Academics

Diploma Policy

Degree will be conferred to those who have been recognized as obtaining the following competencies (abilities/skills)

ディプロマ・ポリシー(卒業認定・学位授与方針)に関する図
  
Foresight The ability to discover the core problems caused by changes in society by developing a multifaceted perspective based on broad knowledge, foreseeing the future with a global perspective and conceptual thinking.
Strategy The ability to develop integrated solutions strategically by collecting, researching and analyzing information and learning with logical thinking utilizing ICT literacy.
Global collaboration The ability to utilize high language proficiency and communication skills for collaborating with people from different cultures and values, respecting social and individual diversity and building credible relationships with them.
Energetic drive The ability to proactively take on and pursue challenges demonstrating leadership and perseverance without avoiding difficulties.
Self-improvement The ability to improve oneself through lifelong learning with high motivation and morality.

Curriculum Policy

  • Academic Input and Practical Output Repeated in the Curricula
    To enable students to gain the competencies (abilities and skills) defined in Diploma Policy, the University systematically designs the curricula repeating “academic input” of knowledge and skills from Liberal arts subjects, Basic tool subjects, and Practical English and “practical output” from Project-Based Learning and Experiential/Practical Programs. Students take courses according to their awareness of issues and academic situations.
  • Subjects Selection from “Perspectives”
    The Liberal Arts subjects are set up so that students select a “Perspective” from which to view the issues based on their own interests, and can learn useful knowledge about the themes of each perspective. This is to develop students’ ability to look to the future from multifaceted, diverse, and global perspectives for problems in the real world while keeping SDGs in mind.
  • Development of Global Collaboration
    Students will foster the ability to respect diversity and cooperate and create mutual relationships of trust with others that possess different values from them. This is done through actively bringing in international students from abroad, having international students learn together with Japanese students, and having the students work hard together while also having students be globally active and develop communication skills that enable cooperation with a diverse range of people through the practical English curriculum, courses taught in both Japanese and English, study abroad, and international experience programs.
  • Practical Education with Partner Organizations
    Students will foster the ability to respect diversity and cooperate through Experiential / Practical programs, including Internship, Volunteer, and Overseas Programs.
    Students shall also develop the ability to discover fundamental issues, create plans for solutions, and see things through by tackling practical problem-solving issues in cooperation with various partner organizations, including companies, NPOs, international organizations, and local governments.

Admissions Policy

Eikei University of Hiroshima aims to foster a cadre of young people who have high aspirations to contribute to local communities and to the world in the midst of uncertain socioeconomic circumstances, as well as to boldly take on unsolved challenges, and to tenaciously pave the way for a new era. We will admit students from Japan and overseas with the following qualities, abilities and aspirations.

  • A person who has strong interests in various cultures, history, society in Japan and overseas, and international relations and is willing to learn further by actively communicating with others
  • A person who aims to strengthen his or her own abilities by studying with a sense of purpose and looking ahead
    to the future
  • A person who has gained basic academic skills through high school studies, takes initiative in facing various
    challenges with a broad perspective while engaging others, and intends to contribute to society at large

Qualifications, Abilities, and Motivations Required of Entrants

  • Basic academic skills
  • Broad vision
  • Strong interest in inquiring about various cultures, histories, societies both at home and abroad, and international relations
  • Willingness to learn
  • Willingness to strengthen one’s ability
  • Willingness to contribute to society
  • Positive attitude toward studying with a sense of purpose and a vision for the future
  • Postive attitude toward actively communicating with others
  • Positive attitude toward taking initiative and involving others in addressing various challenges