Department of Chinese Language and Culture

Campus Life, Events, Scholarships

Based on the admission policy of the College of Humanities and Sciences, the Department of Chinese Language and Culture admits students who will strive to develop a vast knowledge of ancient to contemporary Chinese society and culture, will earnestly study the Chinese language, and will seek to actively contribute to international understanding and interaction.

The department employs various selection methods to accept students who meet these conditions, but as a prerequisite, students are required to meet the following criteria.

The Department of Philosophy employs various selection methods to admit students who can meet the following criteria.

  • Students who have healthy intellectual curiosity and creativity that is not confined to existing ideas.
  • Students who hold deep interest in various cultures and societies around the world, including but not limited to the Chinese-speaking countries, and can positively overcome any differences.
  • Students who can carefully examine the complex workings of nature, human beings, and society, and can come up with questions.
  • Students who are keen on practically contributing to the society and the world by solving problems.
  • Students who have basic communication skills centered around Japanese.