Keio offers over 200 courses and an ever-increasing number of degree programs delivered in English. This not only makes the university more accessible to students from abroad, it also fosters an atmosphere of global awareness and sensitivity among Japanese students.
A four-year, all-English economics program launched in September 2016.
Launched in 2011 through Keio's Global 30 activities, this is an international undergraduate course, taught in English, that integrates information and communication technology, and governance skills.
Students can complete all requirements only in English.
Master's program launched in 2009 through Keio's Global 30 activities.
Since 1996, the Graduate School of Business and Commerce of Keio University has been training promising tax personnel in the field of tax policy and administration with its Master’s Degree Program in Taxation Policy and Management. This program brings together the cooperation of Keio University, the National Tax Agency of Japan (NTA), and the World Bank in an alliance between public and private institutions.
Courses and research activities are conducted in English, and the PhD dissertation can be written in English.
Master's and Ph.D. programs, 6 areas of study, established in 2003.
Master's program, 3 areas of study, established in 2006.
Master's and Ph.D. programs, established in 2011.
Master's and Ph.D. programs, launched through Keio's Global 30 activities in Fall 2010.
Master's and Ph.D. programs, established in 2008.
A one-year all-English professional graduate master’s degree course, set to start in April 2017.
The Global Interdisciplinary Courses, conducted entirely in English and other foreign languages, were launched in April 2016 to provide students with an international outlook and a firm grounding in subjects across the disciplines. In the 2016 academic year, the program has nearly 470 courses on offer, which are comprised of Core Courses (fundamental subjects) and Research Courses (specialized subjects). The GIC are open to all undergraduate students, who are awarded a certificate of completion after obtaining more than 40 credits in total from the Core and Research Courses.
The Professional Career Program (PCP) offers an opportunity for third- and fourth-year students, principally in the Faculty of Economics, to receive a practical economics education in English. It offers small-group classes with an emphasis on practical, career-oriented education as well as specialist courses offered in law, economics, finance, public policy, international economics, and environmental economics.
The GPP (Global Passport Program), established by the Faculty of Business and Commerce and the Graduate School of Business and Commerce, is an educational program held in English whose aim is to enable students to discover problems companies or organizations might face in a global society, and to cultivate the ability to solve these problems.
Classes taught in English to provide students with opportunities to learn international relations as well as the society and culture of Japan and other countries.