i am interested in joining one, it helps to get to know a lot of people, maybe even meet a special someone.
It might be arranged by a girl in college, for example, and if she's got a guyfriend in another college who might be interested in meeting someone, she might ask around among her classmates to see if they want to join, and the guy in another college might ask the same number of guys to participate.Enjoy a day trip to the Meiji-Mura Village Museum, an open-air museum with stunning architecture from the Meiji period.Get around Nagoya efficiently using the excellent public trains and subways.The rebuilt Nagoya Castle is one of the most impressive landmarks, originally dating back to the 17th century.Experience Nagoya’s industrial past and present at the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry.Generally courses are 2 credits, though language classes vary. NUSIP, or the summer intensive program at Nagoya University offers engineering students an experiential automotive engineering course and a Japanese language course.
The automotive course includes site visits to major car manufacturers, and has been approved as a technical elective by chemical engineering.
Nagoya offers a program called NUPACE for incoming international students.
It offers Japanese language courses (standard and intensive programs) as well as English taught courses in the following areas: Economics, Sociology, Political Science, Environmental Studies, International Development, Math, Public Health, Nagoya also has 6 undergraduate and 7 graduate programs entirely taught in English under the G30 (Nagoya University Global 30 international programs) that NUPACE students have access to as well: Automotive Engineering (including Aerospace, Biologicial, Chemical, Electrical, Electronic, Information, and Mechanical Engineering) Biological Science and Applied Bio sciences, Chemistry, Physics, Political Science, Economics and Business Administration, Literature, Film Studies, History. Students must take a minimum of 15 Nagoya credits per semester.
JR Nagoya Station has Tokaido Shinkansen to Osaka (51 minutes), Kyoto (36 minutes) and Tokyo (1 hour, 50 minutes), Yokohama and Shinagawa.
JR trains from Nagoya Station run to Okazaki, Gamagori, Toyohashi, Gifu, Maibara, Ogaki and Tajimi.
They have a strong academic-industrial cooperation with the many industries, especially the automotive industry, that give their students real world hands on learning.