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The Keio University Faculty of Policy Management and the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies offer three scholarships for exceptional students accepted through Admissions for Overseas Students (GIGA Program). Apply for these scholarships the same time you apply for the GIGA Program. More detailed information can be found on the website below.
The Career Services Section is part of the Academic Affairs Office at SFC. This section helps students explore internship and career opportunities, and provides individualized advice about graduate schools. Students may also find career reference materials and job resources at the section’s office.
Please refer to the following link for career information pertaining to international students:
SFC Japanese Lab is for Japanese learners studying at Keio SFC. Lab provides them with opportunity for learning Japanese with Japanese tutors. Many kinds of Japanese books and materials are available here, so all the Japanese learners can refer to them at any time. SFC Japanese Lab also holds some workshops, Kanji, Sushi making etc.
There are many apartments and privately owned dormitories located near and around Keio University SFC. Although there is currently no on-campus housing available for students, the Student Life Section can assist students with finding a place to live while they study at SFC. For more information on housing and living costs, please visit the following website.
SFC’s summer and fall festivals are the highlights of every academic year. Planned and organized solely by students, these two events enable students, faculty, staff, alumni and visitors to come together as a community and enjoy the turning of the seasons. Typical festival attractions, such as food stalls selling traditional snacks, flea markets and game booths, are complemented by performances where students display their talents in a myriad of interests ranging from dancing and singing to martial arts and cheerleading. The festivals reach their climax in the evening with spectacular fireworks that light up the night sky.
Career Services Section at SFC
Many Keio University students go abroad to study.