INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE PROGRAM

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Nagoya University

Since its foundation in 1939, Nagoya University has developed into one of  the  nation’s leading universities accounting for almost one third of Japan’s Nobel laureates. This success is attributed to the liberal and vibrant character of Nagoya University which encourages   education and research that is free from traditional and rigid thinking.

Program: Student Exchange

Duration:

1 semester

Minimum GPA:

3.00

Tuition:

paid at home

institution

Quota:

2 students /year

Minimum TOEFL:

79 (IBT)

Minimum TOEIC:

780

Living cost:

JPY 80,000 – 95,000

/month

Deadlines:

1-15 April (for Fall

semester) and 1-15 October (for Spring semester)

 

Minimum IELTS:

6.0 overall, no band

under 6.0

 

Insurance:

Entry Requirements 

  • Students must be officially nominated by the home institution.
  • Students must complete the online application procedures.
  • Students must submit: application form, letter of recommendation, official academic transcript, certificate of physical condition, Certificate of Eligibility, original bank statement, etc.

Fees and Living Cost                 

Tuition fee                          waived by host institution, paid at home institution

Living cost                           JPY 80,000 – 95,000 /month

Details:

Accommodation                  JPY 20,000 – 35,000 /month

Meals                                    JPY 30,000 /month
Miscellaneous                     JPY 30,000 /month

Credit Transfer

Nagoya University Grade IUP-IR Grade
90-100

A

(Excellent)

95-100 A
90-94 A-
80-89

A

(Very Good)

85-89 A/B
80-84 B+
70-79

B

(Good)

75-79 B
70-74 B-
60-69

C

(Satisfactory)

65-69 B/C
60-64 C+
0-59

 

 

F

(Fail)

55-59 C
50-54 C-
45-49 C/D
40-44 D+
35-39 D

 

Courses Offered

(No maximum/semester, generally each course contains 2 credits)

Contemporary Japanese Society

Introduction to Japanese Politics

Immigration in Japan: Law, Policy, and Society

Climate Change Policy

Human Security and Law

Introduction to International Development

Japan’s Development Experiences

International Cooperation Law