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Kansai University Minami-Senri International Plaza was opened in April, 2012, and is equipped with the latest facilities for students in the Bekka program as well as dormitories for international students. It is conveniently located, and downtown Osaka can be reached with a train ride of 30 minutes or less. Even so, it is surrounded by greenery and very quiet, with many amenities for students to live rich lives during their stay. Also, Kansai University’s main campus, Senriyama Campus, is only 15 minutes away by bicycle.
Kansai University’s Bekka program makes use of ICT and e-learning for studies both in and out of the classroom. Students can develop IT skills while learning Japanese at the same time. For these purposes, all classrooms, as well as the terrace, gardens, and dormitories are all equipped with wireless LAN connectivity.
This dormitory is primarily for students in the Bekka program and other international students studying at Kansai University. Students’ daily lives are supported by Resident Assistants. All rooms in the dormitory are single rooms, with a lounge and kitchen shared by 6 to 7 rooms in a “unit”. This design promotes natural interactions between residents. A variety of exchange events supported by the surrounding community are also held. The monthly cost to stay at the dormitory in the 2016 academic year is 48,000 yen, which includes utilities, internet connection, and bedding rental fees.
Hands-on cultural activities for residents of the International Student Dormitory in Minami-Senri International Plaza
A room at Minami-Senri International Plaza International Student Dormitory