Admission

OKINAWA CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY

Admission Policy

Faculty of Humanities Department of English Communication
  • Students who do not adjust their views to suit the masses, but are able to think according to their own rationale.
  • Students who will spare no effort and work tirelessly to master at least one foreign language.
  • Students who will listen humbly to the opinions of others, but who are not afraid to express their own opinions.
  • Students who are brimming over with curiosity and strive to pose questions and find solutions to problems.
  • Students who look at things with a view not just toward Okinawa, Japan, or Asia, but toward the whole world.

Screening Methods

– Applicants will be screened by the following procedures:
  • AO Entrance Examination
  • Working Adult AO Entrance Examination
  • Recommendation-based Entrance Examination
  • General Entrance Examination
  • Transferring Examination
OKINAWA CHRISTIAN JUNIOR COLLEGE

Admission Policy

Department of English
  • Students who are motivated to serve the community and the world
  • Students and are willing to acquire appropriate communications skills in both English and Japanese, and who have a desire to contribute to the benefit of international society.
Department of Early Childhood Care and Education
  • Students who love children and who hope to be surrounded by children.
  • Students who have a willingness to learn deeply about childcare theory and practice.
  • Students who are willing to solve problems related to childcare both within the home and community.

Screening Methods

– Applicants will be based on the following procedures:
  • AO Entrance Examination
  • Working Adult AO Entrance Examination
  • Recommendation-based Entrance Examination
  • General Entrance Examination
  • Transferring Examination (transferring to different department)
OKINAWA CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY
   GRADUATE SCHOOL of Intercultural Communication

Admission Policy

Graduate School of Intercultural Communication
  • seeking ways of achieving peaceful coexistence with people in the spirit of the Christian message
  • thinking independently and critically and resisting the traditions of automatic acquiescence
  • considering not only local and national implications of research but global
  • having genuine interest, ability, plan and enthusiasm to undertake graduate research and produce a master’s thesis in intercultural communication
  • contributing to society through academic research

Screening Methods for Research Applications

– Applicants will be screened by the following procedures:
  • General Entrance: These students enter the program immediately after finishing their undergraduate education.
  • Working Adults: These students enter the program if they have experience in the job market of more than one year.