Nomination dates (by DU when a GO place has been awarded).
Application dates (by the student once allocated a GO place)
Students have the option to take classes in both English and Japanese, provided they meet the language requirements. If you are a non native English speaker, you may be asked to provide evidence of language ability.
Students have the option to live either in University accommodation or private accommodation. There are multiple dormitories students can be assigned to, some are purely International whilst others have a mix of Japanese and International students. All accommodation is self-catered.
Type of accommodation offered:
Fees of on-campus/off-campus housing:
Maximum beds offered to every partner school?
Nagoya provide information, advice and support for students which can be accessed from the links below
Japanese law stipulates that all university students based in Japan must enroll in the country's National Health Insurance (NHI) program, which costs around 2,000 yen (£13) per month.
Most information can be found in the International Student Handbook
All opportunities offered over vacation times can be found on the Summer Opportunities or Winter School webpages
Located in Chubu (Central Japan), Nagoya is on the main Shinkansen (Bullet Train) railway line that runs east-west along the Pacific Ocean.
Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto and Hiroshima are all within easy reach but with the Meidai-Sai festival, student clubs and events, Nagoya itself has a lot to offer.