HUSTEP Calendar

HUSTEP ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2017-2018


Official Period of HUSTEP Enrollment


Half Year: October 1st, 2017 – February 28th, 2018 or April 1st, 2018 to August 31st, 2087


Full Year: October 1st, 2017 – August 31st, 2018

 


1. First Semester (October 2016-February 2017)*

Date Events
September 11th– September 25th, 3:00 PM Japanese Language course (Fall Semester and Fall quarter) online application

September 20th,21st, 22nd

Arrival and Settlement
September 21st, 22nd, 25th Procedures at the Ward Office, open a bank account
September 27th HUSTEP Orientation
September 26th HUSTEP classes begin (First Semester)
October 2nd Entrance Ceremony for International Students
October 4th Japanese Language classes begin
Mid October HUSTEP course (First Semester) registration deadline
Late November Japanese Language course (Winter Quarter) Online application
Early December Course cancellation period (First  Semester)
December 26th – January 4th Winter Vacation
February 9th Last Day of Classes
Mid February Cultural Activities
Mid February – Early April Spring Break

*The schedule above is tentative.


2. Second Semester (April 2017 – August 2017)*

Date Events
Late March Japanese Language course (Spring Quarter) online application
April 9th Classes begin (Second Semester)
April 9th Japanese Language classes begin
Mid April HUSTEP course (Second Semester) registration deadline
Early June Japanese Language course (Summer Quarter) online application
Early June Course cancellation period (Second Semester)
Mid August Last Day of Japanese Language classes
Mid August Farewell Party

*The schedule above is tentative.


Date Events
October 6th (Mon) Health-Sports Day (Taiiku no hi)
November 3rd (Fri) Culture Day (Bunka no hi)
November 23rd (Thurs) Labor Thanksgiving Day (Kinrou kansha no hi)
December 23rd (Sat) Emperor’s Birthday (Ten no tanjobi)
January 8th (Mon) Coming of Age Day (Seijin no hi)
February 11th (Sat) National Foundation Day (Kenkoku kinen no hi)
March 21st (Wed) Vernal Equinox Holiday (Shunbun no hi)
April 29th (Sun) Showa Day (Showa no hi)
April 30th (Mon) Substitute Holiday
May 3rd (Thurs) Constitution Memorial Day (Kempo kinen-bi)
May 4th (Fri) Greenery Day (Midori no hi)
May 5th (Sat) Children’s Day (Kodomo no hi)
June  1st-3rd (Fri-Sun) University Festival
July 16th (Mon) Sea Day (Umi no hi)
August 11th (Sat) Mountain Day (Yama no hi)
  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
8:45 -10:15 Japanese Language


Space Utilization Engineering

Japanese Language Japanese Language Japanese Language Japanese Language
10:30-12:00M/span> Japanese Language Indigenous Rights and Sustainability Structural Dynamics and Environmental Vibrations Chemistry and English for Life Science Japanese Language
13:00-14:30 Japanese Language


Gender and Society

Soviet History


Overview of Energy Engineering Technology

Japanese Language Contemporary Japanese Society A Chemistry and English for Life Science
14:45-16:15 Language in Society Mechanical Vibration and Control Contemporary Japanese Society B
16:30-18:00 Joy of Science Cells and Their Environment: Extracellular Matrix Applied Literature for Sustainable Development 2013


Field Bioscience in the Northern Biosphere

Queer Theory and Visual Culture


Japanese Economy

On average, students take one morning  and one afternoon Japanese Language class class per day.


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Updated on   September 07, 2017

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