Welcome to the CJS Virtual Information Fair 2020 website.
This special site gives you the opportunity to find out a lot about the Center for Japanese Studies (CJS). Check out the videos and look at the virtual campus tour, and get to know more about the CJS and our campus.
First, check out a video which briefly introduces the features of the Center for Japanese Studies!
From September 2021, there will be two programs at the CJS. The existing program will be renamed the Intensive Japanese Program (IJP). It will continue to focus on helping you improve your Japanese and your knowledge of Japan. The only change to the IJP is that you will have more seminar and arts courses to choose from.
The new program is called the Modern Japan Program (MJP). It explores contemporary Japanese culture and society in an English-medium Program, and develops your foundational Japanese language skills.
If you would like to know more about the existing IJP and the new MJP, these videos introduce their main features.
Intensive Japanese Program (IJP)
Modern Japan Program (MJP)
We also have a Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) Program.
Former CJS Student Voices
Let’s hear what former CJS students say about the program.
Chénier La Salle LL.M. (Canada)
CJS Class of 1994-1995 (University of Montreal)
Kenton Knop（United States of America）
Attorney/ Masuda, Funai, Eifert & Mitchell, Ltd.
CJS Class of 2006-2007 (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Nguyen Minh Anh（Vietnam）
Digital Marketing Specialist of ASEAN Region/Aeon Mall Co., LTD.
CJS Class of 2016 – 2017 （ Vietnam National University - University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Ho Chi Minh City）
De'Jia Long-Hillie (United States of America）
CJS Class of 2019-2020（University of Maryland, Baltimore County）
CJS Class of 2019-2020（Aix-Marseille University）
Explore Nanzan Campus and Region
Use our Virtual Campus Tour or watch a video to explore our campus.
The video will show you our modern, award winning beautiful campus equipped with various educational and research facilities.
Find out about the city where the University is located!
Video provided by Nagoya Convention & Visitors Bureau
Here are answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the CJS.
You can contact us anytime via email if you have any questions.
The questions received during the fair will be answered at the following
Zoom Meeting for Partner Institution Coordinators and Faculty
Study abroad coordinators and faculty from our partner institutions are invited to join our Zoom meeting on Friday, October 30. If you are interested in joining the meeting, register your information from the following site. We will send you the Zoom information (the meeting link, ID, and password) once we have confirmed your registration.
|Date||Friday, October 30 (Japan Standard Time)|
|Time||①9:00-11:00 (JST) ②17:00-19:00 (JST)|
|Registration||https://regist.nanzan-u.ac.jp/regform/regist/intl-strategy/CJS2020 (Deadline: Friday, October 23)|