Revealing the big picture of information society

At the School of Information and Communication, students research the modalities of people and society in this computerized era in which digitization and networking has advanced in various fields, to equip them with the abilities to choose from an overflow of information and transmit that information through their own expressions.


  • Information culture theory
  • Art culture

Other research themes at the School of Information and Communication

  • Studies in information and communication
  • Media theory
  • Organizational communication
  • Intercultural communication
  • Information society theory
  • Media sociology
  • Gender studies


Ms. Zong Mingying

Ms. Zong Mingying
Shanghai, China
School of Information and Communication

Q. Why did you choose Japan and Meiji University?

I like the Japanese behavior with good manner and polite attitude since I visited Japan when I was a child. Also, I became interested in Japanese fashion at that time. After I studied at Japanese language school for one year, I passed the entrance exam for foreign students of Meiji University. There are two main reasons why I chose Meiji University. First, it has produced many famous persons who play active parts in various fields. Next, I wanted to study Media Informatics in the School of Information and Communication where I belong to right now.

Q. How do you like studying in Meiji University?

Foreign students are required to take Japanese language classes, so you can keep learning Japanese after you enter the university. It is a good system because even though you have learned enough to speak Japanese, you may need to study reading and writing Japanese yet. Thanks to the help of the staffs at School of Information and Communication Office, I enjoy the campus life and the worries that I had before has disappeared.