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LINK CIC plans and runs events that connect all CIC students, providing the opportunity to think about and discuss things such as study, studying abroad, and careers. LINK CIC also invites alumni and guests who are prominent in their fields to give lectures on their industries and their views pertaining to their work.

Link CIC invites international exchange students to take part in their events.



Bridge CIC News produces a biannual newsletter in both English and Japanese to communicate what’s current at the College of Intercultural Communication. It puts the spotlight on current students, alumni, and professors, exploring their diverse activities and ideas through interviews and contributions.



Map of restaurants offering vegetarian items, created by students

This student organization consists of international students at CIC. The organization plans and manages events to support international students and offer experiences of the cultures of their home countries. It values the perspectives of international students from a variety of different countries.

International exchange students can gain a lot by joining SEAGULL during their stay with CIC.


Study Abroad Ambassador Program

Study Abroad Ambassadors help international exchange students quickly get used to life in Japan. Japanese students pair up with them as Buddies to provide them with support, and plan and organize international events. In addition to getting numerous opportunities to speak with international students, these Japanese students also play the role of a Japanese language tutor enabling both the Japanese and international
students to improve their language skills and allowing Japanese students to deepen their understanding of foreign cultures.

International exchange students are encouraged to become a Study Abroad Ambassador.

Rikkyo Japanese Language Class

These Japanese language classes, conducted by CIC student volunteers, are held twice a week for people living and working in Toshima Ward whose native language is not Japanese. This activity connects classroom learning to actual practice. The program provides students with the opportunity to get to know the environment that the participants are facing and to consider the kind of support that the participants need. This site-based program in Japan is a place where international cooperation is being practiced.




Students enrolled in the CIC Translator and Interpreter Training Program offer real-life translation and interpreting services for various projects within and beyond the campus. Students strive to euhance their interpreting competence by applying the knowledge and skills acquired in the classroom.

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