Department of International Languages & Cultures
Regional study of Britain, the United States, Europe,
Asia, or Japan through language and culture
The majors in International Languages and Cultures teach and explore the language, history, philosophy, and history of the world’s major regions to promote mutual international understanding. To achieve this, we examine language as a means of communication and the culture from which this language is inseparable.
By reexamining culture from an international perspective, we cultivate the ability to coexist with people from other cultures.
Career choices after graduation
- Service industry
- A wide range of jobs covering accommodation, food service, travel, airline, broadcasting and advertisement.
- Financing and insurance
- Banking, trust business, stock market, life insurance, non-life insurance, mutual aid association etc.
- Civil service
- Ministry and municipal employee, hospital administrator, educator at a public institution of learning etc.
- Studying abroad
- Entrance into overseas school such as university, professional school, language school etc.