Course Description

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Course Description

● Objectives

The aim of this course is to provide students with a general understanding of the nature and attributes of war and peace by illuminating various aspects of wartime experiences, including the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, and at the same time, to explore contemporary issues relating to world peace in a global era. It is designed primarily for students who seek to gain a deeper knowledge of the importance of peace-making by participating in lectures, discussions, and featured programs.

● Assessment

Students’ grades for the course will be based on the quality of their participation in the classes and activities. The grade will also be based on their participation and performance in a group project task where they will have the opportunity to show the knowledge and perspectives they have gained during the course.

● Who is eligible?

Eligible participants are second year or higher undergraduate students or those with higher levels of education (including graduate students).

● Application

Application for 2020 course has been closed.

To apply for the course, please fill your information in the online application form.
After submitting your application through the online form, we will contact you via e-mail within 3 business days to inform you that we have received your application. If you do not hear from us, please contact us.

Note: Thank you for your interest. We will contact each applicant through email by middle of April. Please check email carefully, especially if you use Yahoo mail, which tends to sort out our mail as spam.

● Contact Information

Office of Intensive Summer Course
Faculty of International Studies
Hiroshima City University
Ozuka-higashi, Asaminami-ku, Hiroshima, 731-3194, Japan

Phone: +81 (0)82 830 1505 / Fax: +81 (82) 830 1657
E-mail address: Hiroshima-and-Peace[a] (please replace [a] to @)