Tokyo Summer at J.F. Oberlin University


    Academic Summer Program in Tokyo

    J.F. Oberlin University / Taught in English
    Earn 4 – 6 Credits / Min age 18 yrs
    4 Weeks (July): $3995 USD
    All Inclusive


    The Program

    Summer school at the J.F. Oberlin University in Tokyo. Academic program that runs for 4 weeks in July. Taught in English, and courses are in Business, Japanese Language and Culture. Open to all students worldwide, minimum age is 18 yrs and older. Students take two(2) courses. Earn 4 – 6 credits, and the transcript certificate is issued by J.F. Oberlin University. Cultural activities and local field trips are included as well as an active social program for students to easily meet and make new international friends. Housing is also included in student type(dorm like) facility in the vicinity nearby the school (Machida campus) in Machida-shi district. Airport pick-up is also included, as well as domestic insurance. No Japanese language ability is required on this program, for courses are conducted in English. Join us this Summer !
    Deadline: Register prior to April 12th.

    The Location: Tokyo – at the Machida-shi campus

    J.F. Oberlin University has over 9000 students, including graduate students and international students from overseas. Every year, about 550 foreign students are enrolled at the University during the regular school year, and summer session.


    • 4 Weeks July
    • Students select 2 courses
    • 4 – 6 credits can be earned
    • No Japanese Language required
    • Taught in English by Oberlin Faculty & Guest Faculty
    • Transcript certificate issued by J.F. Oberlin University

    Business Courses – Taught in English

    • Japanese Management Style
    • Asian Business Cases

    Japanese Language & Culture Courses
    Open to students of any proficiency levels

    • Experiential Activities in Japanese
    • Japanese in Action

    Course details obtained with confirmation docs.
    Also by asking the professors there at Oberlin.

    Academic Credit

    Earn 4- 6 credits. Transcript certificate issued by J.F. Oberlin University.
    All courses taught by Faculty at Oberlin University or Faculty from guest universities.

    Housing: Included

    An active social program is included. Cultural activities and local field trips also provided.
    Schedule given at the campus orientation after arrival check-in. A night – 2 day excursion to Izu-Kogen Onsen also planned.

    Dates & Fees

    4 weeks July
    Deadline: Register prior to April 12th

    2020 Dates: July 6th – 31st
    Arrival: July 6th
    Orientation: July 7th
    Sessions Starts: July 8th
    Sessions Ends: July 31st
    Depart: August 1st

    2021 Dates: July 5th – 30th
    Arrival: July 5th
    Orientation: July 6th
    Session Starts: July 7th
    Session Ends: July 30th
    Depart: July 31st

    2021 dates may change.
    Confirmed in early 2021.

    Fee $3995 USD (all inclusive)

    NOTE: Tokyo Olympic Summer Games 2020

    Dates: July 24th – August 9th, 2020
    Book summer programs early !

    Fee includes: 2 courses, housing, airport pick-up, domestic insurance, social program, activities and field trips.

    Not included: Airfare, local commuting (trains/subways), meals, and textbook.

    Note: Bring an extra $1000 USD to cover meals, commuting, textbook, and misc expenses.

    Note: See CSA Resource section – Traveling page (General Travel) for useful web-links to purchase discount air tickets online, and other useful web links.


    Minimum age is 18 yrs. Graduate of high school or equivalent.
    Transcript from current school (or graduated).

    Early registration is highly advised, prior to April 12th.
    If after April 12th, space may still be available, just ask us.


    Airport pick-up is included, for July 1st.
    Narita or Haneda Tokyo airports.

    Please email us your flight arrival details.

    Also, airport transportation readily available daily into central Tokyo.

    Confirmation documents will have details on where you check-in.


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