Keio University Exchange, Tokyo, Japan
Students have the opportunity to take classes through the Keio International Program or the Japanese Language Program. 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. Most courses are taught in English and Japanese. Browse the Student Exchange Program section of the Keio University website, including details on the Keio International Program and the Japanese Language Program.
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The Keio Exchange is administered by staff at Boston University. A program manager oversees the admissions and pre-departure procedures, and maintains contact with students prior to their arrival in Tokyo. The Boston office also houses administrative personnel who are responsible for everyday operations.