The CS-L program at Lawrence University is a study abroad partnership program with Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan. Each year, Lawrence welcomes 15 - 20 CS-L students from Waseda for a year of study on our campus. The theme for the CS-L program at Lawrence is global studies and issues. In addition to developing students' understanding of contemporary global issues, the program emphasizes the development of students' English proficiency.
Study at Lawrence University
Lawrence University is a liberal arts college with a conservatory of music that is located in Appleton, Wisconsin, a small city in the northeast part of Wisconsin. Ranked among the best of the nation's small, private colleges, Lawrence enrolls about 1,500 undergraduates from 49 states and from more than 45 other countries. Students at Lawrence are required to live on campus, creating a small, supportive community of learners. Class sizes are small, typically ranging from 10 - 40 students, and learning through class discussion is considered an important part of a Lawrence education.
See "Registration Information" for program details: Waseda registration info 2017-18.pdf
See "Waseda Classes" for required and suggested classes: Waseda course list 2017-18.pdf