Kuwanoki RA and Japanese Residents of International Student Shared House

 

Okayama University has four dormitories for international students, and International Students and Japanese students live together in Kuwanoki Dormitory and International Student Shared House. Japanese residents are selected through an open recruitment process in spring and/or fall. The number of applicant changes depending on the number of current residents moving in and out of the dormitory, so please check with the International Affairs Department for details.

Kuwanoki RA (Resident Assistant)

Kuwanoki RAs (Resident Assistants) are students who live in the dormitory with International Students and provide support for dormitory life, and plan and organize exchange events with the aim of helping international students living in the dormitory spend their daily lives in a meaningful way. They will be paid for some of their work. 8 RAs are currently supporting about 150 international students.

Recruitment Information

We are not recruiting at the moment. For information about the Spring 2022 recruitment, please see below (in Japanese only).

桑の木RA募集ポスター

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Japanese Residents of International Student Shared House

The purpose of the International Student Shared House is for international and Japanese students studying at Okayama University to cultivate a sense of internationalism by experiencing the language, culture, and lifestyle of another country through daily life. The building is designed so that each resident can have their own private room, while four students live together as one unit, allowing for natural interaction between residents.

Recruitment Information

We are not recruiting at the moment. For information about the Spring 2022 recruitment, please see below (in Japanese only).

シェアハウス募集ポスター

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