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京都外国語大学 | Kyoto University of Foreign Studies

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Global Engagement

  • Admission
Postal code 615-8558
Address 6 Kasame-cho, Saiin, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
Department to contact Admission Center
Phone 075-322-6035
Fax 075-322-6241
Notable aspects of the school There are undergraduate courses and departments where you can earn a degree through classes taught entirely in English.
International Students Examination There is special selection.
Admission capacity 50 (for the 2022 school year)
Applicants 44 (for the 2021 school year)
Successful candidates 38 (for the 2021 school year)
Number of international students 30 (for the 2021 school year)
Number of privately financed international students 30 (for the 2021 school year)
Application fee 35,000 yen (for the 2021 school year)
Admission fee 230,000 yen (for the 2021 school year)
Tuition per year 795,000 yen (for the 2021 school year)
Other expenses 435,000 yen (for the 2021 school year)
Application to delay payment or receive a refund Not available.
Remarks Entrance Examination for International Students (for domestic residents in Japan): 35,000yen
Entrance Examination for International Students (overseas residents): 20,000yen
Department(s) Department of Global Studies, Department of Global Tourism
Distribution of application forms End of August
Application category A schedule
Starting date for application submission October 8, 2021
Deadline of application October 25, 2021 (must be postmarked by this date)
Date of examination November 28, 2021
Notification of examination result December 4, 2021
Deadline of enrollment procedures December 14, 2021(First deadline) January 11, 2022(Second deadline)
Admission procedures - Application from outside Japan Not available.
Sections of exam prepared by the college or university Interview, Department of Global Studies: Interview in English. Department of Global Tourism: Interview in Japanese.
Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU) - Designated subjects Japanese as a Foreign Language, Please see the Remarks (1) below.
Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU) - Referred exam Exams from June, 2017 onwards
English examination Using TOEFL or others
Minimum score for TOEFL-iBT Score of over 62
Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) You must pass the N1 (Level 1) or N2 (Level 2) examination.
Remarks The Department of Global Studies is an English program and requires a certificate of English examination after April 2017. The Department of Global Tourism is a Japanese language program and requires either a score of 200 or higher on the EJU Japanese language test (excluding writing) or a JLPT N2 pass after June 2017. However, both departments can also be applied with a "Letter of Evaluation" from the head of the educational institution (form prescribed by the university).

(1) Required only for the Department of Global Tourism. 200 points or higher in EJU Japanese (excluding writing) or JLPT N2 after June 2017. In addition, you can also apply with a "Certificate of Evaluation" (on a form prescribed by the university) from the head of an educational institution such as a high school, Japanese language school, or vocational school, certifying that your Japanese language ability is equivalent to or higher than the aforementioned Japanese language ability.

(2) One of the following scores after April 2017: TOEFL iBT 62, IELTS 5.0, TOEIC L&R 710, TOEIC L&R S&W 1430, GTEC 4 skills 1118, TEAP PBT 4 skills 282, TEAP CBT 540, EIKEN CSE 2150, Cambridge English Proficiency Test 155. Applicants may also submit a certificate of graduation or transcript from an English-speaking high school or international school, or a letter of evaluation from the head of an educational institution such as a high school or vocational school certifying English proficiency equivalent to the aforementioned (on a form prescribed by the university).
Application category B schedule
Starting date for application submission January 17, 2022
Deadline of application February 2, 2022 (must be postmarked by this date)
Date of examination March 4, 2022
Notification of examination result March 8, 2022
Deadline of enrollment procedures March 15, 2022
Admission procedures - Application from outside Japan Not available.
Sections of exam prepared by the college or university Interview, Department of Global Studies: Interview in English. Department of Global Tourism: Interview in Japanese.
Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU) - Designated subjects Japanese as a Foreign Language, Please see the Remarks (1) below.
Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU) - Referred exam Exams from June, 2017 onwards
English examination Using TOEFL or others
Minimum score for TOEFL-iBT Score of over 62
Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) You must pass the N1 (Level 1) or N2 (Level 2) examination.
Remarks The Department of Global Studies is an English program and requires a certificate of English examination after April 2017. The Department of Global Tourism is a Japanese language program and requires either a score of 200 or higher on the EJU Japanese language test (excluding writing) or a JLPT N2 pass after June 2017. However, both departments can also be applied with a "Letter of Evaluation" from the head of the educational institution (form prescribed by the university).

(1) Required only for the Department of Global Tourism. 200 points or higher in EJU Japanese (excluding writing) or JLPT N2 after June 2017. In addition, you can also apply with a "Certificate of Evaluation" (on a form prescribed by the university) from the head of an educational institution such as a high school, Japanese language school, or vocational school, certifying that your Japanese language ability is equivalent to or higher than the aforementioned Japanese language ability.

(2) One of the following scores after April 2017: TOEFL iBT 62, IELTS 5.0, TOEIC L&R 710, TOEIC L&R S&W 1430, GTEC 4 skills 1118, TEAP PBT 4 skills 282, TEAP CBT 540, EIKEN CSE 2150, Cambridge English Proficiency Test 155. Applicants may also submit a certificate of graduation or transcript from an English-speaking high school or international school, or a letter of evaluation from the head of an educational institution such as a high school or vocational school certifying English proficiency equivalent to the aforementioned (on a form prescribed by the university).
Application category Entrance Examination for International Students (overseas residents)
Starting date for application submission January 5, 2022
Deadline of application January 13, 2022 (must be postmarked by this date)
Date of examination January 15, 2022 - January 22, 2022
Notification of examination result January 28, 2022
Deadline of enrollment procedures February 10, 2022
Admission procedures - Application from outside Japan Available.
Admission procedures - Visiting Japan for entrance exam Not necessary.
Sections of exam prepared by the college or university Interview, The Department of Global Studies will conduct web-based interviews in English using Zoom. Web-based interview in Japanese via Zoom for the Department of Global Tourism, scheduled for January 15 and 22, 2022.
Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU) - Designated subjects Japanese as a Foreign Language, Please see the Remarks (1) below.
Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU) - Referred exam Exams from June, 2017 onwards
English examination Using TOEFL or others
Minimum score for TOEFL-iBT Score of over 62
Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) You must pass the N1 (Level 1) or N2 (Level 2) examination.
Remarks The Department of Global Studies is an English program and requires a certificate of English examination after April 2017. The Department of Global Tourism is a Japanese language program and requires either a score of 200 or higher on the EJU Japanese language test (excluding writing) or a JLPT N2 pass after June 2017. However, both departments can also be applied with a "Letter of Evaluation" from the head of the educational institution (form prescribed by the university). After web registration, please send all documents in PDF format as email attachments to the Admissions Center before mailing them from overseas.

(1) Required only for the Department of Global Tourism. 200 points or higher in EJU Japanese (excluding writing) or JLPT N2 after June 2017. In addition, you can also apply with a "Certificate of Evaluation" (on a form prescribed by the university) from the head of an educational institution such as a high school, Japanese language school, or vocational school, certifying that your Japanese language ability is equivalent to or higher than the aforementioned Japanese language ability.

(2) One of the following scores after April 2017: TOEFL iBT 62, IELTS 5.0, TOEIC L&R 710, TOEIC L&R S&W 1430, GTEC 4 skills 1118, TEAP PBT 4 skills 282, TEAP CBT 540, EIKEN CSE 2150, Cambridge English Proficiency Test 155. Applicants may also submit a certificate of graduation or transcript from an English-speaking high school or international school, or a letter of evaluation from the head of an educational institution such as a high school or vocational school certifying English proficiency equivalent to the aforementioned (on a form prescribed by the university).
Entry (Autumn) September, 2022 entry
Application category Entrance Examination for International Students (overseas residents), September Admission (Department of Global Studies only)
Starting date for application submission May 17, 2022
Deadline of application June 1, 2022 (must be postmarked by this date)
Date of examination June 11, 2022 - June 18, 2022
Notification of examination result June 24, 2022
Deadline of enrollment procedures July 8, 2022
Admission procedures - Application from outside Japan Available.
Admission procedures - Visiting Japan for entrance exam Not necessary.
Sections of exam prepared by the college or university Interview, Web-based interview in English using Zoom, scheduled for June 11 and 18, 2022.
English examination Using TOEFL or others
Minimum score for TOEFL-iBT Score of over 62
Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) Not necessary.
Remarks The Department of Global Studies is an English program and requires a certificate of English examination after April 2017. In addition, a certificate of graduation or transcript from an English-speaking high school or international school, or a letter of evaluation from the head of an educational institution such as a high school or vocational school certifying English proficiency equivalent to the aforementioned (on a form prescribed by the university) is also acceptable. After web registration, please send all documents in PDF format as email attachments to the Admissions Center before mailing them from overseas.

(1) One of the following scores after April 2017: TOEFL iBT 62, IELTS 5.0, TOEIC L&R 710, TOEIC L&R S&W 1430, GTEC 4 skills 1118, TEAP PBT 4 skills 282, TEAP CBT 540, EIKEN CSE 2150, Cambridge English Proficiency Test 155. Applicants may also submit a certificate of graduation or transcript from an English-speaking high school or international school, or a letter of evaluation from the head of an educational institution such as a high school or vocational school certifying English proficiency equivalent to the aforementioned (on a form prescribed by the university).

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