Meijo University (Nagoya, Japan) offers the summer program (from June 27 – July 9th) during the summer of 2016.
Two professors–Dr. Yasumi Murata and Dr. Mami Futagami–from Meijo University visited Baruch College and gave an information session on March 3rd, 2016.
The summer program comes with several fee waivers and a scholarship for covering the expense for accommodation. Still, you need to cover the rest of the expenses (see below).
As the Baruch Japan Program, we will be able to send 3 students for the program. If you are interested in the program and seriously consider applying to the program, please familiarize yourself with the program first. And, then, please notify Professor Suzuki of your interest ASAP: SHIGERU.SUZUKI@baruch.cuny.edu.
The brochure is downloadable here:
This is the website for the 2015 Summer Program (last year). The website will be renewed very soon:
You are responsible for finding out the final amount of the expenses, but the estimated expenses for an individual student will be the followings:
- Transportation (Air tickets + domestic transportation in Japan)
- The accommodation: 30,000 yen (approx. $270 dollars). The accommodation expense is 80,000 yen (approx. $710) but the scholarship covers the amount of 50,000 yen (approx. $ 440). Therefore, you are responsible for the rest: 30,000 yen (approx. $270).
- 2-week travel insurance (mandatory)
- Several meals (lunch and dinner), although some meals are provided (see the brochure) + your private expenses for free time (souvenir, exploring the city, and others)