To Foreign Students Considering Studying in Nihon 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 Nihon University and its faculties of Humanities and Sciences, Law, Economics, Commerce, Art, International Relations, Science and Technology, Industrial Technology, Engineering, Medicine, Dentistry, Dentistry at Matsudo, Bioresource Sciences, Pharmacy, Sports Sciences, and Risk Management. Take full advantage of the site to learn everything you would like to know about Nihon University.
In addition, information for about 1,300 universities, graduate schools, two-year colleges, and vocational schools that accept foreign students is also posted.
Tokyo / Private
Nihon University has established its own scholarship program for exceptional international students. We also accept applications from students receiving scholarships from public and private organizations. Application and selection for these scholarships are determined following enrollment.
Nihon University provides a tuition reduction program for privately-funded international students with exceptional academic records. Students who qualify under this tuition reduction program will have their tuition costs reduced by 20%. Students who wish to request a tuition reduction must apply at the student affairs office of their affiliated college following enrollment.
The College of Humanities and Sciences is located in Setagaya Ward in Tokyo, and the closest train stations are Shimotokaido Station and Sakurajosui Station on the Keio Line. There is no dormitory on the campus, but we have partnered with real estate agents who can introduce nearby apartments and housing to students. Please check the below websites for details on housing.
Kyoritsu Maintenance Co., Ltd.
Ambition Roompia Co., Ltd.
Leopalace 21 Co., Ltd.
Apart from academics, students at Nihon University also enjoy a full range of extracurricular activities. The College of Humanities and Sciences alone has 150 official clubs and activity groups. All the groups all very active in their pursuits. Some groups practice regularly in preparation for performances or presentations at student festivals, and other groups take part in off-campus sports competitions.
Our job-hunting guidance staff provide support for your employment needs following graduation, including drafting of resumes and cover letters, interview techniques, and other points important for finding a job. There is also job-hunting guidance specifically designed for international students. Japan’s hiring systems are very specific to the country, and many aspects of the process pose unique challenges for non-Japanese. We will help you understand the key points for a successful job hunt.
Here is an orientation for international students. You will have opportunities to experience Japan’s culture firsthand as you begin your student life in Japan.
An exchange event between Japanese and international students
A commemorative photograph with the whole group