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Japanese Experiential Learning Program

UC and Tokyo Tech students

For the third year in a row, students from the University of Cincinnati (UC) visited Tokyo Tech and participated in Think Aloud! LUNCH, a weekly discussion event held by Associate Professor Tom Hope at the HUB-International Communications Space. 
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UC and Tokyo Tech Students

On May 13, 2015 students and faculty from the University of Cincinnati (UC) visited Tokyo Tech as part of their university's Japanese Experiential Learning Program. The first stop of their visit was the HUB-International Communications Space, where they participated in Think Aloud! LUNCH, a weekly English discussion event organized by Associate Professor Tom Hope. (Read more ...)


Tokyo, Japan







The Japanese Experiential Learning Program will give students an opportunity to travel to Tokyo, Kyoto and Hiroshima.  These are 3 credit hour undergraduate courses which can be used for an elective or as an international experience. Students will visit businesses, cultural and historic sites.












Everyone having a great time in Asakusa!

Join us for this amazing experience!


All undergraduate students who are over 18 years of age.   Co-op students will be able to fit this trip between Spring and Summer Semester.



Documents Required: 

► Complete and submit the 2015-2016 Study Tour application via email to
     erin.cohen@uc.edu by November 15, 2015

► Passport:  Download the passport applicationl  6-8 weeks for delivery

► Students must participate in a UC International Pre-Departure Seminar

Limited scholarship money may be available through UC International Services

International students may also be required to obtain a Visa to enter Japan.