Hiroshima University is open to globally-minded people, and welcomes students from all over the world.
This website aims to give you an idea of what you can learn at Hiroshima University. The contents include snapshots of a summer school for foreign students, as well as full recordings of 90-minute regular classes. You will get a sense of the atmosphere of campus life, and have the chance to learn about Hiroshima University before you apply.
Not a great deal of content is available at the moment, but we will add more in the coming years. Stay tuned to this web site, and we hope we will see many of you here at Hiroshima University.
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NEW HiCE022: Earth Environmental Chemistry
NEW HiCE021: Experimental Methods and Laboratory Work in Science B
HiCE020: Hinduism and Buddhism in South Asia
HiCE019: Advanced Biofuel Engineering
HiCE018: Japanese Popular Arts and Culture I
HiCE016: Concert Management II
HiCE015: Advanced Biomass Resources
HiCE014: Communication Seminar II
HiCE013: Principles of Physics
HiCE012: Scientific Literacy of Physics I
HiCE011: General Biosphere Science (2)
HiCE010: Law and Public Policy Special Lecture (Diplomatic Law)
HiCE009: Introduction to Hiroshima Astrophysical Science Center (HASC)
HiCE007: Mathematics (Algebra and Geometry) - ORIGAMI and geometric Constructions
HiCE006: Global Issues Towards Peace B
HiCE005: Elements of Information Literacy
HiCE003: Introduction to Chinese Thoughts and Culture
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