Kyoto University Summer 2022 Virtual Program

The KU Summer Program’s core curriculum aims to develop an understanding of the political, cultural, historical, social and ecological issues facing Japan. The program will consist of an introduction to the University, Japanese language classes (Elementary, Intermediate and Advanced), academic lectures (offered in both English and Japanese), cultural components, discussion sessions, a final presentation and completion ceremony. Applicants will be selected from Kyoto University’s various partner universities in East Asia, Europe, North America, Africa and Southeast Asia.

Approximately 3 outstanding students from the Kyoto Consortium for Japanese Studies and its member institutions including Columbia University/Barnard College, Boston University, Brown University, University of Chicago, Cornell University, Emory University, Harvard University, Princeton University, Stanford University, Washington University in St. Louis, Yale University and the University of Virginia will be accepted by KU for this program.

This is a non-credit program. No tuition fees are required.

Visit the Kyoto University Summer 2022 Virtual Program website for eligibility and application requirements and to access the application form.