The dual degree program is taught in English and will take four years to complete as a full-time student. Students enrolling in this program are excited to live and study in Japan and Australia, to get to know the country (and the region) and to learn or advance their Japanese language skills.
Students commencing at ANU will spend the first and fourth year of their degree in Canberra, and the second and third year of their degree studying at RU in Japan.
As part of the Bachelor of Asia-Pacific Affairs at ANU, you can choose courses from four different subject and disciplinary areas: politics and government; international relations and security; conflict and peacebuilding; and history and cultural identity.
The Bachelor of Global Liberal Arts at RU focuses on the cultivation of learning rooted in the humanities and social sciences to develop your ability to identify and solve problems in a globalised world.
Students commencing their dual degree program at Ritsumeikan University should visit the RU website.