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The Japan-Global Development Program (JGDP) is a newly established two-year master's program offered jointly by the GSIR and GSIM to provide students the opportunity to learn universal development and growth logic in the fields of politics, economy and management, using Japan's experiences in economic development and corporate growth as basic case materials. Read more
The MPhil in Japanese Studies is a two-year programme offered jointly by the Faculty of Oriental Studies and the Oxford School of Global and Area Studies that combines intensive language courses, three courses about Japan, research methods courses and a 30,000-word dissertation. Native speakers of Japanese take two additional courses about Japan. Read more
This is a twelve-month programme offered jointly by the Faculty of Oriental Studies and the Oxford School of Global and Area Studies that combines courses about Japan, an intensive language programme, a research methods course and a 12,000-word dissertation. Read more
The. International Development Program (IDP). has successfully been expanding since it was created in 1995 as one of the pioneer programs in the field of international development in Japan. Read more
The last 20 years have been a period of transition for Japan. The abrupt end in the early 1990s of Japan’s seemingly unstoppable economic growth plunged the nation into two decades of recession, which has in turn brought to the fore a range of social and political issues accumulated since the Second World War. Read more
SOAS offers the most comprehensive MA in Japanese Studies available anywhere in Europe. Students are able to choose modules that cover all of Japan’s historical periods, from the earliest to the present and ranging over the social and political sciences as well as humanities. Read more
IMAT is a dual-degree program managed jointly by APU and the Institute of Applied Material Flow Management (IFaS), an innovative research institute of the Trier University of Applied Sciences (Germany). Read more
The International University of Japan’s. MBA Program. was started in 1988 as the first US-style business school in Japan, offering all courses in English. It acquired certification in 2018 as an educational institution offering the highest standards of business education in the world from. Read more
The two-year language pathway is directed at students with a professional and academic interest in Japan. The intensive training in Japanese language aims at supporting students’ ability to tackle their disciplinary interests by engaging with written texts and in oral communication in Japanese. Read more
The. International Relations Program (IRP). provides a wide range of study in international relations. In the International Relations Program (IRP), students begins with the study of basic concepts and theories of international relations, diplomacy, security, and peace. Read more
First taught at Edinburgh in 1976, Japanese has developed to encompass a thriving postgraduate research programme. Covering a wide spectrum of interests, it also allows for joint supervision, should your research goals be interdisciplinary. Read more
Sophia University's Graduate Programme in Global Studies (GPGS) and the Department of Japan and Korea at SOAS University of London have launched a Dual Degree Program (DDP) which allows students to benefit from the combined resources of two of the world's leading institutions in Japanese Studies, located in two major global cities – Tokyo and London. Read more
TThis two-year degree includes a year in Japan. It leads to the double award of an LLM from the University of Sheffield and either an LLM or an MA in Comparative Political Studies from Doshisha University (Kyoto, Japan). Read more
The School of Geography and Environmental Sciences at Ulster University has a long established and successful record of teaching and research.
Ranked 1st in the world for development studies in the QS University World Rankings, there are few better places to study the global issues of our time than at The University of Sussex.
The School of History, Classics and Archaeology at the University of Edinburgh is one of the great world centres for the study of the human past.