Educational program outline (Nagoya University)
Selection of exchange students
Year 2, first half
Education at the Faculty of Law, Nagoya University, in preparation for the year abroad, with a focus on the political and legal systems in the students' home countries and foreign language skills
Year 2 August – Year 3 July
Education at the host university in China or Korea; completion of required courses (in 6 subjects totaling 12 credits in China or 18 credits in Korea) and a range of elective courses offered at the host university in English, and either Chinese or Korean
Credits obtained by students during this period are added, as far as possible, to the total number of credits required for graduation from the Faculty of Law, Nagoya University; however, the maximum number of credits the student can obtain is fixed for each semester.
The program participants are expected to have acquired the levels of foreign language skills as described below at the time of graduation.
- English: PBT TOEFL 620, TOEIC 900
- Chinese (when applicable): HST written examination Grade 4
- Korean (when applicable): General Korean Proficiency Examination Grade 4
Program participants are required to complete courses in the following subjects during their year abroad to complete the Program.
- Introductory courses
- Introductory subjects in Law and Political Science (one subject each)
- Foreign language skills
- Subjects related to the host country language (two subjects)
- International community
- Subjects related to law and politics in East Asia (one subject each)
Characteristics of Program education
The Quality Assurance Council, comprised of members representing the participating universities, confirm the content, course requirements and other matters of required and elective courses provided by the participating universities, so as to ensure the quality of education in the Program.
Accreditation for graduation
Academic credits obtained by students of the Faculty of Law, Nagoya University at their host universities during the year abroad are recognized as far as possible as credits required for graduation so that the students will not need to delay their graduation.