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  • Waseda University, Study Abroad 2013/14

    Waseda Thematic Studies Abroad at the

    University of Auckland

    Location: Auckland, New Zealand

    Option 1: International Business, Languages and Arts (English + Thematic Studies

    Abroad: (2012))

    Entry Requirements:

    For Entry to the English Language Academy (FCertEAP): Approximate TOEFL

    requirement at the time of application.

    o IBT 60 (This requirement is under the assumption that students will have

    reached at IBT 70 score at time of arrival at the ELA)

    o Students who fail to meet the required IBT 70 Score at time of arrival at the ELA, have theoption to enter for Academic English Module 2.

    For Entry to The University of Auckland (COP): successful completion of FCertEAP

    Option 1 Programme Dates:

    Dates Programme

    23 September 2013 7 February2014

    English for Academic Purposes (FCertEAP) at EnglishLanguage Academy (ELA)

    February 2014 International Student Orientation Week (Date TBC)

  • 3 March 2014 30 June 2014 Semester of Study (COP) at The Universityof Auckland

    Students should arrive by 18 September 2013

    Nationality (as per Hiromis email)

    The ELA offers a multicultural learning experience with students from over 30 countries.

    This program is open to all nationalities except New Zealand.

    KEYWORDs:

    Intensive English Language

    Wide variety of courses

    Business, Languages and Arts

    New Zealands leading University

    Individualised class selection

    Programme Summary

    Students will begin their studies at the Universitys English Language Academy (ELA)

    studying English for Academic Purposes for 20 weeks.

    Following a two week break, during which students can take advantage of the beautiful

    New Zealand summer, students will participate in The University of Aucklands

    International Student Orientation programme.

    Waseda students will then spend a semester studying at The University of Auckland,

    which is New Zealands finest and offers Waseda students a unique opportunity to

  • study international business, languages and arts.

    At The University of Auckland, students can enrol in a full-time load of up to four

    courses (60 points) from either the Faculty of Business and Economics or the Faculty of

    Arts. Students will be advised by the Faculty Student Advisor when making their course

    choices, and throughout their time at The University of Auckland will be assisted by a

    coordinator who will meet with them and be available by phone and email.

    Academic Study

    English Language Academy: Students will complete the Foundation Certificate in

    English for Academic Purposes over 20 weeks. They will be in small classes with other

    students who will be going on to study at The University of Auckland.

    The Foundation Certificate prepares students for academic studies in all aspects of

    English language including note-taking, academic report and essay writing, exam

    preparation, presentation skills and communication techniques.

    The University of Auckland: The Student Advisers at the Business School and the Faculty

    of Arts will assist the students in choosing course options across a range of programmes

    offered, providing that pre-requisites and English language proficiency levels for

    advanced courses are met. Course choices are individualised to suit individual student

    interests and needs.

  • Option 2: TESOL, Languages, Arts and International Business, (English + Thematic Studies Abroad:

    (2012))

    Entry Requirements:

    For Entry to the English Language Academy (TESOL and Module 4):

    Approximate TOEFL requirement at the time of application.

    o IBT 80 Overall plus a Writing score of 21

    For Entry to The University of Auckland (COP):

    Approximate TOEFL requirement at the time of application.

    o IBT 80 Overall plus a Writing score of 21

    Dates Programme

    23 September 2013 7 February2014

    TESOL at ELA

    Academic English Module 4 at ELA

    February 2014International Student Orientation Week (Date TBC)

    3 March 2014 30 June 2014Semester of Study (COP) at The University of

    Auckland

    Students should arrive by 18 September 2013

    KEYWORDs:

    TESOL plus Teaching Knowledge Test (TKT) examination (TKT Modules 1, 2, 3 and TKTPractical)

    Intensive Academic English Language

    Wide variety of courses

    Business, Languages and Arts

    New Zealands leading University

    Individualised class selection

  • Programme Summary

    Students will begin their studies at the Universitys English Language Academy (ELA)

    studying in a Cambridge TESOL and TKT programme, followed by English for Academic

    Purposes (Module 4) for 20 weeks.

    Waseda students will then spend a semester studying at The University of Auckland,

    which is New Zealands finest and offers Waseda students a unique opportunity to

    study international business, languages and arts.

    At The University of Auckland, students can enrol in a full-time load of up to four

    courses (60 points) from either the Faculty of Business and Economics or the Faculty of

    Arts. Students will be advised by the Faculty Student Advisor when making their course

    choices, and throughout their time at The University of Auckland will be assisted by a

    coordinator who will meet with them and be available by phone and email.

    Academic Study

    English Language Academy: Students will first complete the TESOL course and take the

    TKT Module 1, 2 and 3 and the TKT Practical for 10 weeks. The TESOL proportion of the

    programme will focus on knowledge of ESOL teaching and includes practicum (teaching

    practice). Candidates will be prepared for, and sit the Cambridge TKT exam modules 1,

    2 and 3 and TKT practical. Students will then complete Module 4 of English for

    Academic Purposes for 10 weeks, in which they will be in small classes with other

    students who will be going on to study at The University of Auckland. This course

    prepares students for academic studies in a New Zealand context and in all aspects of

    English language including note-taking, academic report and essay writing, exam

    preparation, presentation skills and communication techniques.

    The University of Auckland: The Student Advisers at the Business School and the

    Faculty of Arts will assist the students in choosing course options across a range of

    programmes offered, providing that pre-requisites and English language proficiency

  • levels for advanced courses are met. Course choices are individualised to suit individual

    student interests and needs.

    TSA at The University of Auckland

    The TSA programme at The University of Auckland is dedicated to helping students

    improve both their English proficiency and their understanding of Language, Arts and

    International Business.

    The University of Auckland was established in 1883 and is New Zealand's leading

    university, with about 40,000 students, of which 5,000 are international students. It is a

    research-led University, and is recognised internationally. The University is located in

    the heart of cosmopolitan Auckland, the countrys largest and most vibrant city, in

    which students are never far from breathtaking scenery, beautiful beaches and

    outdoor activities.

    New Zealand is an excellent place to study international business given the dependence

    of its economy on international trade and investment. New Zealands exports are

    renowned in markets such as Japans while foreign investment and inbound tourism

    play a major role in the New Zealand economy. Policymakers and academics, Japanese

    included, give much attention to the New Zealand model. Study at the University of

    Auckland also offers Waseda students a distinctive insight into Maori (Polynesian)

    culture and those of Europeans settled in a remarkable new environment.

    Waseda students will either spend one or two semesters studying at the University of

    Auckland, which is New Zealands finest and offers Waseda students a unique

    opportunity to study international business, arts and related fields. Students will enrol

    in a full-time load of four courses (60 points) per semester in the Faculty of Business

    and Faculty of Arts, which offers a broad range of diverse courses.

    Students taking part in The University of Aucklands International Student Orientation

  • programme will be presented with information about living and studying at University

    of Auckland, offered advice on strategies for getting the most out of University studies

    and introduced students to the unique culture, beautiful landscape around Auckland

    City and also to other international students.

    Between semesters, students will have a three week study break during which they

    may wish to explore New Zealand, either as part of an organised tour or more

    independently.

    Courses in the Business School can include:

    Accounting 101 Accounting Information

    Accounting 151G Financial Literacy

    Accounting 191 Accounting Information for Decision-Making

    Business 151G Communication in a Multicultural Society

    Business 191 Introduction to Business

    Economics 101 MicroEconomics

    Economics 151G Understanding the Global Economy

    ESOL 200 Advanced Academic Spoken English

    ESOL 201 Advanced Academic Written English

    International Business 151G Competing in the Global Marketplace

    Management 101 Organisation and Management

    Marketing 151G Essential Marketing