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Group experience led by SBU faculty
June 1 - June 30, 2013*
*Based on Summer 2012 information and is subject to change. When the updated information becomes available, it will be posted on this site.
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This four week total immersion program is hosted by the Mishima campus of Nihon
University. Students have the opportunity to live and attend classes under the shadow
of Mt. Fuji, the symbol of Japan. Prior to departure, students will receive
an intensive four day orientation.
During the Edo period, Mishima was an important post-town on the Tokaido Highroad,
which connected Kyoto to Tokyo. Hiroshige Ando, a famous woodblock print artist,
depicted Mishima as one of the 53 stages of the Tokaido Highroad. In addition to
its rich cultural history, Mishima is only one hour from Tokyo by bullet train.
- Overnight excursion to Tokyo
- Visits to local museums and cultural sites
- Activities with Nihon University students
- Home stay with Japanese families
Students will select 6 to 9 credits from the following:
- JPN 111 Elementary Japanese I – 4 credits
- JPN 211 Intermediate Japanese I – 3 credits
- JPN 311 Advanced Japanese I – 3 credits
- AAS 216 Introduction to Japanese Studies (DEC J) – 3 credits
- AAS 487 Supervised Research in Asian and Asian-American Studies
- ANT 311 Immersion in Another Culture (DEC J) – 3 credits
Participants live with a host family
International coverage through the SUNY provider, HTH Worldwide, is mandatory and included in the Program Fee
- $60 Application Processing Fee
- $200 Administrative Fee (non-refundable)
- Tuition costs: $232 per credit for New York residents, $675 per credit for non-residents
- $2,100 Program Fee: (includes housing, two meals per day, group excursions, and international health insurance)
- Airfare: All participants will fly as a group with the program director. Upon acceptance, students will be given the necessary flight information and will purchase tickets individually. Students are encouraged to book early to secure the best price.
- Language proficiency is NOT required.
- All undergraduates in good academic standing (2.0 GPA or higher) may apply..
- March 15,2013
- Applicants will be contacted to schedule an interview with the Program Director after the deadline. Admissions decisions will be sent via e-mail in early- to mid-April.
- Late applications considered at the Program Director’s discretion.
Program Director (learn more about Eva Nagase
Asian and Asian American Studies
1125 Humanities Building
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY 11790-5354
Study Abroad Advisor
International Academic Programs and Services
Stony Brook University
E5340 Melville Library
Stony Brook, NY 11794