OSAKA UNIVERCITY HUMAN SCIENCE

NEWS & NOTES

2016.09.23Prince of Tennis

Yuka will perform as part of a group called "Prince of Tennis" at the Osaka University Machikane Festival.  Here is a message from ...

2016.08.10Sunday Museum

Prof.Cavaliere will appear on TV as follows;日曜美術館 Sunday Museum (NHK ETV) Sunday, August 21 from 9:00am to 9:45am Sunday, August 2 ...

2016.08.09Open Day

32 students and parents participated in the Open Day on August 4th. Thank you for coming! ...

2016.08.01Last Summer in Japan

Here is the movie that was made for a class presentation.It is made like a trailer of a movie. And the summary is as follows: This ...

2016.08.01Summer Break

HUS G30 Office will be closed from August 10 to August 22 for summer break.Have a great summer!  ...

2016.07.21Unisc Kansai

Asami and Risa are members of the Kansai branch, UNISC Japan (University Student Chamber Japan). Their group was adopted the Futur ...

2016.06.20Debate competition

Congratulations, Josh! Josh who belongs to the debate club at Osaka University won the debate last weekend! His team broke into Oc ...

2016.05.26Open Day 2016

We will have a special Open Day as follows:Date:August 4 (Thu)Time: 10:00- 12:00Place: Room 32 (on the third floor), Main Building ...

2016.04.27The Chance Initiative, Nepal

The Chance Initiative has been Dr Christie Lam, Varun Khanna and Rob Kuipers's project for a few months. The initiative's website ...

2016.04.26HUS Tea Party

A tea party for students in the school of Human Sciences was held on April 7. It was organized by the OIE (The Office of Internati ...

2016.04.08Guidance meeting

Guidance meeting for the spring semester was held on 6th April. Classes will start from 11th April. ...

2016.04.04Writing magazine articles

Nami is writing articles for IZANAU, a Kansai travel magazine. The website is very helpful and fun! IZANAU https://izanau.com ...

2016.04.03Translator for a TV crew

During the spring break, Yuka worked with an American TV crew as a translator. Here is a photo with Rudy Maxa, the main host of th ...

2016.04.02Lego Club

Nami belongs to Lego Club. Here is a message from her. This spring break has been filled with Lego, Lego, Lego. We had a robo ...

2016.04.01Fieldwork in the Netherlands

Yuka was selected to participate in the field study program offered by GLOCOL (Global Collaboration Center, Osaka University) . Sh ...

2016.03.29Stonewall Japan

Varun Khanna got elected to the leadership council of 'Stonewall Japan' as the National Vice-President. He has been voluntarily in ...

2016.03.13Internship at the Embassy

After interning in Singapore, Asami started to work as a student intern at the Embassy of the Republic of Albania in Tokyo, Japan. ...

2016.03.09Experimental Learning in Nepal

Here are some snaps from Katunge village which is in the hills in earthquake-damaged Nepal. During this spring beak Rob Kuipers an ...

2016.03.09Internship in Singapore

Asami worked in Singapore as an intern in the Global Study Program, Fast Retailing Corp. She was selected one of 100 student inter ...

2016.02.05Tokyo Univ. Symposium Participation

Varun Khanna of our Human Sciences International Program was among 15 selected students from over 500 applicants from all over the ...

2015.11.06APPLY NOW

Applications are now being accepted. The deadline is January 19th, 2016 but please note that the application fee should be paid by ...

2015.08.10Freshman orientation

We will have a freshman orientation on September 28 on Toyonaka campus. We look forward to welcoming new students. ...

2015.08.07The graduation ceremony

Members of the inaugural class in our program will be graduating soon. The graduation ceremony will be held on September 25 on Sui ...

Human Sciences

Earn a Bachelor of Human Sciences Degree by studying in English at
Osaka University. The Human Sciences International Undergraduate
Degree Program aims to cultivate self‐motivated and reflective
students with a sophisticated knowledge base and the necessary
practical skills to meet the challenges that they will face in our fast-changing,
globalized world. The program offers students two majors to choose
from, Global Citizenship and Contemporary Japan.

Global Citizenship

Global Citizenship explores the limits and potential of citizenship in
today’s quickly changing world. Students will have a solid grounding
in how to ethically identify, investigate, analyze and advocate
solutions to problems of a multidimensional and global nature.

Contemporary Japan

While focusing on Japan as an area of study, this program takes a
multidisciplinary approach. This will enable students to gain an in-depth
understanding of the social, cultural, economic, political and
linguistic aspects of Japan.