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Ibaraki / National
|Address||1-1-1 Tennodai, Tsukuba-shi, Ibaraki|
|Department to contact||Admissions Center|
|International Students Examination||There is special selection.|
|Admission capacity||a few (for the 2020 school year)|
|Applicants||15 (for the 2019 school year)|
|Successful candidates||2 (for the 2019 school year)|
|Number of privately financed international students||4 (for the 2019 school year)|
|Application fee||17,000 yen (for the 2019 school year)|
|Admission fee||282,000 yen (for the 2019 school year)|
|Tuition per year||535,800 yen (for the 2019 school year)|
|Remarks||*Please refer the application guideline about the tuition fees.
*If the student payment is revised at the time of admission or while attending school, the new payment amount will be applied from the time of revision.
|Department(s)||College of Education, College of Psychology, College of Disability Sciences|
|Distribution of application forms||End of September|
|Availability of previous exams||Available on the internet.|
|Entry (Spring)||April, 2020 entry|
|Application category||Examination for privately financed international students|
|Admission procedures - Visiting Japan for entrance exam||Necessary.|
|Sections of exam prepared by the college or university||For details, please refer to the Guidelines for Recruiting Privately-Financed Foreign Students (scheduled to be announced in late September 2019).|
|Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU) - Designated subjects||For details, please refer to the Guidelines for Recruiting Privately-Financed Foreign Students (scheduled to be announced in late September 2019).|
|English examination||Using TOEFL or others|
|Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT)||Not necessary.|
|Remarks||The above contents may be changed. For details, please refer to the Guidelines for Recruiting Privately-Financed Foreign Students (scheduled to be announced in late September 2019).|
Last update: Jun. 26, 2019