Education Philosophy, Objective for Education and Research and Objective for Development of Human Resources

The education philosophy and objectives are laid out as follows in Section One of the Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies’ school regulations.

First Article: This school, as a university that prescribes its teaching method following the Fundamental Law of Education, teaches and researches knowledge related to foreign languages and international cultures based on the spirit of Christianity. Upon cultivating international perspectives and a well-rounded character, it is then our goal to foster people who will be able to contribute to the happiness and development of both local communities and human society.

Second Article: At our school, we have classes relating to Christianity as well as hold religious (worship) services as the foundation of our research and teaching academic studies. To achieve these goals for our university, we stipulate below our teaching and research objectives for our international language department, contemporary English language department, and our international communications department, as well as goals for human resource development.

  1. The foreign languages department hones flexible thinking skills and sensitivity towards different cultures, and instills international education and practical foreign language skills. Through this, we aim to cultivate human resources who can, as a citizen of earth, proactively address issues in local communities and international societies.
  2. The contemporary English department, through practical English skill cultivation and multi-cultural and economic possibilities in a global world, pursues significance and instills rich education (culture) and professionalism. As citizens of the Earth, it is our goal to instill in our students the ability to tackle many issues independently in an international society.
  3. The International Communications department studies the languages, society, and cultures of Europe and the cultural region of the EU centering around Germany, France, Europe, as well as the cultural region of Asia, centering around China, Korea, and Japan. Through the pursuit of the many possibilities and meaning of multicultural coexistence, we aim to cultivate human resources who can, as a citizen of earth, proactively address issues in local communities and international societies.

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