Sapporo ("important river flowing through a plain") in Ainu language is the capital of Hokkaido and Japan's fifth largest city. Sapporo is also one of the nation's youngest major cities. In 1857, the city's population stood at just seven people. Sapporo became world famous in 1972 when the Olympic Winter Games were held there. Today, the city is well known for its ramen, beer, and the annual snow festival held in February.
Participants in this program take a wide variety of courses offered in English in the fields of Languages and Thought, Culture, Society, Environment, Science and Technology. Students also study the Japanese language. Students with sufficient Japanese language proficiency can also take a limited number of regular university courses taught in Japanese.
|Education Abroad Advisor||Alyse Collins|
|Get Started||Attend an Ed Abroad 101 Session|
|Program Provider||PSU Exchange with Hokkaido University|
|Program Dates||Current Program Calendar|
|Areas of Study||
|Capstone Option||Reporting Live is available Fall and Spring terms|
|Credits||Fall/Winter: Students enroll in 24 quarter credits
Spring: Students enroll in 21 - 24 quarter credits
Academic Year: Students enroll in 36 - 48 quarter credits
|Language of Instruction||English, Japanese|
|Host Country Language||Japanese|
|Class Standing Eligibility||
|Language Requirements||No previous language study required|
|Preferred Requirements||Students with 1 year of full-time coursework at PSU|
|Current Course Offerings||Current List of Available Courses|
|Program Brochure||Additional Program Information|
|PSU Fees||Program Fee: PSU Tuition + Fees|
Additional Scholarships are available for this program.