GIGA Program
An English-Based Bachelor's Degree Program in Japan
Integrating the Most Cutting-Edge Technology and Social Science
Curriculum
Curriculum for Students Entering in Academic Year 2014 or After
Scholarships
Exclusively for GIGA Program International Students
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Why the GIGA
Program?

Problems and issues in our society and the world have become increasingly complex, and designing solutions for them requires a broad integrated knowledge across various fields. The GIGA Program trains students to identify and resolve these complex issues by offering an education that integrates technology, science, design, and governance. The GIGA Program, taught in English, prepares students with the knowledge and skills necessary for this era of rapid progress, thus positioning them for preeminent careers in global enterprises.

Curriculum

Our featured courses are selected through a rigorous process and uniquely created for each semester.

Fundamental Subjects

Advanced Subjects

Seminar (Kenkyukai)

Graduation Project

Requirements for Graduation

Japanese Language Study

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SFC Open Campus 2019
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Spring Commencement 2019
On Monday, March 25, the 2019 Keio Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony was held at the Exhibition Halls of Pacifico Yokohama, with…
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