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March 20, 2023
To all students
In accordance with the "Basic Policy on Measures to Prevent COVID-19 Infections from March 2023," announced on the Keio University website on March 8, Keio will be discontinuing certain COVID-19-related practices and infection prevention measures that have been in place since the 2021 academic year.
When classes are in session, students will be individually responsible for their own efforts to prevent infections. As such, please make sure you review the policy mentioned above and take action to reduce the risk of spreading the disease.
Keio University will continue to conduct over 90% of its classes in person for the 2023 academic year, as it had done in the 2022 academic year.
Up until now, Keio University has been accepting applications to allow students to continue their studies if they are unable to attend classes in person due to the pandemic or immigration restrictions. However, please note that these measures will also end. Ensure that you plan your studies systematically by checking the details of each class syllabus, including whether it will be held in person or online.
As of AY 2023 a course description will be listed in each syllabus in addition to the course numbering system (K-Number) introduced in 2022. This will help students understand the contents of each class and where it fits in the curriculum by providing concise explanations based on the Diploma Policy (DP) and Curriculum Policy (CP) of the affiliated faculty or graduate school. Through this, the course description aims to help students formulate and organize their academic plans. Moving forward, the Center for Quality Assurance in Higher Learning that was established in 2022 will continue to guarantee, enrich, and improve upon the quality of education and learning at Keio University.
Likewise, we ask for everyone's continued understanding and cooperation to make student life and learning at Keio as fulfilling as possible.