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【Aichi Shukutoku University】 Japanese Studies Program <2017 Fall Enrollment Application>
Application Deadline: April 28, 2017
*Successful applicants are required to submit the confirmation of enrollment by June 9, 2017.
*Initial Payment has to be made by June 12, 2017.
Application Forms and procedures are available online.
This scholarship, awarded on the basis of academic achievement at the Center for Japanese Language and Culture, is given in the form of a partial tuition refund of 30% at the close of each semester.
Students of the Japanese Studies Program at the Center for Japanese Language and Culture can reside at Aichi Shukutoku University’s International House (colloquially known as the “I-House”). This newly constructed, three-story dormitory for international students was completed in fall 2013 on the Nagakute Campus. In addition to students of the Japanese Studies Program, it houses international students enrolled in the University’s undergraduate and graduate programs as well as Japanese Resident Assistants.
Since the I-House has a resident manager and offers support for international students in conjunction with the staff of the University’s Center for International Programs, students are able to focus on their studies with confidence and peace of mind.
Once a year, the staff at the Center for Internaitonal Programs meet each student where the student can talk about any concern and problem he/she might have. Students are always welcome at the Center for International Programs if they need any help or advice. English- and Chinese-speaking staff persons are available and ready to help students with their Japanese.
2nd & 3rd floors are reserved for residents