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Applications closed for 2016. Request Info to receive updates for 2017.

Kyoto, Japan
May 29 - July 2, 2016


New this year: Online Intro Week beginning May 22 - 28, 2016

We are no longer accepting applications for summer 2016. Fill out an info request to receive updates on the 2017 program!

We are looking forward to another successful summer in Kyoto. See y'all there!

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      2015 Participants at Ginkakuji  

"I'm nearly unable to find the words to express how enriching it was. The cultural learning, the people I met, the unbelievable places and artwork I saw-- everything. Every single day was a learning experience and one of great beauty and fun."
- 2012 Program Participant



After seven successful years of the UNO-Japan: Study at Doshisha University summer program in Kyoto, Japan, we are looking forward to another great summer in 2016! One of the most picturesque, historically and culturally rich cities in Japan, Kyoto serves as the perfect backdrop for students to learn about Japanese history, cinema, culture, society, and language! Open to university students from around the US, the UNO-Japan: Study at Doshisha University program has something for just about everyone!


This five-week adventure is in the city of Kyoto, where students learn and live in the cradle of Japanese civilization. Join us for the summer of 2016 and take advantage of a unique opportunity to study where cultures merge and history emerged. The ancient capital of Japan, Kyoto has a rich tradition in the arts, literature, and language. Participate with other students in a fascinating journey of excitement and discovery. Each of two courses carry three hours of credit and emphasize the exploration of this culturally-rich world. Field trips that include a day in Kyoto plus visits to Osaka (historically the commercial capital of Japan) and Nara (the capital of Japan from 710-784) are offered as part of the program. Don't wait! Sign up today and join other students on the adventure of a lifetime.

    2015 Participants at Osaka Castle  


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Office telephone: (504) 280-6388; or UNOJapan@uno.edu

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