We open three courses, “ILAS Seminar”, “ILAS Seminar-E2” and “ILAS Seminar (Overseas)” at Seminars in Liberal Arts and Sciences. Professors in each faculty, graduate course, research institute and center conduct the course for small number of students in a face-to-face relationship, dealing various themes. ”ILAS Seminar-E2” is E2-class taught in English. “ILAS Seminar (Overseas)” contains fieldwork overseas.
When you take ILAS Seminar and “ILAS Seminar-E2”, you need a pre-registration. For further information, refer to the website Pre-registration for ILAS Seminars as follows. Please note that 1st year students are allowed to enroll in only one course, except in the case of “ILAS Seminar-E2” or “ILAS Seminar (Overseas)”.
There is a wide variety of contents--reading history, geography and classics, introducing the latest knowledge of environment, natural resource, universe and medical science etc., field work, and so on--as a university. ① You can realize the meaning of active learning in the university differ from learning in high school. ② You can realize the meaning of learning through the discussion with students and teachers. ③ You can understand the basis of academic writing. The class consists of three points mentioned above. For further information, refer to the syllabus, List of Offered Course.
＜Deal with credits for each department/faculty＞
To deal with credits of ILAS Seminars, Please refer to “Learning – The number of required credit for Liberal Arts and Sciences Course” on the website “Welcome to Kyoto University” or Handbook of Liberal Arts and Sciences Course ” The number of required credit for each department/faculty”. Note that how to approve the earned credits of ILAS Seminars to graduate differs by each department/faculty.