Make the Most Opportunities to Get Involved beyond the Classroom
校外學習文化體驗
校外学习文化体验
様々な課外活動が用意されている

Spring 2013

 
 
 
 
Having an exchange program in Japan is more than studying and travelling around. I can truly learn and experience the Japanese culture and society, and build up a strong network during my short stay in Waseda University. 

ABS offers a number of company visits for us and one of the visits organized by Waseda University is at Suntory Hakushu Distillery Factory. We understand how Japanese companies run their business, learn information and knowledge about alcohol and even tasted different kinds of alcohol ranging from whisky highball and wine to soft-drinks.
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  Highball whisky workshop at Suntory Factory

Student life at Waseda also enriches my horizons by joining different student activity clubs and organizing activities with Japanese students. At Waseda International Club (WIC), which promotes international exchange, I am invited to be one of the people in charge of an activity called “International Project” in which I co-operated with other 3 international students and 6 Japanese students to organize a tour in Odaiba and a barbeque party. We have to pre-visit the place and think about what activities we can prepare for our club members. In addition to learn how Japanese students organize activities, I have much improvement in my Japanese proficiency as we use only Japanese during our preparatory meetings and tour.

Participating in a homestay program in a countryside area in Saitama Prefecture is another enjoyable experience for me. Not only we are introduced with the knowledge of the nature and the techniques to dig potatoes, but it allowed us to understand and learn the local culture and how a typical Japanese family’s life is.

ABS Program changes my life. It provides very precious opportunities for us to explore the culture of Japan outside classroom and develop our network with not only Japanese students but international students from all over the world.

By Jeffrey Li, Cohort 2 (Class of 2014)

# Exchange in Tokyo – Cohort 2
Having an exchange program in Japan is more than studying and travelling around. I can truly learn and experience the Japanese culture and society, and build up a strong network during my short stay in Waseda University.

ABS offers a number of company visits for us and one of the visits organized by Waseda University is at Suntory Hakushu Distillery Factory. We understand how Japanese companies run their business, learn information and knowledge about alcohol and even tasted different kinds of alcohol ranging from whisky highball and wine to soft-drinks.
detail03.jpg
  Highball whisky workshop at Suntory Factory

Student life at Waseda also enriches my horizons by joining different student activity clubs and organizing activities with Japanese students. At Waseda International Club (WIC), which promotes international exchange, I am invited to be one of the people in charge of an activity called “International Project” in which I co-operated with other 3 international students and 6 Japanese students to organize a tour in Odaiba and a barbeque party. We have to pre-visit the place and think about what activities we can prepare for our club members. In addition to learn how Japanese students organize activities, I have much improvement in my Japanese proficiency as we use only Japanese during our preparatory meetings and tour.

Participating in a homestay program in a countryside area in Saitama Prefecture is another enjoyable experience for me. Not only we are introduced with the knowledge of the nature and the techniques to dig potatoes, but it allowed us to understand and learn the local culture and how a typical Japanese family’s life is.

ABS Program changes my life. It provides very precious opportunities for us to explore the culture of Japan outside classroom and develop our network with not only Japanese students but international students from all over the world.

By Jeffrey Li, Cohort 2 (Class of 2014)

# Exchange in Tokyo – Cohort 2
Having an exchange program in Japan is more than studying and travelling around. I can truly learn and experience the Japanese culture and society, and build up a strong network during my short stay in Waseda University.

ABS offers a number of company visits for us and one of the visits organized by Waseda University is at Suntory Hakushu Distillery Factory. We understand how Japanese companies run their business, learn information and knowledge about alcohol and even tasted different kinds of alcohol ranging from whisky highball and wine to soft-drinks.
detail03.jpg
  Highball whisky workshop at Suntory Factory

Student life at Waseda also enriches my horizons by joining different student activity clubs and organizing activities with Japanese students. At Waseda International Club (WIC), which promotes international exchange, I am invited to be one of the people in charge of an activity called “International Project” in which I co-operated with other 3 international students and 6 Japanese students to organize a tour in Odaiba and a barbeque party. We have to pre-visit the place and think about what activities we can prepare for our club members. In addition to learn how Japanese students organize activities, I have much improvement in my Japanese proficiency as we use only Japanese during our preparatory meetings and tour.

Participating in a homestay program in a countryside area in Saitama Prefecture is another enjoyable experience for me. Not only we are introduced with the knowledge of the nature and the techniques to dig potatoes, but it allowed us to understand and learn the local culture and how a typical Japanese family’s life is.

ABS Program changes my life. It provides very precious opportunities for us to explore the culture of Japan outside classroom and develop our network with not only Japanese students but international students from all over the world.

By Jeffrey Li, Cohort 2 (Class of 2014)

# Exchange in Tokyo – Cohort 2
Having an exchange program in Japan is more than studying and travelling around. I can truly learn and experience the Japanese culture and society, and build up a strong network during my short stay in Waseda University.

ABS offers a number of company visits for us and one of the visits organized by Waseda University is at Suntory Hakushu Distillery Factory. We understand how Japanese companies run their business, learn information and knowledge about alcohol and even tasted different kinds of alcohol ranging from whisky highball and wine to soft-drinks.
detail03.jpg
  Highball whisky workshop at Suntory Factory

Student life at Waseda also enriches my horizons by joining different student activity clubs and organizing activities with Japanese students. At Waseda International Club (WIC), which promotes international exchange, I am invited to be one of the people in charge of an activity called “International Project” in which I co-operated with other 3 international students and 6 Japanese students to organize a tour in Odaiba and a barbeque party. We have to pre-visit the place and think about what activities we can prepare for our club members. In addition to learn how Japanese students organize activities, I have much improvement in my Japanese proficiency as we use only Japanese during our preparatory meetings and tour.

Participating in a homestay program in a countryside area in Saitama Prefecture is another enjoyable experience for me. Not only we are introduced with the knowledge of the nature and the techniques to dig potatoes, but it allowed us to understand and learn the local culture and how a typical Japanese family’s life is.

ABS Program changes my life. It provides very precious opportunities for us to explore the culture of Japan outside classroom and develop our network with not only Japanese students but international students from all over the world.

By Jeffrey Li, Cohort 2 (Class of 2014)

# Exchange in Tokyo – Cohort 2