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About Temple Japan

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Study abroad programs overview

  • Semester, academic year and summer programs for U.S. undergraduates
  • Fall, spring, and 10-week summer semester study abroad students take classes alongside degree-seeking Japanese students, as well as other degree-seeking international students from over 60 countries
  • Courses include Japanese language at all levels, for native and non-native speakers, and courses in anthropology;  art; art history; Asian studies; communications studies; economics; history; international business studies; journalism; media studies and production; political science and psychology
  • Instruction is in English
  • Internship opportunities are available

About Temple University, Japan Campus

  • Tokyo campus of Temple University
  • Founded in 1982, Temple University Japan is the oldest and largest foreign university in Japan
  • First foreign university to be nationally recognized by Japan's Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
  • Enrollment is approximately 3,900 students per year (about 1,400 degree-seeking undergraduates; 200 graduate students; 2,000 students in non-degree programs)
  • Multinational student body

Participating institutions for study abroad

Study abroad students come from Temple University, as well as institutions across the U.S. View recently participating institutions.