Bagi Anda yang ingin melanjutkan studi ke University of Tsukuba. JAPAN STUDY SUPPORT merupakan situs informasi studi di Jepang untuk para pelajar/mahasiswa(i) mancanegara yang dikelola bersama oleh The Asian Students Cultural Association (ABK) dan Benesse Corp. Kami menyediakan informasi rinci per fakultas, termasuk Fakultas Japan-Expert ProgramatauFakultas Bachelor's Program in Global IssuesatauFakultas School of Humanities and CultureatauFakultas School of Human SciencesatauFakultas School of Science and EngineeringatauFakultas School of Medicine and Medical SciencesatauFakultas School of Health and Physical EducationatauFakultas School of Art and DesignatauFakultas School of InformaticsatauFakultas School of Social and International StudiesatauFakultas School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba. Bagi yang mencari informasi melanjutkan studi ke University of Tsukuba, silakan memanfaatkannya. Selain itu, kami juga menyediakan informasi sekitar 1300 universitas, pascasarjana, universitas yunior, akademi kejuruan yang siap menerima mahasiswa(i) mancanegara.
Student Application Information (FY2017) have released!
For details, please refer to our website.
The following 2 scholarships are available for students joining the Japan-Expert (Bachelor Degree) Program.
1. Tsukuba Scholarship (monthly scholarship stipend of 50,000 yen)
2. Imagawa Future Fund (For Healthcare Course students only) (scholarship amount not yet determined)
In addition to these scholarships, other scholarships are available to students after enrollment based on the university’s recommendation.
Following enrollment, international students will be assigned assistants who will help them with their initial moving-in and other procedures for beginning their student lives.
The Career Development Office at the University of Tsukuba supports the job-hunting activities of international students, with on-campus company recruiting events specifically for international students as well as job-hunting follow-up seminars. Consultation regarding job-hunting activities is also available so that students will find themselves in a supportive environment where they can address any concerns they have, no matter how small.
The University of Tsukuba provides a living environment for students that compliments their studies, and the dormitories are designed so that students can experience life as self-sufficient citizens within a local community. There are a total of 60 dormitory buildings, with 3,430 single rooms, 153 double rooms, and 251 family units. Rooms include beds, desks, a wash basin, and a telephone, among other amenities. Students need only to bring whatever they require for their own personal needs in their daily lives.
For details, please refer to page 43 of the following guidebook.
The Center for Education of Global Communication (CEGLOC) holds Japanese language supplementary courses as an extra-curricular activity.
For details, please refer to page 36 of the following guidebook.
Exchanges among international students
Housing Fee: From 13,540 yen, up to 44,000 yen
(Fees vary by the type of housing. A security deposit as well as utility costs are charged separately.)