Linking Japan and the United States through Educational Exchange since 1963
For 50 years, undergraduate students in the United States and at Waseda University have become international citizens as they explore Japan and the United States in depth, build language skills, and experience Japanese and U.S. culture through Japan Study.
Japan Study is one of the oldest and most comprehensive programs in educational exchange and development linking colleges and universities in the United States and Japan. Based at Earlham College, Japan Study links member colleges of the Great Lakes Colleges Association, Inc. and the Associated Colleges of the Midwest with those of Waseda University in Japan. These colleges and universities are recognized as among the leading educational institutions in their respective societies. Waseda University has about 45,000 students; the combined student body of students who attend GLCA and ACM member institutions is about 42,500.
Japan Study has made important contributions toward fostering the growth of international and intercultural understanding among a significant number of Japanese and American students and faculty. Participants have gone on to distinguished careers in academics, industry, and governmental and non-governmental organizations. They play important roles in a wide range of settings linking Japan, the United States, and the rest of the world.
Japan Study at Lawrence University
Japan Study 50th Anniversary Celebration at Waseda University
Japan Study at University of Puget Sound
Japan Study Application Due for 2014-2015