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itsumeikan University, Japan, accepts international students from all around the world and strives to promote internationalism in its education and research projects. Currently, there are approximately 600 full-time international students studying at Ritsumeikan, from Asia, North and South American, Europe, Oceania, and Africa. Come abroad to Kyoto Japan!
Academic Departments Recruiting International Students (as of May 1, 2006)
Department Name and Number of International Undergrad Students

   

Department Name Number of International Undergrad Students

Requirements for Admission
1. Completion of 12 years of standard education (by the time of university entrance); or possessing the certified qualifications equal to or surpassing a secondary education diploma
2. Turned 18 years old by April 1, 2006.
(Under Japanese education law, a candidate is considered qualified for consideration if the student has completed three years in a senior high school that has a 12-year standard period of education.)
Selection Process
First Semester (Spring) Admission Examination in Japanese, English, and an Interview. The Department of Information Science and Engineering also requires a mathematics examination.
Second Semester (Fall) Admission First Selection Stage: Results of the admissions examination "Japan International Student Exam" (Nihon Ryuugaku Shiken) administered by the Japan Student Services Organization Official Documents
Second Selection Stage: Interview (only for those chosen from the first selection stage)
*It is possible to take both the First Semester and the Second Semester Admissions Examination
Ritsumeikan University
 Kinugasa Campus (Kyoto)
 The Kinugasa Campus is located in the Northwestern area of Kyoto, a 1200-year-old city, which is rich in culture and art. Kyoto, representative of Japanese learning and culture, is a center for universities and university students. The Kinugasa Campus is surrounded by such auspicious temples as Kinkakuji, Ryoanji, Ninnaji, and Tojiin, a suitably tranquil setting for research and learning.

More information on Kyoto
The Kinugasa campus consists of five colleges and graduate schools (Law, Social Sciences, International Relations, Policy Science, and Letters). The campus offers a comprehensive curriculum in the humanities and social sciences. The recently established International Institute has also created a new academic division.

 Biwako-Kusatsu Campus (BKC)(Kusatsu, Shiga Pref.)
 Kusatsu City is located in the Shiga Prefecture Northeast of Otsu City, at the Southern most edge of the Omi Valley.  During the Edo Period Kusatsu prospered being located at the crossroads of the great Tokaido and Nakasendo highways. Presently, it is a center for machine technology and is the prefecture’s number one industrial city as well as the foundation for real estate, economy and transit. It is also located south of Lake Biwako.

More information on Kusatsu
The Biwako-Kusatsu Campus is southeast of Lake Biwa. BKC houses the colleges and graduate schools of Economics, Business Administration, and Science and Engineering. BKC also accommodates the Integrated Institute of Arts and Sciences.

 Suzaku Campus (Kyoto)
  Established in September 2006 as a local and global center of knowledge, the campus hosts several diverse and high level professional graduate schools as well as the Ritsumeikan Academy headquarters.

The Graduate School of Law aims to cultivate internationally-minded legal professionals equipped to meet modern requirements. The Graduate School of Management produces management professionals with acute strategic sense and a high level of practical skill. The innovative Graduate School of Public Policy trains capable professionals with the skills that will be indispensable for the changing industrial structure of the 21st century.
 Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (APU) 
 Beppu City, Oita Prefecture. In order to live and learn in an international environment, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University was founded in April, 2000. With approximately half of its students coming from over 50 different countries, APU is a “multicultural community.” APU takes the following as its ethos: “freedom, peace, and humanism,” “international mutual understanding,” and the “creation of the future of the Asia Pacific.”


The Ritsumeikan Trust offers a comprehensive education from primary school through to graduate school, aiming to foster leaders for the globalized, information intensive society of the 21st century. Our nine affiliated schools keep in close contact with our post-secondary institutions, and provide information education and international education programs, including exchange activities with people of different cultures.
   

 

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