Study Abroad and Exchange (Outgoing)

Exchange Program
Students can study at our partner universities for up to a year. Through these long-term programs, students learn to understand different cultures and to look at their own culture from a different perspective. Most bi-lateral agreements allow the students to study at the partner universities without paying tuition fees and to transfer the credits they obtain to their home universities. Students are selected on the basis of their G.P.A., TOEIC/TOEFL/IELTS scores, study plan and statement of purpose.

"Looking for Myself" Project  120 (LMP 120)
A variety of short-term language and culture training programs organized by our partner universities are available for FWU students in summer and spring. The project has received the financial support of the Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) and FWU, which provides scholarships to those who participate. Each course requires participants to study for a minimum of 30 hours' class time and conducting an independent study project the student will work on abroad.

  • Chinese Language & Culture Program (National Don Hwa University)
  • Korean Language & Culture Program (Pusan University of Foreign Studies)
  • English Language & American Culture Program (University of California, Davis)
  • English Language & British Culture Program (University of Manchester)
  • German Language & Culture Program (University of Munich)
  • English Language & Canadian Culture Program (University of Prince Edward Island)
  • English Language & Pacific Culture Program (University of Auckland)
  • English Language & Social Service Program in the Philippines (Ateneo de Manila University)
  • French Language & Culture Program (University of Leuven)
  • German Language & Culture Program (University of Munich)
  • Thai Language & Culture Program (Mahidol University)
  • ASEAN in Today's World (Kyushu University and University of Malaya)

  • Field Study Programs
    These programs provide hands-on experience overseas to learn how to grapple with real-world issues and challenges. Examples of experiential learning programs (ELP) are a stay at Crystal Waters (Australia), to address environmental issues and think about possible solutions for sustainable living environments, and a field study trip to Sri Lanka.

    Sri Lanka "Exploring Development" Program
    This program aims to study the history transition of international development cooperation. Students formulate their own approach to "international development cooperation" amid ongoing globalization and offer their respective approaches.

    Food and Environment in the Global Society
    A two-week program to study foods and the environment in the United States.
    The program consists of lectures and site visits. In 2017, the program focuses on the environment, and students will be able to learn about environmental problems and public efforts to solve them in the United States. They also will visit a recycling facility, eco-village, organic farm, and national park.

    Asian Food Culture Program "EAT"
    A two-week program to extensively reflect upon Asian food culture. Students study food cultures from a practical standpoint in Asia by visiting food factories and practicing cooking in addition to lectures. In 2019, EAT will be implemented by Mahidol University in Thailand and FWU. All lectures are taught in English.