Study World Politics, Economics, Language, Culture, History / School of International Relations, University of Shizuoka

University of Shizuoka

School of International Relations
Graduate School of International Relations

International Behavioral Sciences Course

Here students turn various questions of society, culture, and communication into answers.

・What’s going on with the world’s different regional cultures and customs?

・How will my life and society change due to the globalization?

・With the IT revolution, how will communication change in the future?

・How do I best communicate with people whose language and culture are different from mine?

・With our low birth rate and aging society, where is society heading? What will be our concept of "family?"

・Why are ethnic conflicts unceasing?

・What is important to building a crimeless society?

・Why do people tend to assert themselves? Why do we enjoy self-searching?

・What can we do to make Japanese society easier to live in for non-Japanese people?

African cooking experience
African cooking experience
Seminar Background
Seminar Background
Social research methodology practicum (leads to obtaining the social researcher qualification)
Social research methodology practicum
(leads to obtaining the social researcher qualification)

Department of International Relations

  • International Politics & Economics Course
  • International Behavioral Sciences Course
  • Department of International Relations / Approaching International Relations from the perspective of politics, economics, and global studies.
  • Department of Languages and Cultures / Study the regions of Japan, Asia, America, and Europe through language and culture.

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