- School of International Studies
- International Student Admission
International Student Admission
Admission Types for International Students:
|First Examination||Second Examination||Examination I||Examination II|
|Applicants in Japan||Overseas Applicants||Applicants in Japan||Overseas Applicants|
|Total 15||Total 15|
|Students whose first language is English or who are competent in English||Students who are proficient in Japanese|
|Document Screening||1. Document Screening
2. Oral examination(Japanese)
|Aug. 24 to
|Oct. 24 to
|Aug. 24 to
|Nov. 14 to
|Document Screening Only||Oct. 15, 2022||Jan. 21, 2023|
|Oct. 3, 2022||Dec. 9, 2022||Nov. 11, 2022||Jan.27, 2023|
|Note||Minimum English proficiency is required.||Screening will be conducted based on EJU scores.|
1. International Admission: English-based Degree Program
Applicants who are admitted through International Admission will be enrolled in English-based Degree Program as English-based International Students (EbIS). Those students’ first language is English, or second language but shows a demonstrable high level of English proficiency. EbIS can graduate from this program by only taking courses lectured in English; however, Japanese language course lectured in Japanese is mandatory.
Compare to courses lectured in Japanese, courses taught in English tend to have fewer students. So, not only students can get closer to classmates, but also to instructors. Especially the seminar type class will deepen students’ specialty.
There is no restriction to take courses taught in Japanese. When students get enough confident to take those courses, they can do so. You may be able to make more friends!
Please contact the SIS office if you have any inquiries concerning the admission process (kgusis[@]kwansei.ac.jp).
- Document Screening
- Two Application Periods are in a year; September and December
(*Applicants who applied for the First Examination can also apply for the Second Examination. )
- Applicants Both Residing in and Outside Japan can apply
International Admission 2023 Application Handbook and Manuals for Using the Online Application System (TAO)
SIS revised (added information) pages 3 and 6 of the Application Handbook on July 15, 2022 regarding the English scores to certify English language proficiency. For details, please check the “Notification of Revision of the Application Handbook.”
2. Ryugakusei Nyugaku Shiken: Japanese-based Degree ProgramClick here for more information.
Results of the 2022 Entrance Examinations
|Students whose first language is English or
who are competent in English
|Ryugakusei Nyugaku Shiken
|Students who are proficient
Tuition and Other FeesFollowing are the tuition and other expenses for the 2022 enrollee (unit: Japanese Yen). Tuition and other expenses for the 2023 enrollee have not been finalized.
Note: The total fee listed above does not include miscellaneous fees (Membership fee of Parental Association, Student Co-op fee and others - total 25,500 yen in 2022) as these fees are subject to change.