JSAF協定大学PARTNER UNIVERSITY

ワシントン大学

ワシントン大学は、ダウンタウン近郊University District と呼ばれる地域に位置する、伝統ある最先端の総合研究大学です。広大なキャンパスは、ワシントン州内でも有数の桜の名所となるなど、緑が多く美しい環境です。2015年のBest Colleges では国内48位にランクインされ、アメリカでも影響力のある大学の一つと評価されています。ワシントン大学は、州立大学の名門校で構成される「パブリック・アイビー」の一つに数えられています。また、これまで7名のノーベル賞受賞者を輩出し、研究をリードする65大学から成る Association of American Universities (AAU)にも属しています。16のカレッジとスクールを有し、毎学期1800以上の学部プログラムが提供されています。

Seattle, WA 98195 アメリカ合衆国

大学参考データ

場所

シアトル ワシントン州

街の人口

約640,500人

大学タイプ

州立

学生数

約47,361人

留学生数

100ヵ国約8,000人

学生と先生の比率

19:1

学期制

セメスター制

語学研修機関

International & English Language Programs (IELP)

人気専攻

Social Sciences, Business, Management, Marketing, Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Engineering, Computer and Information Sciences

平均気温

冬 6℃ 春 11℃ 夏 21℃ 秋 15℃

キャンパスの広さ

634エーカー

コース内容と出願要件

語学パスウェイ

なし

学部パスウェイ

あり(Academic English Program)

Course Descriptions

ENGL 102: Essentials of College Reading & Writing 

Develop and practice the reading, writing and critical thinking strategies needed for analyzing and responding to academic texts. Strengthen grammar, organization and vocabulary to improve accuracy and fluency in writing. Undergraduate students can earn five general elective credits toward meeting graduation requirements.

ENGL 103: Writing From Sources 

Develop and practice the reading, writing and critical thinking strategies needed to create organized and correctly documented papers using academic sources. Learn how to critically read academic texts, develop research questions, make claims, determine the credibility of sources and appropriately cite sources in your writing. Undergraduate students can earn five general elective credits toward meeting graduation requirements.

ENGL 104: Essentials of College Communication 

Develop the listening and speaking skills needed for active participation in university courses. Learn how to take effective notes, give presentations, and lead and participate in class discussions. Practice asking questions, sharing opinions, and expressing agreement and disagreement in the classroom. Undergraduate students can earn five general elective credits toward meeting graduation requirements.

ENGL 105: English for International Teaching Assistants (ITAs)

This course is designed specifically for International Teaching Assistants (ITAs) who will be teaching at the University of Washington. The main objectives are to enhance teaching effectiveness by strengthening language production skills, including pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary usage, and by developing skills needed for lesson planning, presenting and interacting with students. 

出願要件:
IELTS 6.0 / GPA 4.0

ダイレクトエントリー

あり

The UW no longer requires SAT or ACT scores for most applicants. Homeschooled applicants and applicants who come from schools with non-standard grading practices that do not have letter or numeric grades are still required to submit SAT or ACT scores. Learn more about SAT/ACT scores.

International freshman students — English proficiency

International students must submit English proficiency test scores that meet the minimum requirement for admission. Learn more about English proficiency

Things we do not consider

No interviews/demonstrated interest
The UW does not conduct formal interviews or consider demonstrated interest in the admission decision.
No letters of recommendation
We ask that you not send letters of recommendation or other supplemental materials such as drawings, CDs, DVDs, books or other portfolio type items. We will learn everything we need to know about you through your essay responses and academic history.

 

出願要件:
IELTS 7.0 or higher recommended / GPA 4.0

年間授業料目安

$38,796

※初年度は別に定めるJSAFプログラム費(授業料、大学関係費、滞在費、ミールプラン等を含む)を納入していただきます

主な専攻

Anthropology

Aquatic & Fishery Sciences

Art

Asian Studies

Atmospheric Sciences

Canadian Studies

Classical Studies

Classics

Comparative History of Ideas

Comparative Religion

Danish

Earth & Space Sciences

Environmental Studies

European Studies

Finnish

French

Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies

Geography

Greek

Italian

Jewish Studies

Latin

Latin American & Caribbean Studies

Marin Biology

Near Eastern Studies

Norwegian

Oceanography

Scandinavian Area Studies

Slavic Languages & Literatures

Swedish