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  • Locations: Nagasaki, Japan
  • Program Terms: Academic Year, Fall, Spring
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Program Sponsor: USAC 
  • Restrictions: U of A applicants only
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year U of A Application Deadline U of A Decision Date Start Date End Date
Fall 2024 04/01/2024
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Rolling Admission 09/11/2024 02/08/2025
Academic Year 2024-2025 04/01/2024
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Rolling Admission 09/11/2024 08/06/2025
Spring 2025 11/01/2024 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** If you are applying for an external program, please note the U of A application deadline listed may be different than the external program provider's application deadline.

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Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Study Abroad Advisor: Bumpers College: Miranda Behrends, College of Architecture & Design: Brian Poepsel, College of Education & Health Professions: Miranda Behrends, College of Engineering: Madison Barnes, Fulbright College: Katie Sabo, Walton College: Kat Stoddard Type of Program: External
Credit Hours Available: Between 12-18 Credit Hours Area of Study: Anthropology, Business (General), English, Fine Art, History, Humanities, Japanese
Program Duration: Academic Year, Semester Credit Type: Transfer Credit
Language Courses Offered: Yes Language of Instruction: English, Japanese
Open to non-U of A students?: No Open to Graduate Students?: No
Click here for a definition of this term Automatic Discounts: $385/any term, STAB Scholarship Housing Options: Dorm, Homestay
COVID-19 Vaccination: Vendor strongly recommends (USAC); https://studyabroad.uark.edu/pandemic-studyabroad/
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Study in Nagasaki, Japan
  • Live in a beautiful harbor city with a semitropical climate.
  • Join an overnight trip to Unzen National Park and a hot springs resort.
  • Choose from a range of Japanese society and culture courses taught in English and five levels of Japanese language.
  • Practice Japanese and make a friend with a Japanese conversation partner, who will help you adjust to your new home and introduce you to Japanese culture.

     
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Available Terms
Fall or Spring semester  
Yearlong 


Programs Of Study
Japanese Language and Japanese Studies

Language of Instruction
English /Portuguese

 
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