About the College
Message from the Dean
GARBAGE But we at CIC think there is much more to intercultural communication than that. To us, intercultural communication includes the entire process of thinking about how to deal with and live with people whose values, world views and ways of thinking differ from ours. It is thinking that all are thinking and cross-cultural communication. Skills in Japanese and other languages are vital for encountering different people and coming into contact with their diverse values and ways of thinking. However, CIC students do not seek merely to acquire language skills. Language as a tool to use for what? Is the power that think and act flexibly. In your four years at the College of Intercultural Communication, you will learn how to use your language skills as a tool to help you gather knowledge and experience. We have no doubt that you will change dramatically in the course of your studies. We invite you to fling open the doors of CIC to see what kind of person you can become!