- 13/12/09 [Career Center] Waseda-OECD Internship Program (Graduate Students Only)
- 13/12/02 [Study Abroad] Delay in the Announcement of the Screening Process Result for Fall 2014 Recruitment
- 13/11/27 Academic English Preparation Courses 2013
- 13/10/24 【Important Notice】Notice on application materials submission for Fall 2014 Recruitment
- 13/10/17 【Study Abroad】Fall 2014 Recruitment, Changes in the Program List (2013/10/18)
- 13/10/17 Important Notice: [2014 Fall Recruitment] Cancellation of Georgetown EX program
- 13/10/11 【Important information】Johns Hopkins University will join GLFP from Fall 2014!!
- 13/10/07 Yale Graduate and Professional School Information Session on Oct. 26th
- 13/09/24 [Study Abroad] Information on 2014-2015 FALL Recruitment
- 13/09/09 [Study Abroad] Announcement of Tentative Schedule and Program List for Fall 2014 Recruitment
In order to make your study abroad a successful one, it is important to have a well-planned schedule. Below pages will help you to confirm the necessary procedures.
When you study abroad, you are required to have adequate proficiency in the local language to participate in the courses with the local students.It is essential to start working on language skills at an early stage.
At CIE, Preparatory Courses are offered for those who are planning to study in an English speaking country.
A TOEFL iBT Official Test Center was established in 2010 at Rm 314, Bldg. 7 on Waseda Campus, so that students can take the TOEFL iBT on-campus.Regular full-time students enrolled in Waseda University can make prioritized reservations for exams at this venue before it is made available to the general public.
For those who are chosen as Chinese Double-Degree Program candidates, participation to our "Chinese DD Writing Course" are required.