Student Profile - Danny Do
"As a premed student, I had little room to explore classes outside of the required core. In Kyoto, I was able to take a class on traditional music of East Asia and another on Japanese popular culture."
Internships are offered at some of Japan’s leading companies and institutions, offering students a unique opportunity to gain first-hand work experience in the working culture of the world’s third largest economy.
On Campus Gateway Course: JapanGen 121, "Translating Japan, Translating the West"
Offered during Winter quarter as part of the "Gateways to the World" program, the seminar course above is recommended to help you prepare for your time abroad. Additional consideration during the application process for this program will be given to students taking this course.
As the Imperial Capital for over a thousand years, Kyoto is the birthplace and custodian of many of the ancient traditions that make Japanese culture so distinctive. Yet Kyoto is also a strikingly dynamic, forward-looking and innovative city – an apparent contradiction that students on the Kyoto program can explore through their academic courses and field trips, through interactions with their homestay families and Doshisha University students, and through meeting the people of this incredible city in everyday life.