Regular programs of Nagoya University, taught in Japanese, offer a wide range of choices to any student who is proficient in Japanese language. Admissions information of the regular programs is available in the International Education and Exchange Center: ieec.iee.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/
For further information about admission as
- Privately-financed International Student
- Japanese Government Scholarship Student
- Exchange Program Student
- Special Exchange Program Student
- GCOE Program Student
please visit: sed.adm.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/index.html
Tuition and other fees
Degree-seeking students should pay tuition for the spring semester by the end of April and for the fall semester by the end of October. The fee payments can be made by automatic bank transfer or by using a deposit slip.
Research students, on the other hand, should pay the sum of 6-month tuition along with the registration fee at the time of admission. Afterwards, they will make payments in two instalments (April and October) at the office of their school. Each will be the sum of 6-month tuition.
Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) Scholarship Students are exempt from paying any fees.
Disenrolment due to Non-Payment of Tuition
Students failing to pay tuition by the stipulated deadline will, under certain conditions, be disenrolled. Disenrolment takes place at the end of each semester.