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To Foreign Students Considering Studying in Musashino University. JAPAN STUDY SUPPORT is a website jointly operated by The Asian Students Cultural Association and Benesse Corporation. It provides information about studying in Japan.
The website also provides detailed information about Musashino University and its faculties of Global Studies, Economics, Literature, Human Sciences, Law, and Engineering. Take full advantage of the site to learn everything you would like to know about Musashino University.
In addition, information for about 1,300 universities, graduate schools, two-year colleges, and vocational schools that accept foreign students is also posted.

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Student life support

Apartments and 2 Student Dormitories – for a smooth student life –

The university offers internationals students support so that they are able to adjust to life in Japan smoothly.

 2 Student Dormitories
The university has two student dormitories – the Kodaira Men’s Dormitory (75 rooms) located near the Musashino Campus, and the Kasai International Dormitory (86 rooms) located near the Ariake Campus. Both dormitories have their own special features and offer an environment conducive to leading a smooth student life.
The Kasai International Dormitory offers a very international atmosphere in which international students can live and learn alongside Japanese students, creating new connections and a wide circle of friends. This dormitory also offers a special international-student dormitory fee.

 Apartments
The university can introduce students to a large number of apartments within commuting distance from the Musashino and Ariake campuses. Students also receive a reduction on real estate agent fees.

Musashino University’s Original Scholarship System

Musashino University has a number of scholarship options including stipends and non-repayable scholarships, as well as a scholarship that provides financial assistance to students who pass a specified qualification. Students can also apply for the scholarships offered by the Japanese government and various other private financial groups.

Part-time Job Support

Students have access to a part-time job information site specifically for Musashino University students. The International Office, which offers support to all international students studying at the university, also posts job information on their notice boards from time to time.

The International Students’ Association – fostering international exchange

The International Students’ Association is a group of international students currently studying at Musashino University. The association holds international exchange events every month, such as barbeques, sports competitions and social get togethers to drink tea and catch up. The association also has regular meet ups and exchange events with the Japanese students’ association – the Global Headquarters Club.

Internships within Japan & Job-hunting Support

There is support in place to help students learn what they need to know in order to job-hunt in Japan.
Both campuses have a career and job-hunting room, offering various support related to job-hunting, career education and acquiring special qualifications. Students are free to browse the job postings and job-hunting related books and magazines in these rooms and can even make an appointment to have an individual counseling session with a career advisor. Through this support you will be able to learn the necessary job-hunting schedules and related information for carrying out your job hunt in Japan.

The Kasai International Dormitory that opened in April 2015. Students from all over Japan and the globe live and study together. Just a 15-minute bus ride from a famous theme park!

A BBQ held in a central park in May. Over 200 people attended and a great time was had by all.

Students wearing kimonos and being taught the traditional Japanese art of tea ceremony.

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