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[University of Tsukuba] Applications for the Bachelor's Program in Global Issues are now accepted.
Please access to our online application system in order to input date and upload image files during this period ：noon, March 1 (Thu.) to 5 p.m., April 3 (Tue.), 2018 (Japan Standard Time).
Online Application System
Bachelor's Program in Global Issues Website
The University of Tsukuba has a Central Library and 4 specialized libraries, and all of them can be accessed with a student ID. The combined number of publications kept at the libraries exceeds 2.6 million volumes. Seventy percent of this collection is kept at the Central Library, with the specialized libraries holding materials related to various fields of study and research.
The University of Tsukuba has a cafeteria which serves food prepared with ingredients certified as Halal.
(Website in Japanese language)
The Global Commons Institute is a place where Japanese students and international students can study and interact with each other. Consultations and other services are also provided regarding study abroad, as well as for studies in general.