To Foreign Students Considering Studying in Nagoya 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 Nagoya University and its faculties of Engineering, Letters, Education, Law, Economics, Informatics, Science, Medicine, and Agricultural Sciences. Take full advantage of the site to learn everything you would like to know about Nagoya University.
In addition, information for about 1,300 universities, graduate schools, two-year colleges, and vocational schools that accept foreign students is also posted.
Nagoya University will join 2015 ESF Higher Education Fair in Hong Kong on Jan 21.
The International Academic Exchange Office aims at providing a truly open space mainly for international students, but it also aims at making it possible for foreign researchers and Japanese students to make use of the room at ease.
At the International Academic Exchange Office, four international student advisors, and the executive officers of the Student Affairs Office and the General Affairs Office cooperate to give advice to students.
The Nagoya University Education Center for International Students (ECIS) was established in April 1993 with the aim of educating foreign students in Japanese language and Japanese culture. It is committed to offering a high-quality service to all foreign students, providing guidance and advice concerning study and life in Japan and promoting student exchange between Nagoya University and numerous overseas institutions.
Please refer to the following links for Nagoya University residences available to international students.
Please refer to the following links for information on Scholarships and Admission/Tuition Fee Exemption System at Nagoya University.
Every new foreign student is assigned a graduate student from Graduate School of Engineering as a Tutor. The tutors role is to provide extracurricular coaching on a personal level for the new student. In addition, the tutor can also act as a “sempai”, which means “an older, more experienced friend”, who can help the new international student form networks and friendships that can benefit his academic and general life at Nagoya University.
International Academic Exchange Office
International Ohmeikan House