Jul 29, 2005
We are a bi-lingual University, accepting students on both an English Language and Japanese Language basis. Our current student roll is truly international with over 70 countries and nations represented. Equally, our faculty and staff come from diverse international backgrounds as well as Japan. This leads to a truly international community, that embraces the founding principles of our University and the Ritsumeikan Trust.
Open Campus is the best way for applicants to experience APU before enrollment. It is possible to experience the APU environment, atmosphere lectures and so on. You can talk freely to staff and students, find out all you need to know about APU. Go ahead and make yourself at home at APU's Open Campus.
This is the third of our series of Open Campus days, and a lecture will be given by Ms. SATO Mariko, a Human Settlements Officer of UN-Habitat. The theme of the lecture has tentatively been set on 'Working for Multinational Organizations'. Those who are considering a career with multinational organizations or have an interest in international issues are cordially invited to attend this lecture.
Please come along to this great event.
Dates: August 6 (Sat)
Events on the day
Experiencing APU lectures as an auditor
A taste of international exchange
English lecture for APU and Ritsumeikan
Explanation session for parents and guardians
Consultation session with Admissions Officers and APU current students
For more details: Office of International Admissions 0977-78-1119