Global communication in the School of Foreign StudiesOur goal is to develop human resources with high foreign language proficiency and broad knowledge.
The School of Foreign Studies is evolving towards the development of global human resources
Looking at society in recent years, we have entered an era of multilingual and multicultural coexistence in a globalized society. Thus, at NUFS we are evolving education itself by introducing a new educational system in the School of Foreign Studies to redefine the ideal university of foreign languages. The new system reconfirms English as an international language from cosmopolitan perspectives, and places importance on eleven other foreign languages while focusing on plurilingualism and world-class liberal arts. In order to appreciate, understand, and accept various world cultures, students will learn cultural diversity while studying not only English, but also eleven other languages. The School of Foreign Studies is striving to develop students as global human resources who will utilize their education and participate in the era of multilingual and multicultural coexistence.
People who have language skills armed with deep knowledge and expertise will be a driving force in international society.
Our aim is to train English teachers with a more international mindset
French, known as the most beautiful language in the world, is also one of the official languages at the UN, the EU, the IOC, FIFA and other international institutions
Personnel with outstanding communication skills in Chinese are constantly in demand as China is gaining prominence as the world’s largest economy
Building up both Japanese and English language skills by viewing them as two among many languages of the world
World Liberal Arts, which represents the next standard for foreign language universities