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  • 国際教養学部 春学期 4限 春学期 5限
  • Urban and Regional Planning 01
  • For the first time in human history, more than half of the world’s population is living in towns and cities and this figure is likely to grow to 80...

  • 国際教養学部 秋学期 3限 秋学期 4限
  • Urban Studies
  • This lecture course is concerned with the collective nature and political potential of urban public spaces. It sees public space as an arena for so...

  • 国際教養学部 春学期 5限
  • Intensive English (Reading) A
  • This course is designed to help students handle the extensive amounts of reading they encounter in university. The goal is to help students improve...

  • 国際教養学部 春学期 5限
  • Intensive English (Reading) B
  • This course is designed to help students handle the extensive amounts of reading they encounter in university. The goal is to help students improve...

  • 国際教養学部 春学期 5限
  • Intensive English (Reading) C
  • This course is designed to help students handle the extensive amounts of reading they encounter in university. The goal is to help students improve...

  • 国際教養学部 春学期 3限
  • Intensive English (Reading) D
  • This course is designed to prepare students for academic readings by helping them read more strategically and efficiently. Students will learn and ...

  • 国際教養学部 春学期 3限
  • Intensive English (Reading) E
  • This course is designed to prepare students for academic readings by helping them read more strategically and efficiently. Students will learn and ...

  • 国際教養学部 春学期 3限
  • Intensive English (Reading) F
  • This course is designed to prepare students for academic readings by helping them read more strategically and efficiently. Students will learn and ...

  • 国際教養学部 春学期 4限
  • Intensive English (Reading) G
  • This course is designed to prepare students for academic readings by helping them read more strategically and efficiently. Students will learn and ...

  • 国際教養学部 春学期 4限
  • Intensive English (Reading) H
  • This course is designed to prepare students for academic readings by helping them read more strategically and efficiently. Students will learn and ...