Hiroshima City University
Graduate School of International Studies
Graduate School of International Studies: Doctoral Degree Program
- Graduate School of International Studies
- Faculty of International Studies (Master’s Degree Program)
- Faculty of International Studies (Doctoral Degree Program)
The graduate program places an emphasis on international, interdisciplinary, and practical research.
Doctoral Degree Program
As the human race reaches new heights of material prosperity, it is more critical than ever to examine our fate as human beings, and confront the challenges that face our planet today. The world is urgently in need of dynamic, global-minded individuals who can contribute to and promote stability in the world.
This faculty is designed to educate researchers, university teachers, and world leaders in various fields such as culture, politics, economics, education, science, and industry.
Special Features of the Faculty
- 1.Education and Research Through an International and Interdisciplinary Approach
The faculty focuses on the global condition of humans and encourages thinking beyond borders and nations. Through a wide variety of perspectives, students are challenged to research issues of culture, politics, economics, society, and nature, while considering how these forces are interrelated on a global level.
- 2.Daytime and Evening Lectures
Daytime and evening lectures are offered to accommodate regular students, as well as mature students who wish to pursue graduate studies on a part-time basis.
- 3.Admissions for International Students
The number of international exchanges in education is expected to rise as the world becomes more globalized. The faculty welcomes international students and aims to contribute to the international academic community in education and research.
- 4.Intensive Tutorial
The faculty provides students with intensive tutorial-style training, under the head supervisor and assistant supervisor. Students are offered graduate programs leading to either a “Doctor of Arts” or “Doctor of International Studies.”
Due to the rigorous interdisciplinary nature of International Studies, and the limitations of existing academic fields, the faculty offers two comprehensive research disciplines. “Research in International Society” focuses primarily on issues the international community faces as a collective. “Area Studies” allows students to perform specialized research pertaining to specific regions and personal areas of interest.
|Professor||AOKI, Nobuyuki||Language Education||English Language Education|
|Professor||INOUE, Yasuhiro||Mass Media||Mass Media
|Professor||IWAI, Chiaki||Applied Linguistics||Applied Linguistics|
|Professor||URABE,Masashi||Comparative and International Education||Comparative and International Education|
|Professor||KAKIGI, Nobuyuki||Contemporary Thought||Philosophy
|Professor||KANAYA, Nobuko||Nonprofit Organizations||Nonprofit Organizations
|Professor||KIM, Yeongho||Comperative Politics||Politics
Contemporary Korean Studies
Supply Chain Management
|Professor||OTA, Ikuko||International Law||International Law and Human Rights|
|Professor||TAKAHASHI, Hiromasa||Economic Policy||Theoretical Economics|
|Professor||TERADA, Hideko||Urban Economics||Transport Economics
Local Public Finance
|Professor||WATANABE, Tomoe||Interpretation Studies||English Language Education|
|Professor||YAMAGUCHI, Mitsuaki||Psychology for Health||Health Psychology|
|Professor||YOKOYAMA, Tomoyuki||Translation Studies||Translation Studies
|Professor||YOSHIDA, Haruhiko||International Cooperation||International Cooperation|
|Associate Professor||CARSON, Luke||Cross-cultural Psychology and Communication||Cross-cultural Studies|
|Associate Professor||FURUZAWA, Yoshiaki||Conflict Resolution||Conflict Resolution
|Associate Professor||MEGURO, Toshio||International Development Studies||
|Associate Professor||TAKAKU, Kenya||International Finance||International Finance
|Associate Professor||YAMANE,Fumihiro||Environmental Economics||
|Professor||GORMAN, Michael||American Literature and Culture||American Literature and Culture Studies|
|Professor||OBA, Chieko||East European Studies||
History of International Relations
East-European Area Studies
|Professor||TAGAWA, Gen||African Society||
|Professor||WOHR, Ulrike||Japanese Society||Gender History of Modern Japan|
|Associate Professor||IIJIMA, Noriko||Chinese Studies||Modern Chinese History
Theory of Overseas Chinese
|Associate Professor||ITAYA, Taisei||Southeast Asian Studies||
Southeast Asian Studies
|Associate Professor||KURASHINA,Itsuki||American Politics and Diplomacy||
History of American Politics and Foreign Relations
|Associate Professor||OBA,Shizue||French Literature and Culture||French Literature,Area and Cultural Studies|
●Please download admissions and the prescribed forms from the following link.
You must print these forms in A4-sized and white-colored paper.
○2020 Second Semester Admissions for International Studies Doctoral Degree Program
General Entrance Exam
Doctor Admission > （PDF）[297KB]
Application Form > （PDF）[185KB]
Curriculum Vitae > （PDF）[114KB]
Exam Admission Ticket,
Photograph Sheet > （PDF）[129KB]
Bank Remittance Form > （PDF）[181KB]
○2020 Secomd Semester Admissions for Institutions with International Academic Exchange Agreement
Doctor Admission > （PDF）[243KB]
Application Form > （PDF）[175KB]
Curriculum Vitae > （PDF）[108KB]
Letter of Recommendation > （PDF）[104KB]
●The following PDFs are shown for reference only.
○2020 First Semester Admissions
Doctor Admission > （PDF）[244KB]
○2020 First Semester Admissions for Institutions with International Academic Exchange Agreement
Doctor Admission > （PDF）[124KB]
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