TESOL M.A. in Tokyo
The Teachers College, Columbia University Japan Campus office will close for the last time on August 15th. 2013. At that time, our current facilities at Kanda Institute of Foreign Languages will revert to their home institution and telephone and fax contact will no longer be available.
Teachers College will continue to support those students who need to complete coursework and submit MA Projects in finishing their degrees, as well as graduates who wish to apply for Sensyu Menkyo status. Specific details about the nature of that support will be posted here as they become available. Please look to this site for further information on a regular basis.
Teachers College Columbia University Japan Alumni Association
Teachers College Columbia University Alumni Association
Teachers College alumni are part of a non-dues-paying body, consisting of all persons who hold a degree from the College. There are over 90,000 Teachers College alumni worldwide. As a graduate, you are automatically enrolled in the association, free of charge and you will be eligible for numerous benefits and services.
If you want to see what is available for you in as an alumnus of Teachers College, visit the NY web site. On this site you can:
A) Update Your Information (do it on-line)
B) Change your Name The form for this needs to be submitted in person in New York - the Program Director can do this for you, on your behalf.
Columbia University Association Japan Association
As a Teachers College graduate in Japan you are also very welcome to join the Columbia University Alumni Association of Japan, or CUAAJ.
Visit their web site to discover other ways to connect to Columbia Alumni in Japan. They also have a page in English, and they are very active, offering special presentations by visiting and local scholars and other dignitaries on a regular basis.