Programs > Japanese Language
Tokyo’s Keio University has a proud history as Japan’s very first private institution of higher learning, which dates back to the formation of a school for Dutch studies in 1858 in Edo (now Tokyo) by founder Yukichi Fukuzawa. Since the school’s inception, the students of Keio have risen to the forefront of innovation in every imaginable academic field, emerging as social and economic leaders.
Tags: English Speaking, Exchange (for BU students only), Full Year Possible, Japanese Speaking, Spring, Tokyo
Focus: Art & Architecture, Asian & East Asian Studies, Business & Management, History, International Relations, Political Science
At the Kyoto Consortium for Japanese Studies (KCJS), an eight-credit course in Japanese language is offered each semester. Additional discipline-based courses in the humanities/social sciences are taught in English by Japanese and American professors.
Tags: English Speaking, Exchange (for BU students only), Fall, Full Year Possible, Japanese Speaking, Kyoto, Spring