Osaka University

Toyonaka, Osaka ใƒผ It’s been a busy few weeks moving and starting university, but I’ve finally settled in and have finally gotten around to updating my blog! Osaka University’s entrance ceremony was held on April 3rd, marking the beginning of the school year for 6,406 new students.

The first week was spent attending orientation sessions and navigating through crowds of people at the club fair. Every team and club had a booth set up somewhere on campus and upper year students filled the streets handing out flyers trying to recruit new students. I went to a few of the club orientations, and I’m in the process of deciding what to join now!

In terms of my program, I couldn’t be happier! I belong to the Faculty of Law, School of International Public Policy which focuses on law, politics, and economics. There are around 80 people in the program and 40 in my class. I have 15 classes this semester, including Russian, Islamic law, Japanese law, economic development, and international relations. The course load is a little bit heavier than the typical 5-course semester in Canada, so I’ll definitely be kept busy!


  1. Hi Zack
    Looks like you will be immersed in studies before long.
    You sure make the best of you time there. Hopefully get to see you if you come home for a couple of weeks this summer. Take care of yourself . ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

    Sent from my iPhone


  2. Hi Zack, nice to know you in this blog. I’m a little surprised that you will also learn about Islamic Law. Many of people are worry about Islamic Law or called Syariah. But, if we study it, we will know that Islam is not a terror religion. ๐Ÿ™‚


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