Q&A

  1. Can I visit the university or attend an information session?

    The university holds several open campus days every year where those interested can receive information on entrance examinations and participate in campus tours and other activities. The university also provides individual counseling in relation to enrollment and we hope that you will take advantage of this service. In addition to open campus days, the university accepts requests for inspection tours and bookings can be made through the head office's entrance examination section (Phone: +81-25-270-1311).
    *Note that the university may not be able to respond to certain requests due to other scheduled events.

  2. Is there a dormitory for students?

    No. However, the university does provide information on apartments for students who are seeking accommodation.

  3. How much are examination fees and tuition fees for international students?

    The examination fee is 17,000 yen (tentative). Tuition fees for international students are the same as for Japanese students. (Annual fees as of April 2009 totaled 535,800 yen. Actual payment is divided into two parts: first semester (April to September) after admission and second semester (October to March)). Please check with the university for details as fees are subject to revision.

  4. Are there any university staff members who can communicate in English?

    Experienced bilingual staff members are available to provide support in all aspects of study and university life.

  5. Can you introduce international students to part-time work?

    The university only posts job-opening information on a relevant bulletin board and all direct contact with companies must be conducted by students. This also applies to international students. The university head office can provide information required to acquire "permission to engage in activity other than that permitted under the status of residence previously granted" that is necessary for international students to engage in part-time work.

  6. Do you offer any support programs for international students who wish to find work in Japan after graduating?

    The career support center provides information on job hunting and acquiring qualifications. The center can also provide advice on recruitment examinations, information on job agencies, and counseling on acquiring qualifications for students who wish to find work in Japan.

  7. How many international students are currently enrolled at the university?

    There are no international students enrolled at this time. However, the university is currently developing an acceptance framework that will ensure a rewarding experience at our university for all international students.

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