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What are the benefits of the KGU Cross-Cultural College?

This program provides a unique opportunity for Queen's students to meet and interact closely with Japanese students from KGU and other Canadian students from Mount Allison University and the University of Toronto as well as visit Japan (while earning academic credit). All Canadian student participants will have the opportunity to study in Japan for at least one week or more, in which accommodation and some travel will be subsidized because of funding provided by the Japanese government. Upon successful completion of the program requirements, students will receive on official Cross-Cultural College Certificate issued by Kwansei Gakuin University.

Photo of participants in KGU CCC Pilot Program Participants in the 2012 KGU CCC Pilot Joint Seminar Program worked together in study groups. From left, Tomoka Kamei, from Kwansei Gakuin University (KGU) in Japan; Queen's student Eve Thorson; Miki Sawamura of KGU; and Victoria Ceneda, a student from the University of Toronto.

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