STRP

STRP (Short-Term Regular Exchange Program)

Outline
 
STRP is an arrangement made between the University of the Ryukyus and other affiliated universities which enables students to come to the University to research and take classes related to the student's major.
 
Offered Courses
1. Major Studies Course:
  
2. Japanese Language and Culture Research Course (Advanced Level)
3. Japanese Studies Course (Intermediate Level)
4.Japanese Studies Course (Basic Lavel)
 
Please refer to Application Guidebook for further details.
      
Students who eligible in this program
1) The student's university must be affiliated with the University of the Ryukyus and also be a part of the US-UMAP.
2) Applicants must either be enrolled as full-time undergraduate students who have finished the second year of study at their home institution, or be graduate students. If applicants are junior college students, they must be in their last year of university.
3) The student must be proficient in Japanese at the level required for each given course; however, there are cases where Japanese proficiency is not required. Be sure to read each course description carefully.
Students of the Major Studies Course can attend Japanese Language Courses offered by the International Student Center but credits will not be given by the University of the Ryukyus. Students will be given proof of course attendance.

Admissions and Period of Stay
1. Admission in April
1) April - September (1st semester only; about half a year)
2) April - March (1st and 2nd semesters; about one year)
2. Admission in October
1) October - March (2nd semester only; about half a year)
2) October - September (2nd and 1st semesters about one year)
The Basic Level Japanese Studies Course is only offered in April.

 
Application 2014-2015 
  2014-2015 Application Guidebook (PDF)
 Application Package (
PDF
)
  
   "Which Course is the Most Suitable for You?"  (
PDF)
  ① Application Form for STRP <Form1-7> (
Word
  ② Certificate of
Health <Form8>(PDF
  ③ 
Application for Certificate of Eligibility for a Status of Residence (Excel
 
Schedule

2014 Spring Semester (April-September): 
Preferable arrival date: March 28-29, April 1
Placement Test: March 29, April 1-2
Guidance for Japanese Class Registration: April 9
Orientation: April 10
Classes: April 11 – August 13
Semester Exam: August 1- August 6
Summer Vacation: August 14– September 23


2014 Fall Semester (October-March): 
Preferable arrival date: September 22
Placement Test: September 24-26
Residence Registration: September 30
Guidance for Japanese Class Registration: September 30
Friendship Party: October 1
Orientation: October 1
Classes: October 2 –February 13
Winter Vacation: December 27 –January 4
Semester Exam: February 2-February 6
Spring Vacation: February 14 –March 31


*This schedule is subject to change without prior notification. 

Offered Subjects for STRP Students
*Classes differ depending on courses offered.

Japanese Classes offered by University Education Center
            ●Spring Semester
Japanese A
Japanese ⅠB
Japanese ⅠC
Japanese ⅠD
Japanese ⅠE
Japanese A
Japanese Ⅲ B
Japanese
C
Japanese
A
Japanese Ⅳ B
Japanese Ⅳ C

Japanese

Japan Current Events I
Okinawa Current Events I
Business Japanese I
Business Japanese II
                   ●Fall Semester
Japanese A
Japanese Ⅱ B
Japanese Ⅱ C
Japanese Ⅱ D
Japanese Ⅱ E
Japanese A
Japanese Ⅲ B
Japanese Ⅲ C

Japanese
A
Japanese
Ⅳ B
Japanese
C
Japanese

Japan Current Events II
Okinawa Current Events II
Business Japanese I
Business Japanese II
 


Japanese Classes Offered by Faculty of Law and Letters
  ●Spring Semester
Japanese Literature I
Japanese Composition I
Japanese Practicum I
Research of Okinawan Culture I
Japanese Culture
Fundamental Japanese

 
                  ●Fall Semester
Japanese Literature
Japanese Composition
Japanese Practicum
Research of Okinawan Culture
Japanese Culture
Fundamental JapaneseⅡ 



Coordinators

International Student Center
ASHIHARA, Kyoko
TEL: 098-895-8111
E-mail:
ashihara@lab.u-ryukyu.ac.jp
 
KINJO, Naomi
TEL: 098-895-8933
 
TOMARI, Seiko
 TEL: 098-895-8112
 
Faculty of Low and Letters
KINJO, Katsuya
TEL: 098-895-8300