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Keio University conducts student exchange programs (university-endorsed student exchange programs) with more than 90 overseas partner institutions every year. These programs offer students an opportunity to study for one year at any one of the partner institutions. Through international exchange of students, Keio University expects students to develop an international awareness and broaden their intellectual horizons. Each year, about 30 SFC students participate in the programs. In addition, several students from SFC go abroad to study either on scholarships or at their own expense.
Those students who apply in any of the following three categories are accredited as students 'Studying Abroad'.
Note: In general, those students studying abroad for the purpose of learning a foreign language will be granted a Temporary Leave of Absence.
Students must carefully read [留学のてびき] or Guidebook for Overseas Study distributed at the Registrar Section and thereafter attend the Orientation for Studying Abroad.(The guidebook and the website are available in Japanese only.)
The Graduate School of Media and Governance started the Double Degree (DD) Program with Yonsei University (Korea) and Fudan University (China) in 2005. This Program allows students to obtain two Master's degrees - one from Keio University and the other from Yonsei University, Fudan University within a minimum of two years after enrolling in this program. In principle, students of the Graduate School of Media and Governance do not have to pay tuition fees to Yonsei, Fudan for two years as part of the agreement between each university. As a general rule, students will stay at Yonsei or Fudan University for one or two semesters during their two years of enrollment.