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Queen's University

International Programs Office

Apply Now to Summer Programs in the Kwansei Gakuin University - Cross-Cultural College

Are you interested in studying in Japan and becoming a more competent global citizen? The Cross-Cultural College (CCC) is a collaborative education project between Japan and Canada. In this project, Kwansei Gakuin University (KGU), Japan and 3 Canadian universities ― Mount Allison University, Queen’s University and the University of Toronto ― work together to educate world citizens with the multicultural understanding and communication skills to enable them to be the leaders of the future.

The Cross-Cultural College Certificate program consists of at least 15.0 units of courses taken from the following thematic areas: multicultural studies, international relations, Canadian and Asian Studies. A major advantage of the Cross-Cultural College program is that most of the required courses are the same as those which, depending on their plan, students would normally take to fulfill their degree requirements at Queen's. Undergraduate students who have completed at least two semesters of study are eligible for the program. Programs include:

1. Asian Studies Summer School and Global Career Seminar

From 7th July to 9th August 2014 in Japan

2. Joint Seminar in Canada and Joint Seminar in Japan

From 4th August to 17th August 2014 in Canada

From 21st August 2nd September 2014 in Japan

3. Global Internship in Japan

From 21st August to 4th September 2014 in Japan

4. Global Internship in Canada and Global Internship in Japan

From 4th August to 17th August 2014 in Canada

From 21st August 4th September 2014 in Japan .

Applications for the KGU CCC Summer programs are currently being accepted at the International Programs Office and application information can be found at

Application deadline for CCC Summer Programs is Friday 28 March, 4:30pm

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