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Temple University: Japanese Language Program

Temple University

Program Overview:
Fall/Spring/Academic Year
The Temple University Japan (TUJ) study abroad program offers U.S. undergraduates the opportunity to study in Tokyo for a semester, summer, or full academic year alongside bilingual Japanese and other international students. The academic program is comprised of an extensive liberal arts curriculum that includes Japanese language instruction for both native and non-native speakers, and upper level courses in American Studies, Art, Art History, Asian Studies, Communications, Economics, History, International Affairs, Political Science, Psychological Studies, Religion and Sociology. With the exception of Asian language classes, all courses are conducted in English. Temple University Japan is located in the Minami Azabu district in central Tokyo. TUJ occupies eight floors of a modern office building; the facilities include classrooms, the library, computer labs with Internet access, a writing center, an audio/video center, a language lab, faculty offices, and a student lounge.

Summer Programs Courses:
- Asian Studies Summer Session (May 14 - July 31)
- Graphic Design and Digital Photography (May 14 - June 28)
- Urban Culture Workshop (May 14 - June 27)
- Visual Anthropology (May 14 - June 27)

Prpgram Fees and Costs (Undergraduate)
- PA Resident $312/credit and $2800 for Japan Fee
- Non Resident $530/credit and $2800 for Japan Fee

*Japane Fee includes housing and orientation activities.

2004-2005 Academic Calender:
Fall 2004: August 25- December 12
Spring 2005: January 5- April 17

Tuition, Fees* and Housing:
PA residents: $4,317 + $4,000- 4,500
Non-residents: $7,697 + $4,000- 4,500

* based on 2003-2004 tuition

For brochure and application, please contact
Temple University International Programs
200 Tuttleman Learning Center
1809 North 13th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Tel: (215) 204-0720
Toll Free: (877) 256-6913
Fax: (215) 204-0729

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