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Miyazaki International College

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Programs

Programs Class Commence
The Global Leadership Certificate Program Fall Admissions: October, 2018 / General Admissions: April, 2019
The Teacher Certification Program Fall Admissions: October, 2018 / General Admissions: April, 2019

School of International Liberal Arts, Department of Comparative Culture
The Global Leadership Certificate Program

MIC students study a wide variety of liberal arts subjects in English. During the first one and a half years of this sheltered immersion system, most classes are team-taught by a specialist in TEFL and a specialist in the content area. Students learn the basic concepts and methods of the subject area and, at the same time, build English skills. Classes in English, the Humanities, Social Sciences, and General Science use cooperative learning, small-groups, and active learning techniques to help students get used to studying in English and to build thinking skills.

In the first semester of the second year, students prepare for study abroad by studying cross-cultural communication and by enriching their understanding of both Japanese and foreign cultures. Students then spend the next semester (16 weeks) at a university in an English-speaking country.

In the third and fourth years, students focus on a major and write a senior thesis of 6500 words or more in English.

In addition to this English curriculum, students take Japanese language classes throughout their four years at MIC.

Program Information
Subject - Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities
Duration 4 years
Degree Bachelor
Type of Degree Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Culture
Major The Humanities Major
The Social Science Major
The English Language and Culture Major
Classes Commence Fall Admissions: October, 2018 / General Admissions: April, 2019
Entrance Fee 100,000 yen (All international students will receive a 50% waiver for the 200,000 yen admission fee.)
Tuition Fees 425,000 yen/semester (From the enrollment in April 2019, all the international students will receive a 20% waiver for tuition.)
Other Expenses 303,300 yen (Facilities Fee 250,000 yen, Parent’s Association Fee 50,000 yen, Student Liability and Personal Injury Insurance 3,300 yen)
Location 1405 Kano Kiyotake-cho, Miyazaki-city, Miyazaki, Japan
Area Chugoku, Shikoku & Kyushu Region (Fukuoka, etc.)
Program Started April, 1994
No. of Students 270
No. of Full and Part-Time Faculty Members Full time Faculty: 28
Part-Time Faculty: 4
Additional Information Our job placement office offers a series of programs to assist students in their transition into the workforce.
Your studies in our all-English curriculum and specially designed Japanese language courses will give you the edge you will need to compete successfully working in Japan or abroad.
【Examples of Employers of MIC Graduates】
Travel:
・JTB Corp.
・H.I.S.Co.,Ltd.
・Nippon Travel Agency Co., Ltd.
・NISHITETSU TRAVEL CO.,LTD.
Airline:
・Japan Airlines Co., Ltd.,
・All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd.
Hotels:
・Hilton Osaka,
・ANA INTERCONTINENTAL TOKYO,
・ANA INTERCONTINENTAL MANZA BEACH RESORT
・OITA OASIS TOER HOTEL,
・PHOENIX SEAGAIA RESORT
Manufacturing:
・OMRON Corporation
・Mitsubishi Material Corporation
・Honda Lock Mfg. Co., Ltd.
Construction:
・Sekisui House, Ltd.
・JK Holdings Co., Ltd,
Information Technology:
・Densan Software Corporation Ltd.
・Information Technology Development Japan Inc.,
・HOWCOM Co., Ltd.
Banking:
・The Miyazaki Bank, Ltd.
・The Miyazaki Taiyo Bank, Ltd.
・The Higo Bank, Ltd.
Finance:
・NOMURA SECURITIES Co., LTD.
・DAIWA SECURITIES Co., LTD.
・SMBC Nikko Securities Inc.
・Tokai Tokyo Securities Co., LTD.
・Mirai Securities Co.,Ltd.
Insurance:
・Nippon Life Insurance Co.
・The Dai-ichi Life Insurance Co., LTD
・Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company
・Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Ltd.
・The Gibraltar Life Insurance Co., Ltd.
・American Family Life Assurance Company of Columbus
・Fukoku Mutual Life Insurance Company
Broadcasting:
・Miyazaki Telecasting Co.,ltd.
・Television KANAGAWA, Inc.
・SHIZUOKA DAIICHI TELEVISION CORPORATION
・NHK
Newspaper:
・Miyazaki Nichinichi Shimbun
Education:
・Public Junior High School in Miyazaki, Kagoshima
・Public High School in Miyazaki, Kagoshima, Kumamoto, Kanagawa, Osaka, Hokkaido
Civil Service:
・Miyazaki Prefectural Office
・Miyazaki City Hall
・Oita City Hall
・Miyazaki prefectural police department
・Fukuoka prefectural police department
Associations:
・JA-Nobeoka
・JA-Miyakonojo
・JA-Ohmifuji
Other:
・Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteers, JOCV
Application Type Open to everyone
Admission Capacity Limited
Application Period Fall Admissions: June 11 – June 22, 2018
General Admissions Round 1: October 22 – November 9, 2018
General Admissions Round 2: January 8, 2019 – February 1, 2019
General Admissions Round 3: March 1, 2019 – March 20, 2019
*Applicants who want to take the MIC International student admissions test in March must hold a Study (Students) visa that will be valid through the date of entrance to the college.
Examination Date Fall Admissions: June 30, 2018
General Admissions Round 1: November 17, 2018
General Admissions Round 2: February 9, 2019
General Admissions Round 3: March 23, 2019
Results Announced Fall Admissions: July 6, 2018
General Admissions Round 1: November 28, 2018
General Admissions Round 2: February 18, 2019
General Admissions Round 3: March 26, 2019
Enrollment Procedure Period Fall Admissions: July 20, 2018
General Admissions Round 1: December 7, 2018
General Admissions Round 2: March 1, 2019
General Admissions Round 3: March 29, 2019
Eligibility 1. Has graduated from high school
2. Has completed 12 years of a standard curriculum of school education, or is expected to do so by March 31, 2019 (September 30, 2018 in the case of Fall Admissions), (or the equivalent level of education in a non-standard curriculum of school education)
3. Has completed 12 years of school education overseas, or is expected to do so by March 31, 2019 (September 30, 2018 in the case of Fall Admissions), or an equivalent education recognized by the Minister of Education, Culture, Science, Sports and Technology
4. Has completed the curriculum of an educational institution located overseas which the Minister of Education, Culture, Science, Sports and Technology recognizes as equivalent to high school education.
5. Has been approved by the Minister of Education, Culture, Science, Sports and Technology
6. Has passed the High School Graduate Equivalency Certification Examination as provided for by the High School Graduate Equivalency Certification Examination Regulations (Ministry of Education, Culture, Science, Sports and Technology Ordinance No. 1, 2005) (Including individuals who have passed the University Admission Qualifying Examination as provided for by the University Admission Qualifying Examination Regulations (Ministry of Education Ordinance No. 13, 1951) prior to abolishment as stipulated by the terms of Article 2 of the appendices of the High School Graduate Equivalency Certification Examination Regulations.
7. Is 18 years of age and has completed education which the College recognizes as equivalent to a high school education.
8. In the case of countries that do not require 12 years for secondary education, has completed the preparatory curriculum necessary for entering a university accredited by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Science, Sports and Technology, and has reached the age of 18.
Application Process 1) Paying the Application Fee
2) Submit Application Form and Documents by mail
Screening Process 1) Evaluation of submitted documents
2) Interview Test
Admission Fee 30,000 yen
Contact Addressee: Admissions, Planning & PR Staff
Phone: 0120-85-5931
Fax: 0985-84-3396
Email: admissions@sky.miyazaki-mic.ac.jp

As of April 27, 2018


School of International Liberal Arts, Department of Comparative Culture
The Teacher Certification Program

MIC students study a wide variety of liberal arts subjects in English. During the first one and a half years of this sheltered immersion system, most classes are team-taught by a specialist in TEFL and a specialist in the content area. Students learn the basic concepts and methods of the subject area and, at the same time, build English skills. Classes in English, the Humanities, Social Sciences, and General Science use cooperative learning, small-groups, and active learning techniques to help students get used to studying in English and to build thinking skills.

In the first semester of the second year, students prepare for study abroad by studying cross-cultural communication and by enriching their understanding of both Japanese and foreign cultures. Students then spend the next semester (16 weeks) at a university in an English-speaking country.

In the third and fourth years, students focus on a major and write a senior thesis of 6500 words or more in English.

In addition to this English curriculum, students take Japanese language classes throughout their four years at MIC.

Program Information
Subject - Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities
Duration 4 years
Degree Bachelor
Type of Degree Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Culture
Major The Humanities Major
The Social Science Major
The English Language and Culture Major
Classes Commence Fall Admissions: October, 2018 / General Admissions: April, 2019
Entrance Fee 100,000 yen (All international students will receive a 50% waiver for the 200,000 yen admission fee.)
Tuition Fees 425,000 yen/semester (From the enrollment in April 2019, all the international students will receive a 20% waiver for tuition.)
Other Expenses 303,300 yen (Facilities Fee 250,000 yen, Parent’s Association Fee 50,000 yen, Student Liability and Personal Injury Insurance 3,300 yen)
Location 1405 Kano Kiyotake-cho, Miyazaki-city, Miyazaki, Japan
Area Chugoku, Shikoku & Kyushu Region (Fukuoka, etc.)
Program Started April, 1994
No. of Students 270
No. of Full and Part-Time Faculty Members Full time Faculty: 28
Part-Time Faculty: 4
Additional Information Our job placement office offers a series of programs to assist students in their transition into the workforce.
Your studies in our all-English curriculum and specially designed Japanese language courses will give you the edge you will need to compete successfully working in Japan or abroad.
【Examples of Employers of MIC Graduates】
Travel:
・JTB Corp.
・H.I.S.Co.,Ltd.
・Nippon Travel Agency Co., Ltd.
・NISHITETSU TRAVEL CO.,LTD.
Airline:
・Japan Airlines Co., Ltd.,
・All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd.
Hotels:
・Hilton Osaka,
・ANA INTERCONTINENTAL TOKYO,
・ANA INTERCONTINENTAL MANZA BEACH RESORT
・OITA OASIS TOER HOTEL,
・PHOENIX SEAGAIA RESORT
Manufacturing:
・OMRON Corporation
・Mitsubishi Material Corporation
・Honda Lock Mfg. Co., Ltd.
Construction:
・Sekisui House, Ltd.
・JK Holdings Co., Ltd,
Information Technology:
・Densan Software Corporation Ltd.
・Information Technology Development Japan Inc.,
・HOWCOM Co., Ltd.
Banking:
・The Miyazaki Bank, Ltd.
・The Miyazaki Taiyo Bank, Ltd.
・The Higo Bank, Ltd.
Finance:
・NOMURA SECURITIES Co., LTD.
・DAIWA SECURITIES Co., LTD.
・SMBC Nikko Securities Inc.
・Tokai Tokyo Securities Co., LTD.
・Mirai Securities Co.,Ltd.
Insurance:
・Nippon Life Insurance Co.
・The Dai-ichi Life Insurance Co., LTD
・Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company
・Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Ltd.
・The Gibraltar Life Insurance Co., Ltd.
・American Family Life Assurance Company of Columbus
・Fukoku Mutual Life Insurance Company
Broadcasting:
・Miyazaki Telecasting Co.,ltd.
・Television KANAGAWA, Inc.
・SHIZUOKA DAIICHI TELEVISION CORPORATION
・NHK
Newspaper:
・Miyazaki Nichinichi Shimbun
Education:
・Public Junior High School in Miyazaki, Kagoshima
・Public High School in Miyazaki, Kagoshima, Kumamoto, Kanagawa, Osaka, Hokkaido
Civil Service:
・Miyazaki Prefectural Office
・Miyazaki City Hall
・Oita City Hall
・Miyazaki prefectural police department
・Fukuoka prefectural police department
Associations:
・JA-Nobeoka
・JA-Miyakonojo
・JA-Ohmifuji
Other:
・Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteers, JOCV
Application Type Open to everyone
Admission Capacity Limited
Application Period Fall Admissions: June 11 – June 22, 2018
General Admissions Round 1: October 22 – November 9, 2018
General Admissions Round 2: January 8, 2019 – February 1, 2019
General Admissions Round 3: March 1, 2019 – March 20, 2019
*Applicants who want to take the MIC International student admissions test in March must hold a Study (Students) visa that will be valid through the date of entrance to the college.
Examination Date Fall Admissions: June 30, 2018
General Admissions Round 1: November 17, 2018
General Admissions Round 2: February 9, 2019
General Admissions Round 3: March 23, 2019
Results Announced Fall Admissions: July 6, 2018
General Admissions Round 1: November 28, 2018
General Admissions Round 2: February 18, 2019
General Admissions Round 3: March 26, 2019
Enrollment Procedure Period Fall Admissions: July 20, 2018
General Admissions Round 1: December 7, 2018
General Admissions Round 2: March 1, 2019
General Admissions Round 3: March 29, 2019
Eligibility 1. Has graduated from high school
2. Has completed 12 years of a standard curriculum of school education, or is expected to do so by March 31, 2019 (September 30, 2018 in the case of Fall Admissions), (or the equivalent level of education in a non-standard curriculum of school education)
3. Has completed 12 years of school education overseas, or is expected to do so by March 31, 2019 (September 30, 2018 in the case of Fall Admissions), or an equivalent education recognized by the Minister of Education, Culture, Science, Sports and Technology
4. Has completed the curriculum of an educational institution located overseas which the Minister of Education, Culture, Science, Sports and Technology recognizes as equivalent to high school education.
5. Has been approved by the Minister of Education, Culture, Science, Sports and Technology
6. Has passed the High School Graduate Equivalency Certification Examination as provided for by the High School Graduate Equivalency Certification Examination Regulations (Ministry of Education, Culture, Science, Sports and Technology Ordinance No. 1, 2005) (Including individuals who have passed the University Admission Qualifying Examination as provided for by the University Admission Qualifying Examination Regulations (Ministry of Education Ordinance No. 13, 1951) prior to abolishment as stipulated by the terms of Article 2 of the appendices of the High School Graduate Equivalency Certification Examination Regulations.
7. Is 18 years of age and has completed education which the College recognizes as equivalent to a high school education.
8. In the case of countries that do not require 12 years for secondary education, has completed the preparatory curriculum necessary for entering a university accredited by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Science, Sports and Technology, and has reached the age of 18.
Application Process 1) Paying the Application Fee
2) Submit Application Form and Documents by mail
Screening Process 1) Evaluation of submitted documents
2) Interview Test
Admission Fee 30,000 yen
Contact Addressee: Admissions, Planning & PR Staff
Phone: 0120-85-5931
Fax: 0985-84-3396
Email: admissions@sky.miyazaki-mic.ac.jp

As of April 27, 2018

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