
Miscellaneous                     JPY 30,000 /month

Credit Transfer

Ritsumeikan University

 

Grade

 

IUP-IR

 

Grade

A+ 90-100% A Amat Baik
A 80-89% A
B 70-79% B+ Baik
C 60-69% B/C
F <59% E Gagal

Courses Offered                           

(2 credits at Ritsumeikan University = 2 SKS at UGM)

Theories of International Relations

Politics for Global Studies

Economics for Global Studies

Sociology for Global Studies

International Law

Security Studies

Global Political Economy

Global Environmental Issues

Development Studies

Media and Society

Peace Studies Seminar

Introduction to Humanities

International Organization

International Human Rights

Peace and Conflict Studies

International Finance

Topics in Identity

Foreign Relations of Japan

United States Politics and Foreign Policy

Introduction to the United Nations

Introduction to Peace Studies

Introduction to Gender Studies

Modern World History

Advanced Topics in IR

 Global Civil Society and Development

 Southeast Asian Studies

 Contemporary China

 Korean Studies

 Race and Ethnicity in the Modern World

 International Trade and Investment

 International Migration