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1 GRADUATE SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF JAPAN HANDBOOK for 1-year Program Students who enrolled in THE ACADEMIC YEAR

2 CALENDAR OF THE ACADEMIC YEAR FALL 2014 September 1 (Mon) The academic year begins. September 5 (Fri) Intensive English Program (IEP) ends. (IEP schedule: July 14-September 5) September 15 (Mon) National Holiday. around September 22 (Mon) October 3 (Fri) Programs and guidance for new enrollees (Intensive Japanese Program, Campus Life Orientation, Career Workshop, Academic Orientation, etc.) September 23 (Tue) National Holiday. October 3 (Fri) New Students Welcome Day. October 6 (Mon) Fall term courses begin. October 6 (Mon) 14 (Tue) Registration for fall term courses. October 13 (Mon) National Holiday. November 3 (Mon) National Holiday. November 7 (Fri) Last day for withdrawal from fall term courses. Mid November Pre-registration for winter term courses. November 24 (Mon) National Holiday. December 12 (Fri) Last day for fall term courses. December 15 (Mon) 19 (Fri) Final examinations in fall term courses. WINTER 2015 January 6 (Tue) Winter term courses begin. January 6 (Tue) 13 (Tue) Registration for winter term courses. January 12 (Mon) National Holiday. February 9 (Mon) Last day for withdrawal from winter term courses. February 11 (Wed) National Holiday. Mid February Pre-registration for spring term courses. March 16 (Mon) Last day for winter term courses. March 17 (Tue) 20 (Fri) Final examinations in winter term courses. SPRING 2015 April 2 (Thu) Spring term courses begin. April 2 (Thu) 9 (Thu) Registration for spring term courses. April 29 (Wed) National Holiday. May 3 (Sun) 6 (Wed) National Holidays. May 6 (Wed) Last day for withdrawal from spring term courses. May 14 (Thu) IUJ's Foundation day. June 10 (Wed) Last day for spring term courses. June 11 (Thu) 16 (Tue) Final examinations in spring term courses. June 26 (Fri) Graduation Ceremony for 2-year Program students. Late June Mid August Summer study period for 1-year Program students. Mid July Pre-registration for fall term courses. August 27 (Thu) Graduation Ceremony for 1-year Program students. August 31 (Mon) The academic year ends. Note: Faculty members can decide to have classes and exams on holidays.

3 国 際 大 学 の 建 学 の 理 念 及 び 使 命 目 的 < 国 際 大 学 の 建 学 の 理 念 > 国 際 大 学 は 広 くわが 国 の 経 済 界 教 育 界 並 びに 地 域 社 会 の 強 い 支 援 を 背 景 に 昭 和 57(1982) 年 国 際 社 会 で 活 躍 できる 高 度 な 専 門 的 知 識 を 持 った 職 業 人 の 育 成 を 企 図 する 大 学 院 大 学 として 開 学 しました 建 学 の 理 念 の 明 文 化 にあたっては 研 究 者 の 養 成 を 主 目 的 とする 従 来 の 日 本 の 大 学 院 とそ の 性 格 を 異 にする 本 学 の 成 り 立 ちから 教 育 界 経 済 界 などの 学 外 有 識 者 により 構 成 され た 国 際 大 学 顧 問 会 における 議 論 を 経 て 本 学 の 起 草 委 員 会 が 大 学 院 の 憲 法 ともいうべき 国 際 大 学 大 学 院 のあり 方 を 起 草 これを 理 事 会 が 承 認 し 発 布 しました 国 際 大 学 大 学 院 のあり 方 < 設 立 の 趣 旨 > 1. 国 際 大 学 は 広 くわが 国 の 経 済 界 教 育 界 並 びに 地 域 社 会 の 強 い 支 援 を 背 景 に 誕 生 した 私 学 で あることに 鑑 み 国 際 的 進 取 の 精 神 のもとに 自 主 独 立 と 自 由 闊 達 な 運 営 を 基 本 姿 勢 とする 2. 国 際 大 学 大 学 院 は 高 度 に 専 門 的 且 つ 学 際 的 学 識 を 具 備 し それを 国 際 場 裡 で 実 践 活 用 し 得 る 人 材 を 育 成 することをその 主 目 的 とする 新 しいプロフェッショナル スクールである < 特 色 > 3. 本 学 の 教 学 は 上 記 趣 旨 に 照 らして 学 際 的 であることを 原 則 とし 国 際 関 係 及 び 国 際 経 営 研 究 と 地 域 研 究 を 総 合 的 に 把 握 することを 特 色 とする 4. 高 度 に 専 門 的 な 学 識 の 具 備 を 可 能 とするために 具 体 的 なカリキュラムの 内 容 教 育 の 方 法 の 両 面 において 独 自 性 を 創 出 すると 共 に 高 度 の 研 究 活 動 を 行 うことにより 社 会 的 要 請 に 応 えてゆ くことを 目 指 す 5. 国 際 的 受 容 度 の 高 い 有 為 の 人 材 を 育 成 する 観 点 から 本 学 の 講 義 は 原 則 として 国 際 用 語 である 英 語 で 行 う 6. 本 学 は 前 記 設 立 の 趣 旨 に 照 らし 既 に 大 学 の 学 部 課 程 を 卒 業 して 実 務 に 携 わっている 者 を 教 育 することを 主 特 色 とする 同 時 に 広 く 門 戸 を 開 き 国 内 及 び 海 外 から 専 門 の 如 何 を 問 わず 多 彩 な 背 景 をもつ 人 材 を 受 け 入 れ これらの 学 生 間 の 相 互 交 流 を 通 じて 実 践 的 学 識 の 充 実 を 期 す る 7. 前 述 の 教 学 を 強 化 するために 本 学 は 全 寮 制 を 原 則 として 経 歴 国 情 の 異 なる 有 為 の 青 年 の 共 同 生 活 を 通 じて 問 題 意 識 世 界 観 などの 交 流 をめぐる 成 熟 した 相 互 刺 激 と 切 磋 琢 磨 が 行 われる ことを 目 的 とする 又 本 学 の 卒 業 生 は 卒 業 後 も 国 際 性 豊 かな 友 情 と 信 頼 を 基 盤 として 世 界 的 なレベルで 広 く 国 際 的 な 相 互 理 解 と 人 間 関 係 の 確 立 に 努 める 8. 本 学 は 広 く 内 外 からすぐれた 教 授 陣 を 求 めて 国 際 的 に 構 成 し 教 場 内 のみならず 学 生 との 日 常 的 な 接 触 を 通 じて 高 度 の 人 間 形 成 に 資 することを 志 向 する 更 に 学 生 のキャンパス 生 活 が 地 域 社 会 との 交 流 を 通 じてより 多 様 且 つ 有 意 義 なものとなるよう あらゆる 機 会 を 活 用 することに 努 力 する < 国 際 大 学 の 使 命 目 的 > 国 際 大 学 は 国 際 社 会 や 国 際 ビジネスが 直 面 する 諸 問 題 を 実 践 的 に 解 決 していくために 必 要 な 学 術 の 理 論 及 び 応 用 の 研 究 に 取 り 組 み その 教 育 を 通 して 高 度 に 専 門 的 な 知 識 と 技 能 及 び 異 文 化 に 対 する 深 い 理 解 と 共 感 をもったグローバル リーダーを 育 成 し もって 国 際 社 会 の 発 展 に 寄 与 することを 目 的 とする < 国 際 関 係 学 研 究 科 の 使 命 目 的 > 人 材 養 成 に 関 する 目 的 その 他 教 育 研 究 上 の 目 的 国 際 関 係 学 研 究 科 は 時 代 の 潮 流 を 見 通 す 長 期 的 なビジョンと 多 様 な 価 値 観 を 認 識 し 理 解 でき るグローバルな 視 野 を 有 し 国 際 社 会 が 抱 える 広 範 囲 で 多 様 な 課 題 に 対 して 高 度 な 分 析 能 力 と 問 題 解 決 能 力 を 発 揮 できるプロフェッショナルを 養 成 することを 目 的 とする また 相 互 に 関 連 す る 国 際 関 係 学 国 際 開 発 学 国 際 平 和 学 公 共 経 営 学 の 各 分 野 において 日 本 およびアジア 地 域 における 経 験 を 教 育 課 程 の 中 で 有 効 に 活 用 し 教 員 の 教 授 指 導 能 力 の 向 上 と 学 生 の 能 力 開 発 に 資 する 学 術 的 な 研 究 を 促 進 する 全 ての 授 業 を 英 語 により 行 う

4 Founding Principles, Mission and Objectives International University of Japan The Founding Principles International University of Japan (IUJ) was founded in 1982, with the extensive support of Japan s industrial, educational and local communities, to train professionals who can actively make contributions to the international society with a high level of interdisciplinary and specialized knowledge. As the nature of IUJ is very different from other Japanese graduate schools that mainly nurture scholars for academia, founding principles were extensively discussed at the IUJ Advisory Committee, comprising eminent persons from industry and educational society, and at the Drafting Committee. The following is the Founding Principles of IUJ that have been made effective with the approval of the Board of Trustees Meeting. The Founding Principles of the Graduate School of the International University of Japan <Aims of the school> 1. The International University of Japan is a private post graduate institution founded with the extensive support of Japan's industrial, financial and educational circles and of administrative in the area where it was established. Its administrative policy, based on a spirit of progressive internationalism, is open and autonomous. 2. The graduate school of the International University of Japan is a new professional school whose primary purpose is to educate capable young men and women and develop in them a high level of interdisciplinary and specialized knowledge which they can put to practical use in the international arena. <Characteristics of the school> 3. Reflecting the above aims, teaching and research in the graduate school are, as a matter of principle, interdisciplinary and are characterized by the comprehensive integration of area studies with the study of international relations and international management. 4. In order to develop in its students a high level of specialized knowledge, the graduate school aims to foster originality in both teaching methods and in the organization of its curriculum and also to respond to social needs through extensive research activities. 5. Instruction in the graduate school will as a general rule be conducted in English with a view to educating talented men and women whose skills will be applicable throughout international society. 6. One of the fundamental aims of the founding of the graduate school is to encourage the enrollment of college graduates who have had previous business experience. The school opens its doors widely and welcomes persons with a wide variety of back grounds and specialties, both from Japan and abroad, in the hope that their practical knowledge will be further broadened and reinforced through friendship and interaction with other students. 7. To effectively implement the above stated aims, students will as a rule reside in dormitories so that by living together young people of different nationalities and with different backgrounds can be stimulated by each other's world views and awareness of critical issues and learn to work together. 8. It is hoped that the graduates of the university will promote a high level of mutual understanding and international friendship on the basic of the personal relationships and trust developed during their student days. 9. The graduate school has searched widely for distinguished scholars from Japan and abroad, who are experts in their fields, to create a truly international faculty, which will have a strong formative influence on the students by maintaining close contact with them not only in the classroom but outside of it in the opportunities offered for interaction with the local community so that the students' learning experiences can be both varied and meaningful. IUJ Mission and Objectives The objectives of IUJ are to: teach and conduct research in academic theory and application necessary for practical solutions of the issues facing international society and international businesses, and foster global leaders who have high level of specialized knowledge and skills, and deep understanding of and respect for different cultures, and thereby contributing to development of international society. Mission and Objectives of Graduate School of International Relations GSIR is dedicated to developing professionals by educating students towards acquiring a long-term vision of the rapidly changing world, appreciating diverse perspectives in global and local contexts, and enhancing their analytical skills and problem-solving capabilities in a wide range of contemporary international affairs. GSIR also encourages academic research conducive to the development of its faculty s teaching and supervision as well as student s capability in the fields of international relations, international development and international peace studies and public management, utilizing the experiences of Japan and the Asia-Pacific region. All programs are conducted in English.

5 CONTENTS ACADEMIC CALENDAR 国 際 大 学 の 建 学 の 理 念 及 び 使 命 目 的 FOUNDING PRINCIPLES, MISSION AND OBJECTIVES, IUJ GENERAL ACADEMIC INSTRUCTIONS... 2 Degree Programs... 2 Degree Requirements... 2 Enrollment Requirements and Student Registration... 2 Course Requirements and Graduate Studies... 4 Policy Paper and Final Examination Requirements Policy Statement on Plagiarism and Cheating Discrimination and Harassment at IUJ Non-Degree Students Tuition Fees Certificates CLASSROOMS AND ADMINISTRATION OFFICES... 14

6 GENERAL ACADEMIC INSTRUCTIONS Degree Programs In the Graduate School of International Relations (GSIR), in the 2-year track, three separate graduate programs are offered toward fulfillment of the Master's Degree: International Development Program (IDP), International Relations Program (IRP), and Public Management and Policy Analysis Program (PMPP). In the 1-year track, one graduate program is offered: Public Policy Program (PPP). Degrees Conferred Those who successfully complete the IDP program receive a Master of Arts degree in International Development or Master of Arts degree in Economics. Those who successfully complete the IRP program receive a Master of Arts degree in International Relations or a Master of Arts degree in International Peace Studies. Those who successfully complete the PMPP program receive a Master of Arts degree in Public Management. Those who successfully complete the PPP program receive a Master of Public Policy. Degree Requirements (1-year Program) Conditions for Conferring the Degree The Degree of Master of Public Policy will be conferred upon satisfaction of the following basic requirements. (1) Enrollment Requirements Master's candidates must be enrolled for a minimum of one year (three terms) on a degree candidate basis. (2) Course Requirements Master's candidates must complete a necessary number of credits in the required courses and electives in accordance with the requirements designated by the concentration they choose. (3) Policy Paper Requirements Under the guidance of their supervisor, candidates must complete an acceptable Policy Paper. (4) Final Examination Requirements Candidates must pass a final examination conducted with respect to their Policy Papers. CITATIONS (1) University Citations Students who demonstrate excellence in both their character and academic performance, or who have conducted deeds worthy of public knowledge, may be awarded a university citation by the President. (2) Dean s Citation Those students who have achieved excellent academic performance will be awarded a Dean s citation upon the recommendation of the faculty meeting. The award will made on the basis of GPA average and general performance. Disciplinary Actions (1) Rescindment of Degree Conferred In cases when it has become clear that the recipient of a degree has gained that degree by resorting to improper means, the President of the University, acting on the recommendation of the faculty meeting, will rescind the degree previously granted, annul the degree certificate (diploma), and make these actions public. (2) Reprimand, Suspension, or Expulsions Students who have violated Graduate School Regulations or have committed acts contrary to students' duties may be reprimanded, suspended, or expelled by the President, upon recommendation of the GSIR faculty meeting. Expulsion may be considered when a student s behavior falls under one of the following: a) inappropriate and/or destructive behavior with no indication of being corrected b) very poor academic performance with no progress anticipated c) long absence(s) without appropriate justification or authorization d) serious obstruction of university operations e) extremely inappropriate behavior contrary to the nature as students The following are some, not all, of the examples of behaviors that may lead to disciplinary actions: a) causing willful damage to university property or reputation b) committing acts of stealing, robbery, or violence c) audiotaping or videotaping improperly in a formal setting (e.g., taping one s thesis oral examination without clearly seeking permission from the examining committee members; taping course lectures without seeking permission from the course instructor). The Professional Ethics Committee may become involved in matters concerning unethical behaviors that may be seen to fall within the committee s purview. Enrollment Requirements and Student Registration (1-year program) Time of Enrollment Students are enrolled at the beginning of Fall term (September) in principle. Required Period of Enrollment A minimum of one year (three terms) of enrollment on a degree candidate basis is required for students to complete their graduate studies. The total period of enrollment cannot exceed four years (twelve terms). Time of Graduation Once all requirements are completed, students may graduate at the end of any term (i.e., December, March or August). 2

7 Changes in Student Registration Leave of Absence Those students who have to leave GSIR temporarily for one term or longer due to unavoidable reasons such as illness or other matters that prevent them from continuing with their studies must submit a designated application for leave of absence. If the necessity for leave occurs, please consult the Office of Academic Affairs (OAA) immediately. In case of illness, the application must be accompanied by a medical certificate. (1) Period of leave of absence A leave of absence may be allowed for a period or periods up to a maximum of 2 years (6 terms) in total. Note: The period of any leave of absence shall not be included in the period of enrollment. (2) Extension for leave of absence When a student taking leave of absence needs additional time, he/she must apply to extend the leave of absence. The period of leave of absence including the extended period cannot exceed 2 years. (3) Tuition Fees during the Leave of Absence A tuition fee shall not be imposed during the period of leave of absence. Note: The term Leave of Absence here does not include approved studies in other graduate institutions and approved research activities off campus. Re-Enrollment A student who wishes to resume study in GSIR after the leave of absence must apply for re-enrollment. An application form must be submitted before the expiration of the leave of absence. The time of re-enrollment shall be at the beginning of a term. Withdrawal A student who wishes to withdraw from the school due to unavoidable reasons such as illness or other matters must submit an application for withdrawal. If the necessity of withdrawal occurs, please contact the OAA immediately. Dismissal Students who fall into one of the following categories may be dismissed by the President following the deliberations by and the recommendations of the GSIR faculty meeting. (a) Those who are recognized by the school to be unable to study due to unavoidable reasons such as illness or other matters. (b) Those who cannot fulfill the degree requirements within four years of enrollment. (c) Those who do not take the necessary procedure for course registration and have failed to follow procedure for obtaining approval for leave of absence or withdrawal. (d) Those who fail to make a tuition fee payment, and fail to pay within the period prescribed in the University regulations. (e) Those who cannot re-enroll beyond the period of the leave of absence. (f) Those who have been reported as deceased. Re-Admission A student who has been dismissed or has withdrawn from the school may apply for re-admission. A complete application form must be submitted to the OAA. The decision will be made by the President upon the recommendation of the GSIR faculty meeting. Study in Other Graduate Institutions NOTE: This Study in Other Graduate Institutions part (a-e) is basically prepared for 2-year program students. If you have an interest, please consult with Office of Academic Affairs.. When GSIR deems it beneficial, students may be allowed to study in other graduate schools, both in Japan and abroad, while they are enrolled in GSIR based on prior consultation with the other graduate institutions. (a) The period of study in other graduate institutions may be included in the period of enrollment at the GSIR. (b) No more than ten (10) credits for the courses taken during the study in other graduate institutions can be transferred upon faculty meeting approval for fulfillment of GSIR course requirements. (c) During the approved period of study in other graduate institutions, students may not register for courses in GSIR. (d) In order to facilitate study in other graduate schools abroad, the GSIR has established formal student exchange programs based on exchange agreements with the following institutions. The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University (Canada) International Business School Brandeis University (USA) The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University (USA) The School of Advanced International studies (SAIS), The Johns Hopkins University (USA) The Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University (USA) The Ohio State University Bocconi University of Milan (Italy) The School of International Trade and Economics, University of International Business and Economics (China) Graduate School of International Studies, Seoul National University (Korea) Yonsei University (Korea) Thammasat University (Thailand) Bond University (Australia) Note that some of the above institutions may not invite exchange applications from IUJ because of imbalances between the numbers of students accepted and sent in the past, etc. In general, students will be sent to host institutions during the term corresponding to IUJ's Fall term. The selection of students studying at affiliated institutes takes place in the Winter term. A detailed explanation concerning exchange programs will be given prior to the selection. (e) A student who wishes to study in a graduate school that has no exchange agreement with GSIR must consult the OAA in advance. 3

8 Public Policy Program (PPP) Master of Public Policy International Affairs (Concentration) Categories Core Required Common Core Course Courses Required Courses (20 credits) Specialized Core Courses Course Titles/ Number of required credits Public Administration 2 credits International Politics Foreign Policy Analysis Human Rignts and Global Justice International Political Economy Diplomacy and Statecraft International Economic Systems and Order International Organizations Security and Strategy in International Relations 16 credits Policy Policy Seminar I (1 credit) Seminars Policy Seminar II (1 credit) 2 credits Electives Japan Related Peace, War and the Development of Modern Japan (14 credits) Courses Contemporary Japanese Politics Japanese Government and Politics Postwar Japanese Economy Japanese Public Finance and Administration Japanese Banking and Financial Systems Japanese Energy Policy and Regulations Japanese Political Economy Japanese Economy and Macroeconomic Policies Development of Japanese Industry and Business Japanese Postwar Foreign Policy Japanese History and Culture 4 credits Other Elective Students can choose as Electives from among all the courses offered in GSIR & GSIM, excluding Courses courses offered in Language Programs. 10 credits 34 credits (1) GSIM Courses can be counted as eleceives for up to 4 credits in GSIR under the approval of their academic supervisor. 4

9 Public Policy Program (PPP) Master of Public Policy Economic Development (Concentration) Categories Course Titles/ Number of required credits Required Courses Core Required Courses Common Core Course Public Administration 2 credits (20 credits) Specialized Core Courses Microeconomics I Macroecnomics I Mathematics for Economics & Business (A) Statsitcal Methods Microeconomics II Macroecnomics II Econometrics Development Economics 16 credits Policy Policy Seminar I (1 credit) Seminars Policy Seminar II (1 credit) Electives (14 credits) Japan Related Courses Other Elective Courses 2 credits Peace, War and the Development of Modern Japan Contemporary Japanese Politics Japanese Government and Politics Postwar Japanese Economy Japanese Public Finance and Administration Japanese Banking and Financial Systems Japanese Energy Policy and Regulations Japanese Political Economy Japanese Economy and Macroeconomic Policies Development of Japanese Industry and Business Japanese Postwar Foreign Policy Japanese History and Culture 4 credits Students can choose as Electives from among all the courses offered in GSIR & GSIM, excluding courses offered in Language Programs. 10 credits 34 credits (1) GSIM Courses can be counted as eleceives for up to 4 credits in GSIR under the approval of their academic supervisor. 5

10 Public Policy Program (PPP) Master of Public Policy Public Management (Concentration) Categories Required Core Required Common Core Course Courses Courses (20 credits) Specialized Core Courses Electives (14 credits) Policy Seminars Japan Related Courses Other Elective Courses Policy Seminar I (1 credit) Policy Seminar II (1 credit) Course Titles/ Number of required credits Public Administration 2 credits Public Management Microeconomics I Mathematics for Economics & Business (A) Statistical Methods Public Policy Process Public Policy Modeling Data Analysis Public Finance and Budgeting 16 credits 2 credits Peace, War and the Development of Modern Japan Contemporary Japanese Politics Japanese Government and Politics Postwar Japanese Economy Japanese Public Finance and Administration Japanese Banking and Financial Systems Japanese Energy Policy and Regulations Japanese Political Economy Japanese Economy and Macroeconomic Policies Development of Japanese Industry and Business Japanese Postwar Foreign Policy Japanese History and Culture 4 credits Students can choose as Electives from among all the courses offered in GSIR & GSIM, excluding courses offered in Language Programs. 10 credits Total number of required credits 34 credits (1) GSIM Courses can be counted as eleceives for up to 4 credits in GSIR under the approval of their academic supervisor. 6

11 Course Credits Students who have completed the requirements of a course will be given the credits assigned to that course. The number of credits assigned to each course is decided in accordance with the following criteria. (a) Content Courses (Non-Language Courses): Two credits are usually given to a content course where 30 hours of classroom studies are conducted. A two-credit content course normally meets twice a week for a 90-minute classroom session on a regular basis. A one-credit content course (a half-course) normally meets once a week (or twice for 5 weeks). (b) Language Courses: All English courses, i.e., Academic English I-III, English for Thesis Writing I-II and English for Professional Communications are one (1) credit courses. Main Japanese courses, i.e., Elementary Japanese I-III, Intermediate Japanese I-III and Advanced Japanese I-III are also one (1) the credit courses; however, 0.5 credit is given to each of Basic Japanese courses, and no credit is given to such courses as Business Japanese and JLPT preparatory courses. Policy Seminar Requirements (a) Policy seminars are designed to give students guidance for their research and for the writing of Policy Paper. (b) The Master's candidate in GSIR must take two Policy seminars conducted by their supervisors starting from the second term of their enrollment. English Language Requirements Students who are not exempted in accordance with the English exemption policies are required to take the English language courses. Students who did not join the summer Intensive English Program (IEP) in July and with a TOEFL score in the (paper-based),or (internet-based) range may be exempted if their academic writing and grammar editing skills do not show any basic problems. Students below TOEFL 550 (paper-based), or 80 (internet-based) are required to take the English courses; however, exemptions may be given if their academic writing and grammar editing skills are strong. Exemption tests to non-iep students are given in late September. For more details, check the English exemption policies and other notices for the English language courses on the notice board of the English Language Program. Recognition of Credits in Language Courses The credits taken from language courses cannot be counted for the degree requirements. Recognition of Course Credits in the Graduate School of International Management (a) A maximum of 4 credits taken in the Graduate School of International Management (GSIM) can be counted toward completion of the course requirements as electives. (b) In addition to the above, GSIM courses can be recognized as equivalents for GSIR elective required courses when appropriate for the student s study plan. In order to have the credits recognized, a student must attach, to the registration form, an approval form signed by the supervisor. (For details, refer to Cross Registration on page 10.) Transfer of Credits (1) Transfer of Credits obtained prior to Enrollment No more than ten (10) credits obtained in graduate institutions before entering the Master's degree program in GSIR can be transferred toward the GSIR degree requirements upon the recommendation of the faculty meeting of GSIR. Course credits to be transferred must be from English-medium graduate programs (including credits obtained on a non-degree basis) and be equivalent in quality and compatible in content to the GSIR courses. Only the credits for which the student obtained the grade equivalent to B+ or above in the GSIR grading scale shall be transferred. A student who would like to apply for the credit transfer should consult with the OAA regarding the necessary procedures at the beginning of the first term of the student s enrollment. After consultation with the OAA, he/she is required to complete the application form and submit it with the course syllabus and transcripts to the OAA no later than October 31, Credits obtained in other universities will be given a P (Pass) grade. (2) Transfer of Credits obtained after Enrollment In addition to the above, no more than ten (10) credits obtained after entering GSIR during the permitted periods of study in other graduate schools including exchange programs may be transferred upon the recommendation of faculty meeting. Application for credit transfers must be made after completion of study in other graduate institutions. Credits transferred are included in the calculation of GPA. (1) Credit Transfer for Required Courses Credit transfer will not be permitted for required courses. Classes The academic year is divided into three terms: Fall, Winter and Spring. Each term consists of 10 weeks of classes and an examination period. Each class, lasting 90 minutes is given in a corresponding period as shown below. Period Hours 1 8:50-10: :30-12: :00-14: :40-16: :20-17: :00-19:30 ( 7 19:40-21:10 ) Changes in Class Schedule, Class Cancellation and Substitution Classes When a class schedule is changed, a class is canceled and/or a substitution class is held, the OAA will post it on the notice board of the OAA. Attendance Policy Classes are compulsory and prolonged unexplained absence from a course may result in the award of an F grade for the course in question. Absence during term time Students who intend to be absent from campus for longer than one week during term time (class weeks and examination periods included) to take up internships or for any other reason must seek the Dean's permission in advance. (a) If approval is granted, the Dean may ask course instructors to make special arrangements on the students' behalf. 7

12 (b) Course Instructors are not obliged to make special arrangements or to schedule separate examinations for such students. Approval for arrangements will be subject to GSIR rules including the attendance policy. School Holidays School holidays are to include the following: Holidays which are prescribed by the National Holidays Act (Act No. 178;1948) Sundays The Foundation Day of the University - May 14 Spring Vacation (See the academic calendar) Summer Vacation ( ) Winter Vacation ( ) Special holidays - as determined by the President Upon the discretion of the responsible faculty members, classes and examinations may be conducted on holidays. Course Registration Policy and Procedures (1) Preliminary Course Registration In the designated period of the preceding term, students are requested to pre-register for the courses which they intend to study. This is important because such decisions as course cancellations or schedule changes may be made according to the results obtained by the pre-registration. (2) Course Registration Regardless of pre-registration, students must still register in person for their courses by the prescribed registration deadline at the beginning of each term. Course registration deadline is scheduled in the beginning of the second week of each term. To take a Japanese course, students must submit an approval form signed by a JLP faculty member. By the end of the registration period, students wishing to enroll in a Japanese language course must decide under which grade option (letter grade or pass/non-pass grade) they wish to take the course. Once decided, changing the grade option will not be allowed. (3) Late Registration If a student cannot meet the Course Registration deadline because of some acceptable reason, it may be considered as late registration. In this case, the student must consult with the Dean s office and obtain an approval for the late registration. The late registration fee of 7,000 yen shall be automatically deducted from the student s allowance account by the Accounting office, in addition to the student s tuition fee. The last day for late registration is the first work day of the third week of classes for a term. (4) Maximum Credits Per Term No more than fourteen (14) credits may be taken in a term. Summer courses are not included in this maximum number of credits. (5) Minimum Credits Per Term Students registered in a GSIR program should take courses and will be expected to take and complete at least one content course (excluding Policy Seminar course) on campus for each term of their registration. (6) Exemption from the Minimum Credits per term Exceptions to the above minimum credits requirement may be permitted when a student has received faculty approval for an extension of time to submit a policy paper, subject to registration rules. (7) Selection of Courses Students should be careful in the selection of their courses since changing course(s) after registration deadline may not be acceptable. Before registration, students should examine course syllabi and receive guidance from their supervisor/faculty consultant. Duplicate registration (registering for two courses held at the same period) cannot be allowed. (8) Approval for Course Registration The approval signature of supervisor/faculty consultant is required on the course registration form. (9) Failure to comply with the course registration policy/procedures along with attendance policy may result in loss of scholarship and even student status. Auditing Courses Upon receiving the instructor's permission, a student may be allowed to audit a course without registering for it. Audited courses will not be recorded on the transcripts. Withdrawal from Courses The student must communicate an intention to withdraw to the instructor on the designated form, which should be submitted to the OAA by the end of the 5th week of classes for a term. A withdrawal is filed at the office and is indicated on the transcripts. Guidelines for Conducting Examinations (a) At the start of each examination, the professor should emphasize the need to maintain academic standards and ethics and students should be warned of the consequences of cheating. (b) Students should not sit together and should be seated on separate desks. There should be an empty row in between students. (c) Where the number of students is too large to allow for such a seating arrangement, students should be divided into 2 classes. (d) The students should be supervised all the time by the professor concerned or by an outside monitor (contact the OAA in case the need arises). (e) The OAA should be kept informed of any problems or difficulties which may arise during the course of an examination. Grading System Student achievement in course work shall be evaluated on a scale of 100, with scores of 60 or greater being regarded as passing. The evaluation criteria for each course will be given in the course syllabus, and will include attendance, class presentations and essays and/or written/oral examinations. Student achievements are recorded according to the following letter grades: Grade Explanation Points Score A Distinguished A- Very Good B+ Good B Satisfactory B- Satisfactory Low C Poor F Failure 0.0 less than 60 8

13 The correspondence between letter grades and scores described in the above table is not absolute. It may be adjusted by the instructor of each course in order to take into account the specific characteristics of the course and the distribution of grades and scores within the course. For Japanese language courses, there are letter-grade and pass/non-pass options to choose from. Students taking a Japanese course under the pass/non-pass grade option will earn a prescribed credit if a pass grade is awarded. If a non-pass grade is awarded under the pass/non-pass grade option, no credit will be awarded and the student s GPA will not be affected. Other Marks I Incomplete The incomplete grade [I] can be awarded only in special circumstances for which the approval of the Dean's Office is required. Those special circumstances are 1) Illness 2) personal difficulties of an unusual nature which will delay the submission of written work. Pressure of work or problems of time management do not constitute grounds for the award to the I grade. For Dean's Office approval of the I grade, a request must be made in writing; otherwise, the student will receive an F grade. Upon the receipt of the written request the Dean's Office may allow the student a month or a stipulated time period to submit the written work. The period will be calculated from the date of the final submission of grades to the OAA. The Dean's Office will advise the student of the decision and the deadline for submission of the required work. Failure to submit the required work within the stipulated time period will result in conversion of the I grade into an F. P Pass (a) Indicates that the student has passed the course where assessment is made on a pass/fail basis. (b) Indicates that the student has passed in a thesis/policy papers. NP Non-pass (Failure in Pass/Fail Courses) (a) Indicates that the student failed in a course where assessment is made on a pass/fail basis (b) indicates that the student failed in a thesis/policy papers. D Distinction Indicates that student's thesis is regarded as a work of publishable quality, original in its research and impressively argued and structured. HD High Distinction Indicates that student's thesis is regarded as a work of outstanding publishable quality, worthy of the highest possible award. W Withdrawal Indicates that the student withdrew from the course officially after once registering for it. RD Report Delayed In case no grade is reported by the instructor by a designated grade report deadline, the student will be given the mark RD (Report Delayed) temporarily. Unjust Grading (a) Faculty should explain at the beginning of a class the evaluation criteria to be used and the requirements for the successful completion of the course. Such criteria should be clear and be applied consistently and fairly. (b) Faculty should ensure that students are provided with written comments on class and seminar submissions as well as guidance in a timely manner in order to facilitate student's academic progress. (c) "Unjust grading" which constitutes the following is not acceptable: a) the assignment of a grade to a student on some basis other than actual performance in the course/seminar; b) the assignment of a grade to a student by resorting to more or less exacting standards than those applied to other students; c) the assignment of a grade by a substantial departure from the previously announced standards of evaluation. (d) Well substantiated and concrete evidence of unjust grading shall constitute grounds for an appeal to the Dean's Office. Releasing Grades Final grades in all courses may be released to students only through the OAA during the first week of the following term in principle. The exact date of grade release will be announced separately by the OAA. No grade may be released to any other party without prior written consent of the student. Grade Point Average (GPA) The grade point average indicates academic standing. It is computed by dividing the sum of the products of the credits and the grade points of each course earned by the total credits of courses registered. Grade Point Average (GPA)= {(Credits earned) (Grade points)} (Credits for registered courses) The marks "D", "HD", "I", NP, "P", "RD" and "W" are not counted in the calculation of the GPA. Repeating a Course (a) Students cannot register again for a course already completed. (b) Japanese language courses are exceptions. Students may repeat a Japanese language course upon instructor's approval which will be given on some conditions. When a student repeats a course, both grades appear on the transcripts and are counted in computing GPA. However, neither credit will be counted for degree requirements. 9

14 Student Course Evaluation The GSIR conducts student course evaluation so as to improve the quality of its curriculum and inform its instructors. The course evaluation is only meaningful when conducted with the cooperation of all students. Cross Registration The following rules and regulations will govern the cross-registration of courses between GSIM and GSIR students. (1) Criteria (a) Cross-registering GSIM courses should be complementary to the curriculum of GSIR. (b) Cross-registering GSIM courses should not duplicate the course offerings of GSIR. (c) The Dean determines whether the proposed cross-registering courses meet the criteria above. (2) The Extent Allowed and Qualifications To maintain the academic integrity of each school's program, the extent to which the student is allowed to cross-register will be subject to the following conditions. (a) All students participating in the cross registration program must be in good academic standing. They also must meet GPA and TOEFL requirements established by the host school for its good academic standing. (b) Participating students must meet all the prerequisites for selected courses. (c) Cross-registering courses must have established syllabi and must meet on a regular basis. (3) Class Size To maintain teaching effectiveness in each course, cross registration for some courses may not be allowed depending on the class size. (4) Registration Procedures During the registration period, students wanting to cross register must : a) first obtain a permission from the instructor of the course(s) (on the approval form), b) then obtain their supervisor's approval (on the approval and registration form), c) and submit the registration form to OAA. The Dean of their school will then give an official approval. Policy Paper and Final Examination Requirements (1-year Program) Research Guidance and Supervision Students must select their supervisor from the GSIR full-time faculty members by the end of the first term of their enrollment and receive guidance and supervision from the supervisor in selecting courses, deciding upon the research theme, conducting field research and writing a Policy Paper. Supervisor Selection Procedure (1) Rules and Limitations There will be a limit of students number per Supervisor, as we do not wish to overload Supervisors. However, specific decisions will depend upon the Supervisor's work load, administrative obligations and other duties. As far as possible, students wishes regarding supervision will be respected. However, the Dean s Office, by taking the above factors into consideration, reserves the right to make final decisions. Only full-time GSIR faculty members can be supervisors, in principle. However, when exceptional necessity arises, other IUJ full-time faculty members may be qualified to act as Supervisors with the Dean s approval. Part-time lecturers or Visiting Professors cannot be a supervisor in the GSIR. (2) Procedures and Schedule (a) Academic Instructions (September 29) In the introductory session, the aims of the University and the GSIR program, the special features of the five degree programs, the curriculum, the faculty members, academic regulations, and other information will be introduced to the students. (b) Faculty Member Introductions (September 30- October 2) Each GSIR faculty member will give a presentation about his/her personal approach towards supervision, his/her research and teaching interests, publications and qualifications. Visiting Professors, non-gsir IUJ professors and part-time lecturers, who are not expected to be Supervisors of GSIR students, will generally not make presentations in this introductory session. (3) Interview with Your Faculty Consultant You will be assigned a faculty consultant to help you start your academic life at IUJ smoothly. You are encouraged to make appointments with your faculty consultant and discuss whatever problems you may have concerning course work and other matters, sometime during September 29 October 10, 2014). (4) Discussing Your Plan with Faculty Members You are strongly encouraged to see as many candidate Supervisors as possible, to discuss your academic plan at IUJ. We would like to encourage you to get to know everyone on the faculty who may be able to assist you in your academic life. As a courtesy, it is advisable to make appointments before you visit faculty members. However, you can visit them without an appointment during their announced office hours. (5) Report to OAA You are asked to submit a Form to the OAA (Office of Academic Affairs) by November 10, to indicate candidate supervisors with whom you feel you may wish to work on. The Dean s Office will review your proposals/preferences, taking various factors into consideration, and announce the matching between students and their Supervisors by the end of Fall term. Submission of Policy Paper (1) Submission of Policy Paper (a) Students must submit two copies of their paper with the signature of their supervisor to the OAA by the designated deadline. Students must strictly observe the deadline. A student may not graduate in time if the deadline is missed. (b) In addition, each student will be required to submit an electronic format copy of his/her completed Policy Paper to the OAA the same time he/she submits hard copies. (2) Language of Policy Paper The Paper must be written in English. 10

15 (3) Length of Policy Paper The Paper should contain a main text of at least 5,000 words. Evaluation of Policy Paper (1) Evaluation of Policy Paper The evaluation of the Policy Paper shall be made by an examining committee. A examining committee is made up of the supervisor and an examiner (chairperson) who is appointed by the Dean. As the final examination, a presentation is required to be conducted orally in English. (2) Time of Evaluation of the Policy Paper The evaluation of the Policy Paper and the final presentation is conducted in the final term of enrollment for the students who have submitted their Policy Papers in time and have completed or will have completed course requirements within that term. (3) Grading of the Policy Paper P NP Pass Non-Pass (failure on a Pass/Fail basis of assessment) Binding Policy Papers which receive a Pass will be bound and preserved in the library, with one copy given to the supervisor. Students must submit two unbound copies of the final version of Policy Paper to the OAA by the date prescribed. The Policy Paper submitted must have approval of the examining committee/supervisor, and one of the two copies must be the original. Students must bear the expense of binding. Policy Statement on Plagiarism and Cheating The University s reputation is based on honesty and integrity in education and the faculty will deal effectively with cases of cheating and plagiarism which cannot be tolerated. Cheating and plagiarism undermine the process of education and call in question the reputation of the University. All GSIR students must understand this and submit a pledge letter at their enrollment. Plagiarism - a definition Plagiarism is defined as the act of using the ideas or work of another person as if they were one s own, without giving credit to the source. Cheating - a definition Cheating is defined as the act of obtaining or attempting to obtain or aiding another to obtain academic credit for work by the use of any dishonest, deceptive or fraudulent means. Procedures in cases of reported plagiarism or cheating If a student observes any incident of plagiarism or cheating, s/he must report it to the faculty concerned. A faculty member must report any plagiarism or cheating case to the faculty meeting; the faculty s report will be recorded on the School s special file. Based on discussion at the faculty meeting, a special committee consisting of several faculty members to investigate the case will be formed. The committee may resort to a range of actions in case cheating or plagiarism is substantiated, which include a reprimand and counseling, the award of a failing grade for the work or the course concerned, or referral to faculty meeting for possible probation, suspension, expulsion or annulment of the degree if already awarded. Plagiarism Prevention As part of its commitment to prevent plagiarism the GSIR has subscribed to a commercial service called Plagiarism.org. This service will identify plagiarism through matching those parts of a text submitted against all on-line documents, highlighting those paragraphs in the submitted text that have exactly the same wording in another source. The service will be utilized to check students theses according to the following procedures. a) Each student will be required to submit an electronic format copy of his/her completed thesis/policy paper to the OAA at the same time when he/she submits hard copies for examination. b) The OAA will then conduct a check of thesis/policy paper files by using Plagiarism.org. c) Results of the check will be reported to a student s thesis/policy paper examination committee members as well as the Dean s Office. d) Cases of plagiarism will be referred to faculty meeting and will be dealt with according to the GSIR rules on plagiarism. Discrimination and Harassment at IUJ As part of its educational mission, IUJ is committed to maintaining an environment free of discrimination or harassment. All IUJ students, faculty and staff members have the right to expect a supportive atmosphere in which they can pursue their studies and professional roles. In the same way, each IUJ community member has the responsibility to help foster this environment in a multi-cultural and diverse population. Professional Ethics Committee The Professional Ethics Committee (PEC) currently chaired by Dr. Kimio Kase was established at IUJ to provide education and awareness of issues of cross cultural communications, and various forms of harassment. The goal is to prevent any form of discrimination or harassment by providing information and training to help the IUJ community function smoothly, and to give skills and knowledge that are useful for Global Leaders to exercise once they leave campus. The PEC established procedures for handing any form of harassment. Details are available online at and on the PEC bulletin board near OSS. In short, they are as follows: (1) Informal Complaints Advisors If you have private questions or concerns about harassment at IUJ, or feel you are experiencing harassment (general, academic, power or sexual), you are welcomed to contact any of the following Informal Complaints Advisors (ICA). 11

16 They are Prof. Shizuko Kimura (JLP Prof. Ahmed Mohammed (ELP Prof. Wenkai Li (GSIM ) Gretchen Shinoda (OSS The ICAs are ready to listen to complaints and concerns, to provide guidance, and on an informal and confidential basis to support and help the person experiencing harassment. If, however, the situation cannot be resolved at this level, the ICA may suggest a more formal procedure as explained below. (2) Formal Investigations Committee With the consent of the person experiencing harassment, an ICA may take the matter to the PEC chair and/or IUJ President to ask that a Formal Investigations Committee be formed to look into the matter thoroughly, maintaining an innocent until proven guilty stance, and keeping the matter as confidential as possible. The FIC will then lodge a report with the President, who decides whether and which disciplinary measures should be invoked. Discipline can take the form of warnings, suspensions, or dismissals. Once the matter is resolved, the IUJ public is informed of the situation (maintaining confidentiality) and the disciplinary measures taken. This is done to increase awareness and provide further education about these serious issues. For details, do see the PEC full Guidelines on the board near the OSS and on the link noted above. Non-Degree Students GSIR may accept several kinds of non-degree students classified into Research Students, Commissioned Research Students, Special Students and Exchange Students. These non-degree students may use the University facilities, including the library and dormitories in the same manner as full-time degree students. They may be enrolled in the beginning of an academic year or a term. The period of enrollment shall be limited to one year, but is renewable upon permission from the school. Research Students (1) Acceptance of Research Students Research students are those who conduct research on a specific field under the research guidance of faculty. Research students may be accepted on a case by case basis. (2) Research Guidance A research student must receive research guidance from a faculty member assigned as their supervisor. (3) Graduate Course Studies A research student cannot receive credits from courses offered at the school. (4) Report on Achievements A research student must submit a report on research achievements by the time his/her period of enrollment is over. Commissioned Research Students Commissioned research students are those who are sent by national or public institutes to conduct research on a specific field under the research guidance of faculty. Instructions given above for research students shall be applicable to commissioned research students. Special Students (1) Acceptance of Special Students Special Students are those who take one or more courses offered in the school on a part time basis. (2) Course Studies A special student may receive credits from courses offered at the school in the same manner as a full-time degree student except for Language Courses. The Language Courses necessary for regional studies, however, can be taken. A special student must register for courses by the designated period, receiving guidance from a faculty member as a supervisor. Exchange Students (1) Acceptance of Exchange Students Exchange Students are those who take courses in this school, in accordance with exchange agreements. (2) Credits Exchange students can take up to 11 credits in the same manner as full-time regular students per term. However, an exchange student may be allowed to take more credits if stipulated in the exchange agreement, or if necessary for degree requirements in the home institution. An exchange student must register for courses in the prescribed period, receiving guidance from a faculty member who acts as supervisor. In addition to the above non-degree students, spouses of students as well as faculty, administrative staff members, and their spouses may be allowed to enroll in a Japanese language course. Tuition Fees Payment of Tuition Fees Tuition fees must be paid by the prescribed deadline date for each academic year or each term. The deadline date of payment for each term's tuition shall be the last date of the beginning month of the term. The deadline date for first tuition fee and admission fee shall be designated separately. It should be noted that students who fail to make a tuition fee payment may be dismissed from the school. Arrears Policy The University reserves the right to withhold registration material and all information regarding the record of any student in arrears in paying tuition, fees, loans, or other charges (including charges for housing, library, or other activities or service) for as long as any arrears remain. 12

17 Certificates Types of Certificate IUJ issues the following certificates in a designated manner in English and/or Japanese to a student upon his/her written request. (1) Certificates to be issued to Full-time Regular Students Transcripts: This certifies courses taken, corresponding course titles, number of credits, grades and grade point average (GPA). Items such as the title of the degree conferred and the date of graduation will not be included in the transcript until the student graduates. Certificate of Enrollment: This certifies that the student is presently enrolled in an IUJ Master's program. Certificate of Prospective Graduation: This certifies that the student is expected to graduate from IUJ with a Master's degree. This cannot be issued until the student completes three terms of studies at IUJ. Certificate of Graduation: This certifies that the student graduated from IUJ with a Master's degree. (2) Certificates to be issued to Special Students: Transcripts: This certifies courses taken, corresponding course titles, number of credits, grades and grade point average (GPA). Certificate of Enrollment: This certifies that the student is presently enrolled as a special student, in an IUJ Master's program. Certificate of Attendance: This certifies that the student was enrolled as a special student in an IUJ Master's program. This is to be issued to the students who completed their studies at IUJ. (3) Certificates to be issued to Exchange Students Transcripts: This certifies courses taken, corresponding course titles, number of credits, grades and grade point average (GPA). Certificate of Enrollment: This certifies that the student is presently enrolled as an exchange student in an IUJ Master's program. Certificate of Attendance: This certifies that the student was enrolled as an exchange student in an IUJ Master's program. This is to be issued to the students who completed their studies at IUJ. (4) Certificate to be issued to (Commissioned) Research Students Certificate of Completion of Research: This certifies that the (Commissioned) Research Students have completed research in a specific theme. Date of Issue Certificates become available in the afternoon of the next working day after the application is accepted. Certificate of Graduation will become available after the date of graduation comes, even if an application is accepted several days before the date of graduation. Fee (1) Certificate Fee 300 or two (2) International Reply Coupons* /copy (2) Postage Fee 400 or three (3) International Reply Coupons* /address if the certificate(s) is(are) to be sent in Japan. 700 or five (5) International Reply Coupons* /address if the certificate(s) is(are) to be sent abroad. (3)Payment of the Fee (a) Students presently enrolled at IUJ: The fee is withdrawn from the student's bank account on the 25th day of the month following the application. Students must pay the fee in cash at the time they apply for certificate(s) which is(are) going to be issued in or after the previous month of their graduation. (b) Students who have graduated or withdrawn: The fee must be paid in credit card, cash (Japanese yen), Postage Stamps (issued by the Government of Japan) or International Reply Coupons*. Note: Check cannot be accepted. *International Reply Coupon (Coupon-Réponse International) An international reply coupon is exchangeable in any Universal Postal Union country for one or more postage stamps representing the highest charge fixed for an unregistered letter of the first weight step sent by air to a foreign country. The coupons are sold at post offices that deal with international mail. GSIR Academic Policies IUJ Home Campus Life / Academic Info GSIR Student Information Web Page Academic Policies (side menu) How to Apply for Certificates Students should apply for certificates at the OAA by using the designated application form. Students unable to come to the office or alumni members must apply in writing (including writing via ). The office may not accept any application made by telephone in order to avoid improper issuance. Applicants must be the same person as the one designated on the certificate. Someone other than the person designated on the certificate may apply for a certificate if they have the written consent of the person. 13

18 Classroom & Office Map (1 st Floor) 120 PC Room 121 E-lab 122 LL 124 PC Room OSS Office of Student Services OAPR Office of Admissions & Public Relations OAA Office of Academic Affairs 113 C Lobby Conference Room C-102 Classroom Main Entrance C-103 Guard Room C-104 OGA Office of General Affairs Study Room (1) Study Room (2) Accounting 14

19 Classroom & Office Map (2nd Floor) MLIC Matsushita Library & Information Center Language Faculty Offices C201 C202 IM Dean President s Office Faculty Offices Counseling Office: Career and General 210 C C Conference Room 2 D205 D207 Classrooms Part-time Lecturer s Room 15

20 Classroom & Office Map (3rd Floor) MLIC Hall MLIC Office Faculty Offices D305 D306 D307 D308 Classrooms 16

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