Exchange student candidates must submit their applications through the International Office of their home university.
For ELIGIBILITY, DEADLINES AND INSTRUCTIONS on how to apply, please refer below:
*Application for Certificate of Eligibility must be submitted by email using Excel-format, not PDF. There are 3 sheets to be filled out. Please refer to the SAMPLE sheets for instructions.
MBA program, Physical Education classes, Teacher’s Certificate courses, foreign language courses for Japanese students, some in Education and courses that are full are restricted.
Note: Graduate students may be accepted on a limited basis subject to approval from the academic staff based on academic objectives. Courses are taught in Japanese, therefore, high level of Japanese proficiency is mandatory.
With completed application materials submitted, International Center will, on behalf of the students, apply to the Immigration Bureau for the “Certificate of Eligibility” (CoE). Please note that it will take approximately 1 to 2 months for CoE to be issued by the Immigration Bureau (usually in late July for Fall semester applicants, February for Spring semester applicants). Therefore, make sure there are no mistakes in the documents submitted in Excel-file (3 sheets). As soon as CoE is issued, AGU will forward the document by post to the student’s home university. CoE, along with Letter of Acceptance and valid passport is usually necessary to apply for student visa at your local Japanese Embassy / Consulate of citizenship, BEFORE departing your home country. Please check with local Japanese Embassy / Consulate regarding any updated information or details.
- Immigration Bureau of Japan: http://www.immi-moj.go.jp/tetuduki/index.html
Note: Those who have Japanese citizenship must enter Japan with Japanese passport. In such cases, applying for student visa will not be necessary.
The following is an estimate living costs of attending AGU as an Exchange Student for a full academic year (12 months).
|Room & Board||1,260,000|
|Books and Materials||60,000|
|National Health Insurance||25,000|