The Purpose of the GEC

The Purpose of the ISC
Studying abroad is what you make of it. However, even the most adventuresome student can benefit from a little friendly advice, a shoulder to lean on, and support now and then. GEC is the first place students should turn to for assistance while at Musashi.

Roles of the GEC

Roles of the ISC
  • International Cooperation and Collaboration
  • East Asian Studies (EAS) Program
  • Study Abroad Preparation Program
  • Language Education Support
  • Musashi Communication Village (MCV)
  • Student Exchange Program
  • Short-term Intensive Language Program
  • Self-designed Overseas Research Program
  • Global Internship Program
  • International Exchange Events

Students Mobility

University of Kent 
University of Winchester 
University of Worcester 
London School of Economics and Political Science 
Adelphi University 
Hawaii Pacific University 
Northern Kentucky University
Ohio University 
Pace University 
St.Mary's University 
Temple University 
International Studies Abroad 
University of British Columbia (Okanagan campus)
Medicine Hat College 
Deakin University 
Southern Cross University 
Institut de Touraine
Universite Jean Moulin Lyon 3 
Universite de Paris 

Martin Luther Universitaet Halle-Wittenberg 
Passau Universitaet 
Carl Duisberg Centren 
Fontys University of Applied Sciences 
Windesheim University of Applied Sciences 
Korea University
Yonsei University
Nankai University
Xi’an International Studies University 
National Chengchi University 
Hong Kong
The Education University of Hong Kong 
Singapore Institute of Management
University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City
Student Exchange Program
Study Abroad Program
Study Abroad Program(PDP students only)
Short-term Intensive Language Program
Non-exchange Program

Collaboration with Temple University Japan Campus (TUJ)

TUJ is the Japan campus of Temple University, an American university based in Philadelphia. TUJ is the oldest and largest foreign educational institution to be officially recognized as a Foreign University by Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). Aiming to become more international, Musashi University began collaborating with TUJ, which has enhanced educational opportunities for students of both institutions. In addition, Musashi University entered into a credit exchange program with TUJ in 2012.