Types of Professional Qualifications
For each acquirable professional qualification, the eligibility requirements such as prescribed curriculum or requirement for practical experience and the nationality requirement may differ.
Total estimated costs
"Total estimated costs" is the total of tuition (maximum possible for first-year students × length of the course of study), entrance fees, other costs (lab fees, facility and equipment fees, student accident insurance for first-year students × length of the course of study), and main living expenses × 12 months × length of the course of study. Living expenses include housing expenses. NIAD-QE calculates a reference value of housing expenses based on the Campus Life Data Survey by University Co-op, which each university may change to reflect the actual conditions.
Estimated Housing and Utilities Cost (Per Month)
Where there are several campuses, housing costs are calculated based on area the main campus is located in.
Fee charged when one is admitted as a qualified student and decides to be enrolled.
Double/Dual/Joint Degree Programs
- Double Degree Program: Programs for which multiple diplomas are awarded by completing learning at Japanese and foreign institutions using the credit transfer system.
- Joint Degree Program: Programs for a single diploma jointly awarded by two or more institutions based on cooperation established by Japanese and foreign institutions.
Tuition waivers may be entire or partial.
Grants (All Students may Apply)
Scholarships may include loans and grants.
This part shows scholarships limited to students of this program. However, other scholarships may be available at the institutional level. Check the university’s website for details.
Number of Spring Admissions
See the section on "entry timing" for the availability of admissions other than in the spring.
- Metropolitan: Tokyo 23 Wards, Cities, of those population are more than 500,000, designated by the government decree
- Urban: Cities in Tokyo Metropolitan (other than 23 wards), Cities in Saitama, Chiba, Kanagawa, Aichi, Kyoto, Osaka and Hyogo Prefecture except for those designated as underpopulated areas by the act.
- Suburban: Other areas than Metropolitan or Urban
The above classifications are a guide suggested by NIAD-QE; each university chooses the classification for its own campus.