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List of universities offering application by website

Web applications allow you take carry out application procedures over the internet. This includes the preparation of application forms and payment by credit card.
This is more convenient and easy because application forms do not need to be sent by post, and bank payments are not necessary. For details, please see the page of each university.

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Graduate SchoolMusashino Art University

The objective of the Graduate School of Musashino Art University is to build on the fundamentals taught in its undergraduate programs to contribute to the creation and development of culture through the education of scholars who have deeply pursued research into the techniques, theories and applications of art and design within their field of study. The Master's Program offers studies in a broad range of topics for the cultivation of the advanced skills required for carrying out further research and for working in specialized fields. The Doctoral Program includes research into high-level techniques and theories of creation and expression to nurture a wide breadth of academic knowledge, the advanced skills necessary for independent creative and research activities, and the ability to lead others in research into art and design.

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UniversityYamanashi Gakuin University

Celebrating its 70th anniversary in 2016, Yamanashi Gakuin endeavors to foster students with an international mindset who are capable of contributing to society. In addition to the International College of Liberal Arts (iCLA), which was founded this year, Yamanashi Gakuin University (YGU) also offers undergraduate programs in the Faculties of Law and Public Administration, the Department of Business in the Faculty of Contemporary Business, and the Department of Food Science and Nutrition in the Faculty of Health and Nutrition. It also boasts two graduate schools, a Law School and Graduate School of Social Sciences, in which students can major in either law or public policy. In addition to nurturing graduates with fundamental real-world skills, YGU is renowned for high academic excellence, and its support of students wanting to gain qualifications and employment in a wide variety of fields, including that of Japanese Civil Servant. Of particular note is the 100% pass rate for all YGU students who took the 29th Examination for National Registered Dieticians.

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UniversityInternational Christian University (ICU)

International Christian University (ICU) is a highly regarded liberal arts college providing outstanding bilingual education in both English and Japanese. ICU accepts students from all over the world and offers 31 majors as well as superlative Japanese Language Programs.

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UniversityTokyo University of Social Welfare

The Tokyo University of Social Welfare offers an array of programs, from a Japanese Language Program for students wanting to study Japanese, undergraduate and graduate courses and a program designed specifically for international students. We hope to see a lot of international students enrolling at the Tokyo University of Social Welfare, to study not only in their chosen field but also to learn the Japanese language and culture in preparation for succeeding in various fields both in Japan and in their home countries.

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UniversityMeiji University

Meiji University was founded in January 1881 as the Meiji Law School by a group of young lawyers barely in their 30's: Tatsuo Kishimoto, Kozo Miyagi, and Misao Yashiro. Currently there are 10 undergraduate Schools and 12 Graduate Schools, as well as the Law School and professional schools for the development of highly-specialized workers. The University also includes Meiji University Junior High School and Meiji University High School. These programs comprise one of Japan's most outstanding comprehensive university systems. With over 500,000 graduates sent out into society, Meiji University has played a major role in Japan's development. Meiji University, in the spirit of empowering individuals, aims to make dramatic advances onto the world stage as the top urban university in Japan.

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UniversityTokyo International University

Tokyo International University was founded as a small business college in 1965. Upon earning accreditation from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, the college has grown into a private university that now encompasses five schools (the School of Business and Commerce, Economics, Language Communication, International Relations, and Human and Social Sciences) and four graduate schools (the Graduate School of Business and Commerce, Economics, International Relations, and Clinical Psychology). Staying consistently true to its educational philosophy of “nurturing truly international-minded people,” TIU has expanded practice-oriented international education. The University boasts a highly international learning environment: of TIU’s approximately 6,200 students, more than 900 are from over 50 countries outside Japan. The E-Track Program, which began in 2014, focuses on providing international students and others with the opportunity to obtain a degree in an English-medium curriculum. We invite you to surround yourself with a diverse mix of value systems and develop the abilities it takes to flourish on the global stage.

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UniversityToyo University

The beginnings of Toyo University can be found in the Philosophy Academy, which was established in 1887 by the philosopher Enryo Inoue. In an era where only the elite of society were able to receive an education, his school was a place for the higher education of all people. Toyo University carries on the traditions of that school, and has opened its doors to the world and is actively taking in international students. Here, international students can find a world-class education that transcends borders and cultures, bringing together like-minded, motivated individuals in a comfortable and supportive learning environment.

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Graduate SchoolMeiji University

Meiji University was founded in January 1881 as the Meiji Law School by a group of young lawyers barely in their 30's: Tatsuo Kishimoto, Kozo Miyagi, and Misao Yashiro. Currently there are 10 undergraduate Schools and 12 Graduate Schools, as well as the Law School and professional schools for the development of highly-specialized workers. The University also includes Meiji University Junior High School and Meiji University High School. These programs comprise one of Japan's most outstanding comprehensive university systems. With over 500,000 graduates sent out into society, Meiji University has played a major role in Japan's development. Meiji University, in the spirit of empowering individuals, aims to make dramatic advances onto the world stage as the top urban university in Japan.

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UniversityRikkyo University

Rikkyo University started its history in 1874 as a small boarding school teaching English language and Bible studies. 140 years later, Rikkyo University has retained its tradition of education based upon humanistic values and Christian concern for others. The University has graduated over 170,000 students and currently operates two campuses in Ikebukuro and Niiza, both conveniently located within the vicinity of the metropolitan Tokyo area, with more than 20,000 students. The University offers academic programs in undergraduate and graduate levels with a wide variety of subjects, such as biomedical science, cinematic arts and social design, throughout its 10 colleges and 14 graduate schools. Exchange students can be enrolled in the Japanese language program and Japanese Studies in English courses.

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Graduate SchoolSophia University

Founded by the Jesuits in 1913, Sophia University has been a pioneer in international education in Japan, attracting students from all over the world. In 1949 Sophia established the first program in Japan taught entirely in English, and it continues to lead the Japanese academic world in offering international programs. Sophia is located in central Tokyo, near Japan's political, financial, business, and cultural centers.

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UniversitySophia University

Founded by the Jesuits in 1913, Sophia University has been a pioneer in international education in Japan, attracting students from all over the world. In 1949 Sophia established the first program in Japan taught entirely in English, and it continues to lead the Japanese academic world in offering international programs. Sophia is located in central Tokyo, near Japan's political, financial, business, and cultural centers.

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UniversityNanzan University

Nanzan University is the only comprehensive, co-educational Catholic university in Japan’s Chubu region. Nanzan’s founding ideal was to provide education based on a Christian worldview to cultivate people to respect and advance human dignity. This ideal is embodied in the university’s motto of Hominis Dignitati, a Latin term which translates as “For Human Dignity”. Christianity teaches that humans were created by God with a “dignity” that is inviolable; each one of us has irreplaceable value and rights by virtue of being human. Nanzan’s motto encapsulates the idea of living with a firm grasp of and respect for this human dignity.

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UniversityMeikai University

Meikai University can be accessed from Tokyo Station, taking only about 16 minutes by JR Keiyo Line Rapid Express. It is located in an area evocative of a resort near central Tokyo. As a university that is open to the world, a special course for learning Japanese language has been established to welcome international students interested in studying at a Japanese university or graduate school.

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Graduate SchoolRikkyo University

Rikkyo University started its history in 1874 as a small boarding school teaching English language and Bible studies. Rikkyo today has retained its tradition of education based upon humanistic values and Christian concern for others. The University has graduated over 170,000 students and currently operates two campuses in Ikebukuro and Niiza, both conveniently located within the vicinity of the metropolitan Tokyo area, with more than 20,000 students. The University offers academic programs in undergraduate and graduate levels with a wide variety of subjects, such as biomedical science, cinematic arts and social design, throughout its 10 colleges and 14 graduate schools. Exchange students can be enrolled in the Japanese language program and Japanese Studies in English courses.

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