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Welcome to Fuchinobe International HouseⅡ

Fuchinobe International HouseⅡ(FIHⅡ) is a student dormitory opened in September, 2013. The main purpose is to receive international students. Some universities and colleges in foreign countries, there are some cases which obligate freshman students to live in the dormitory as a part of student life.

One of FIHⅡ’s principle goal is “to develop students with international character”, which is main educational goal of J. F. Oberlin University and affiliated school.  Residents cultivate the skills they will need to succeed in the global society by having them independently resolve the various problems that can arise from differencese in ethnicities, culture, customs and value through daily life and interaction.

FIHⅡ accepts many international students, who are coming from over ten countries, as well as Japanese students and it is a facility for cultivating intercultural exchange and internationally minded students. Also, Resident Assistant (RA) is assigned in the dormitory as student staff. Through taking an important role to make dormitory attractive working with office of FIHⅡ, it cultivates a sense of responsibility for their role and cooperativeness with friends and other residents.

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Welcome to Fuchiobe International House

Welcome to Fuchinobe International HouseⅡ

Fuchinobe International HouseⅡ(FIHⅡ) is a student dormitory opened in September, 2013. The main purpose is to receive international students. Some universities and colleges in foreign countries, there are some cases which obligate freshman students to live in the dormitory as a part of student life.

 

One of FIHⅡ’s principle goal is “to develop students with international character”, which is main educational goal of J. F. Oberlin University and affiliated school.  Residents cultivate the skills they will need to succeed in the global society by having them independently resolve the various problems that can arise from differencese in ethnicities, culture, customs and value through daily life and interaction.

 

FIHⅡ accepts many international students, who are coming from over ten countries, as well as Japanese students and it is a facility for cultivating intercultural exchange and internationally minded students. Also, Resident Assistant (RA) is assigned in the dormitory as student staff. Through taking an important role to make dormitory attractive working with office of FIHⅡ, it cultivates a sense of responsibility for their role and cooperativeness with friends and other residents.