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Degree Programs in English

What are the Degree Programs in English?

The Degree Programs in English (English Track Programs) are English-based degree programs in which all subjects are taught in English. Japanese language ability is not required. Meiji University offers a variety of English Track Programs as follows.

Undergraduate School

The School of Global Japanese Studies started its English Track program in 2011. In this program, all the subjects are taught in English and students can obtain a Bachelor of Global Japanese Studies degree in four years.

This program features a curriculum that focuses on contemporary Japanese studies. It contains three areas of concentration: Culture and Art, Business and Society, and Globalization. This curriculum also places emphasis on Japanese language education. A variety of Japanese language classes, from absolute beginner to upper-advanced, are offered and all these credits count towards graduation.

Graduate School (Master’s Course)

  • International Program in Architecture and Urban Design

I-AUD was launched in 2013 to train globally active professionals at the Nakano Campus of Meiji University. It is the first program in Tokyo to teach the field of advanced architecture and urban design in English. We aim to educate students to become skillful planners and designers who can act globally and professionally in international environments.

The three focus areas (Public Policy, International Development Policy, Community Planning and Management) of the Graduate School of Governance Studies aims at providing support to policy-making by government agencies and community residents through research and education in public policy studies.

Graduate School (Doctoral Course)

  • International Program in Architecture and Urban Design

I-AUD was launched in 2013 to train globally active professionals at the Nakano Campus of Meiji University. It is the first program in Tokyo to teach the field of advanced architecture and urban design in English. We aim to educate students to become skillful planners and designers who can act globally and professionally in international environments.

  • Mathematical Sciences Program
  • Frontier Media Science Program

Mathematical Sciences Program aims at understanding complex phenomena in nature, including economic and social phenomena.
Frontier Media Science Program designs human interface and frontier media systems by constructing mathematical and scientific models of human sensibility and psychology.
Our graduate school cultivates professionals with the ability to adaptively manage challenges which arise in modern society.

The school offers “Public Policy”, “International Development Policy”, and “Community Management” programs.
By completing the doctoral program, the students will have sufficient skills for conducting research on global environmental issues, poverty reduction, human rights, democratic states, community revitalization and crisis management.
The school nurtures students' knowledge and ability for succeeding as professional scholars in the academic sector, high-ranking policy-makers in the government sector, and experts at international and non-governmental organizations.