TIU Mock Class 6 of 6: Japanese Pop-Culture and Nation Branding

Start Date: February 12 (Sat), 2022
Start Time: 3:00 PM (JST)
Location: Online (Zoom)
Hosted By: Tokyo International University

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※ This event will focus on E-Track’s bachelor’s degree programs only. For information on our master’s or Ph.D. programs, visit our website or email us.

The International Relations major helps future leaders develop their understanding of world issues, cultures, and societies. In this sample class experience, participants will get an introduction to Japanese anime and popular culture, and gain insight into how the country uses media to shape its global image and strengthen its “soft power.”

< About the Instructor >
Dr. Barbara Greene is an Associate Professor of International Relations. She holds a Ph.D. in East Asian Studies from the University of Arizona and a Master of Arts in War Studies from King’s College, London. Her research interests include Japanese popular culture, Japanese contemporary literature, and collective memory. For more information on Professor Greene, visit:

< General information about the TIU E-Track Program >
Located in the heart of Japan, Tokyo International University is a leading global university that provides degree programs taught in English. With world-renowned faculty and students from 68 countries, TIU offers a truly international learning environment.
In the E-Track Program, students can earn a 4-year, fully accredited bachelor’s degree in Business Economics (B.A.), Digital Business & Innovation (B.S.), or International Relations (B.A.) in English. No prior Japanese language experience is required; students can take TIU Japanese courses from beginner to advanced.

※ Scholarships that reduce the tuition fee by up to 100% are available.

【Application Periods】

<Fall 2022 enrollment>
February 16 – March 9, 2022
March 30 – April 20, 2022


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