Cross-Cultural Communication University of Tsukuba
In this course, students will learn the basics of cross-cultural communication in respect to the globalised university, and the future working environment they will face. Irrespective of your backgrounds, past affiliations and disciplines, the need will be to have good communication with people having diverse perspectives and personalities, and which is key for building relationships and success, and future careers.
Day 1: General Introduction to Cross Cultural Communication – April 9th (5th period)
Day 2: Towards Developing CCCs – April 16th (5th period)
Day 3: ITB-W-N-L – April 23rd (5th period)
Day 4: Communication Skill Training I – May 7th (6th period) (Shige-Guest Lecturer)
Day 5: Communication Skill Training II – May 14th (5th period) (Shige-Guest Lecturer)
Day 6: Communication Skill Training III – May 28th (5th period) (Shige-Guest Lecturer)
Days 7-10: Whole day-Guest Speakers from abroad: Special Talk on Sport Volunteering
(Nada Rochevska- a Premier Sports Volunteer Consultant, Cologne, Germany)
- morning session: 8:40 AM to 10:30 AM
& Communication Workshop and Training
(Yukari Carrie Horiguchi: CEO & President at Communication Psychology International, Tokyo, Japan)
- afternoon session:1 PM to 5 PM)
– June 29th
Follow Up – Advice on Communication Challenges and Networking Issues (as required, GSI-403, Prof. Rakwal)
Attendance & Class Participation: 70%, Discussion & Works: 30%
Online Course Requirement
Lecture is conducted in English.
Online(Asynchronous). Online(Synchronous). face-to-face
face to face / online Sincerity, timeliness, concentrated effort to learning and active participation in the class / discussion and practice during the program. Understanding of cultures and contexts is a key. Behavior in and out of class to UT-graduate school/international standards
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Link to the syllabus provided by the university