• Compulsory Basic CoursesM1 - M2

    Research Methods
    Students are taught the basics of theories and methodologies of global studies.
  • Compulsory CoursesD1 - D2

    Students learn about social collaborations and problem-solving at GSI international hubs as well as at academic institutions, public institutions, and industry within and outside Japan. The program offers a rare opportunity for students to gain practical hands-on experience and knowledge off campus.
  • Compulsory CoursesD2 - D3

    Students will be able to give back the knowledge and experience they have gained in the program by working as Teaching Fellows in the short-term overseas programs, Global Praxis classes, and the like in the undergraduate College of Arts and Sciences. The Teaching Fellow position provides graduate students with a valuable opportunity to gain teaching experience in global education.
  • Compulsory CoursesD3

    International Research Cooperation
    Students participate in planning and managing a number of joint academic events, such as Global Studies International Symposiums and Global Studies Intensive Seminars hosted by the Institute for Advanced Global Studies (IAGS). This provides the students with the opportunity to participate in and contribute to a stimulating global network of young researchers and leading researchers from around the world.