Departure date from the U.S.A.
May 23, 2013
First day of classes
May 27, 2013
Last day of classes
June 21, 2013
Departure date from Japan
June 23, 2013
Students will have the opportunity to learn Japanese language while being fully immersed in the Japanese culture. Students will be living with a host family, which will allow them to experience Japanese life firsthand. Students will earn six units of academic credit.
All students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5, and have at least a one-year study of college level Japanese.
Nagoya: Despite being the fourth-largest city in Japan in terms of population, the city is known for being conservative and provincial. Its habitants know Nagoya as a pleasant place to live. One of the most famous sights in Nagoya is the Nagoya Castle, built in 1612.
Trident College of Languages is dedicated to quality language education for both Japanese and foreign students. Trident College of Languages is located in the center of Nagoya. Public transportation such as train and subway is only a short walk from the college. Students can travel easily to a variety of Nagoya cultural sites, shopping areas, and nightlife spots.
Trident College of Languages is dedicated to quality language education to both Japanese and foreign students. Trident College of Languages is located in the center of Nagoya. Public transportation such as train and subway is only a short walk from the college. Students can travel easily to a variety of Nagoya cultural sites, shopping areas, and nightlife spots.
|JAPA 2310||Intermediate Japanese I|
|JAPA 2320||Intermediate Japanese II|
|LING 4390||Applied Linguistics and Language Learning|
(Cost subject to change)
Cost includes the following:
|First Payment||$200.00||With application|
|Second Payment||$1,664.00||February 25, 2013|
|Third Payment||$1,664.00||March 25, 2013|
|Final Payment (Tuition)||$1,302.00||TBA|
*Deadline to submit application is January 25, 2013
(Information subject to change)
Participants may lose all or part of the deposit or total payment if cancellation occurs. The $200 application fee is non-refundable.
All Study Abroad Program payments, EXCEPT TUITION, can be made using either of the following two options:
After making your first payment, you are required to submit your online study abroad applicati
Students who fail to make the payments on time may be withdrawn from the program. A late charge of $50.00 will be required if payments are made after the deadlines established for the program, but in time for the student's enrollment to be maintained.
Payments cover the following
Once enrolled, students who tranfer to another program may do so by obtaining the required approvals and by paying $25.00 fee.
Once the program has officially started will we not accept any course changes. All courses are final.
Participants may lose all or part of the total payment (excluding tuition* fees made) if cancellation** occurs.
*Tuition fees will be reimbursed following the University policy
**The $200.00 application fee is non-refundable.
Texas State faculty and the Study Abroad Office recommend that participants purchase trip/cancellation/delay/interruption insurance to cover any necessary change in plans that may occur.
For information and application materials for the International Education Fee Scholarship, please click here. The IEFS application deadline is November 28, 2012.
Dr. Mayumi Moriuchi
Texas State Department of Modern Languages
Program pending approval and subject to change