Cornell College has established exchange agreements with the following institutions in Japan for summer, short-term, semester, and/or year-long exchange programs. 

Kyoto Seika University - Kyoto 

A Humanities Exchange agreement with Kyoto Seika University allows Cornell students to study for a semester or or a year in Japanese. Courses in the humanities are offered in a variety of categories in Kyoto, Japan. Cornell-approved students pay Cornell tuition as usual and are responsible for airfare, visa, and room and board. Students can also apply for Japan Organization for Student Support (JASSO) scholarships.

Aoyama Gakuin Women's Junior College - Tokyo

Every other year, 4-5 female Cornell students participate in an exchange program in Tokyo, Japan. During their 9 to 10-day stay, they attend classes (in English), participate in various activities, and explore cultural attractions in the local area. Students cover their airfare and some meals and are accompanied by a Cornell professor. Each student completes an individual independent study project to earn course credit for the block.

On alternate years, 4-5 students and a professor from Aoyama Gakuin visit the Cornell campus for 9-10 days on exchange. Their next visit will be in February 2018.

Other Options to Study in Japan

The other main option available to Cornell students to study in Japan is with the ACM Japan Study Program, an Affiliated Program. (Consult with International & Off-Campus Studies and Financial Assistance about the difference in funding for this option.)