Temple University is a highly-ranked public research institution that has long been a leader in study abroad. It offers students from across the country and around the world a gateway to global learning with long-standing international campuses in Tokyo and Rome and opportunities to explore six continents.
TUJ Campus, Tokyo
With 40 percent of its undergraduates enrolled in Japanese studies, TUJ, also known as the Japan Campus, offers students a dynamic exchange of ideas and perspectives on international relations and aspects of cultural diversity through a wide range of academic programs and social events. Participating in the fall, spring or 10-week summer semester is an opportunity to study alongside degree-seeking Japanese students and international students from about 60 countries worldwide.
TUJ’s unique location within the greater Tokyo area provides a variety of options for students to study and interact with local community members and business professionals in a diverse and vibrant urban environment. Many students also participate in global fieldwork experiences through a range of programs and internships offered by the College of Public Health, Boyer College of Music and Dance, School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management and Temple’s Global Business Center.
Study Abroad Procedures
All full time, degree-seeking Temple University students in good academic and disciplinary standing are eligible to study abroad on approved Temple exchange or external program opportunities. Generally, the recommended time to study abroad is the junior year, but students may also go during their sophomore and senior years. Whether you’re considering study abroad for the first time or are interested in a new destination, the Education Abroad office is here to help you navigate your path.