From the examination to the admission

Japan University Examination(JPUE)selects the students most suitable to admission policy of the specific university based on the results of“written test and skill test” and “interview test”. After the qualification of the university, the “Pre-admission” will be given to the selected. The “Pre-admission” will be given to each students. It include the announcement of the entrance fee, the information of the conditions for free tuition fee, scholarship, dormitory and support services, as well as the interview requirement and the points requirements for other tests.
Additionally, if the university require the students to take the “Preparatory courses”, the students is required to take it before the official admission.
Finally, the announcement of admission will be given when the students clear all those requirements provided, and made the sufficient procedure for admission, and certify the final examination.

Confirmation of Application Qualification

We will help you to confirmation if your age, nationality, degree satisfy the application requirements. If you willing to confirm it by us, please fill the required form. It will take 2 weeks to reveal the results.

1)JPUEConfirmation of Application Qualification

Students who meet the following requirements are eligible to apply for JPUE.

(1) Owners other than Japanese.
(2) According to Japan's Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act, students who are expected to obtain certificate of eligibility without prejudice to their college entrance.

※The application qualification may vary with universities. Please confirm the details in the admission brochures of universities.

2)College application qualification

When applying for university through JPUE, there are the following items need to be met (1) (2) or (3) (1) or (2) (3).
(1) Possess nationality other than Japanese nationality.
(2) According to Japan's Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act, students who are expected to obtain certificate of eligibility without prejudice to their college entrance.
(3)-1 Students who are expected to complete 12 years of education (including certificates of vocational and technical and other academic qualifications) by 31 March 2022 and who are eligible for university admission or equivalent qualifications must be over 18 years of age by 31 March 2022.
(3)-2 Students who have completed at least 12 years of school education or have higher academic ability or examination (international diploma preparatory course, Abitur, BAC and other accreditation. By March 31, 2022, they will have reached the age of 18.
(3)-3 Students who fail to graduate from high school for reasons of dropping out of school, but pass the exams equivalent to the Japanese high school diploma certification examination, and by March 31, 2022, they will have reached the age of 18.

※The application qualification may vary with universities. Please confirm the details in the admission brochures of universities.

For students in the Philippines

Philippines
Under the following circumstances, the requirements of item (3) below are also met
(3) - a The total of high school education and university education is more than 12 years.
(3) - b Students have been studying in a university in the Philippines in combination with high school education and has a study calendar of 12 years or more.

Under the following circumstances, the applicant is not qualified.
  • The education background is less than 11 years, and is currently studying in the new KTO12 later course or universities.
  • Students who have less than 11 years of education and are currently studying in new KTO12 later courses or universities, their 12-year calendar will not be completed before March 31, 2021.
※The application qualification may vary with region and university. Please confirm the details in the application items of each university.

For students in the Malaysia

Malaysia
In the following circumstances, the requirements of item (3) are also met.

(3)-a Students who are expected to complete 11-year education by December 31, 2019 have SPM qualifications or equivalent. Or are preparing SPM and are expected to be 18 years old by March 31, 2021.

3)Enrollment in September

Only in the first term, universities admitted in September 2020 will also participate.
In principle, if you want to apply for admission in September 2020, the following requirements must be met in principle: or or .

(1) Possess nationality other than Japanese nationality.
(2) According to Japan's Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act, students who are expected to obtain certificate of eligibility without prejudice to their college entrance.
(3)-1 Students who are expected to complete 12 years of education by August 31, 2020 and are eligible for university admission or equivalent qualifications must be 18 years of age by August 31, 2020.
(3)-2 Students who have completed at least 12 years of school education or have higher academic ability or examination (international diploma preparatory course, Abitur, BAC and other accreditations. By August 31, 2020, they will reach the age of 18.
(3)-3 Students who have passed the exam equivalent to the Japanese high school diploma certification examination, and has reached the age of 18 by August 31, 2020.
※The application qualification may vary with universities. Please confirm the details in the admission brochures of universities.

4)Matters needing attentions

  • The JUPE does not accept transferred students or college students.
  • Students in the second year of high school may be selected as candidates for admission in April 2023 by some universities although they do not meet the requirements for admission in April 2022.

5)Application Qualifications(Contact)

If you have any questions for the following items or application qualifications, please contact us by using the “Pre-qualification Form” on the application website.
1) If you already have residential identity in Japan.
2) Have received primary and secondary education in Education institutions in Japan.
3) Have received primary and secondary education in Japanese educational institutions abroad.
4) The total duration of primary and secondary education is less than 12 years.
5) Have dual nationality, including Japanese nationality

JPUE Application

Students can apply for JUPE online on the application page of the official website.
After registering with your mobile phone or email, the system will automatically send a verification message.
Application officially starts after the verification is passed.
The items to be filled in at the time of application: (1) Fill in the basic information','(2) Fill in examination-related information, (3) Fill in relevant information'.

(1) “Fill in the basic information" is mainly about the basic information of applicants, such as name, address, contact information, etc.

(2) “Fill in exam-related information” is mainly about the expectations before and after entering university, selecting the knowledge system and examination content (foreign language subjects, cultural subjects and skill tests, etc.) that you want to study.
After that, carry out "examination fee payment". Payment methods include paid by credit cards and so on. Payment methods vary with different regions. Please operate according to the rules on the application website.
Finally, (3) Fill in the relevant information" is to collect the applicants' academic background, whether they have been to Japan before, and upload their photos and external examination results (English, Japanese, unified entrance examination results of universities in various countries and regions, etc.). These results will be used to evaluate the results of examinations in universities. Please upload them actively.

(1) Fill in the basic information

Please complete the following basic information according to the instructions shown on the screen.

Examination venue, name, date of birth, age, year of high school graduation, gender, current address (region only), contact information of guardian, mobile phone number, e-mail, instant messenger (IM)

(2) Fill in examination-related information

Regarding the selection of examination contents, there are three choices. A) Select the language of examination, B) Select the subjects of examination (basic subjects/additional subjects), C) Select the learning system (from 18 categories and 66 fields).

A) Select the language of examination

Select the language of the written test ("English" or "Chinese").

B) Fill in the subjects of examination

Select the exam subjects you want. Examination subjects are divided into "basic subjects" (① to ④) and "additional subjects" (⑤,⑥).
The "examination subjects" selected here will affect the "learning system" that needs to be selected later. If the subjects selected are different from those required in the desired category areas, you may not be able to normally select the desired category fields.
(Ⅰ) Basic subjects
Please select the following four subjects.

(1) Select a foreign language test: Japanese or English.
(2) Select mathematics exam: basic mathematics or science mathematics.
(3) Select science examination 1: Physics/Chemistry/Biology/None (No science examination)
(4) Select Science Examination 2: Physics/Chemistry/Biology/None (No science examination)
(Ⅱ) Additional subjects
For students wishing to take additional subject tests, please select.
Students who wish to apply for the national universities, are required to accept the "advanced mathematics and advanced science" examination. Students who wish to apply for art universities, are required to accept the "sketch (pencil) test".
If students take the additional subjects examination, the written tests will take two days, so please make your choice after adjusting your schedule.

⑤ Advanced (Mathematics/Science) courses are selected from Basic Subjects.
If you select physics in ③Science 1 and chemistry in ④science 2, you need to take the examinations of Advanced Mathematics, Advanced Physics and Advanced Chemistry in Advanced Subjects. If (4) you select "none" in ④Science 2, for Advanced Science subjects, you only need to take the examination of subjects in ③ Science 1.
⑥ Sketch (Pencil) test
Check the basic descriptive ability of applicant.
Matters needing attentions
  • If you want to select the subjects No. 14-18, you must take the "Science Mathematics" and "Science 1, 2".
  • If you want to select the subject No. 8, you must take the "Sketch (Pencil) Test".
  • If you want to apply for a national university, you must take the "Advanced (Mathematics/Science)" examination.
  • If you take the tests of ⑤"Advanced (Mathematics/Science)" and ⑥"Sketch Test", they will be conducted separately in two days.
  • There will be designated test subjects according to different universities. Please be sure to confirm the information of university applied for on the application website.

C)  Select learning system

Applicants can select up to three optional learning systems, starting with the first choice. The learning system may cannot be selected due to the selection of certain subjects to be tested.

(3) Fill in relevant information

This part covers the filling of "additional personal information" and "upload of external examination results".
To enter the page of "(3) fill in relevant information", you need to complete "(1) fill in basic information" and "(2) select examination content" and pay the examination fee. Please complete the required steps in sequence.
The information filled in the "(1) Fill in basic information" can be modified by clicking the "Registration information confirmation and modification" button in the current screen.

A) Pay examination fees(Required)

PHP4500
Payment method
・Online payment
Please complete online payment with credit cards or PayPal as requested.
Designated bank account
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馬来西亜 / Malayan Banking Berhad KL Sentral Branch / WISE JAPAN EDUCATION SDN.BHD. / 口座番号 :514712412279
Vietnam / Vietcombank Hanoi branch / Công ty TNHH Giáo dục và Đào tạo Quốc tế Đại Tây Dương / Account number: 0021002184951
Matters needing attentions
  • Examination fees paid will not be refunded.
  • If the examination fee is not paid within the prescribed time limit, the basic information already filled in may be cleared.
  • If you hold a coupon, please enter the coupon code and complete the operation.

B) Fill in relevant information(Required)

After completing the "Fill in Basic Information (7-2)", you can log in to the detailed information filling. After login, please fill in and upload the required information for the examination.
(Ⅰ) Educational background, year of graduation
Names and addresses of primary school, middle school and high school respectively, admission date, graduation date and length of schooling
(Ⅱ) Experience in Japan
Experience in Japan, Purpose, Type of Visa, Entry Day, Exit Day
(Ⅲ) Japanese nationality
Please fill in your family registry address, whether you have Japanese Nationality or not.
(Ⅳ) Upload personal photo
Photos are used for admission card for entrance examination.
It is used to confirm whether you are the individual in person on the exam day. Please upload it in accordance with the following regulations.
Photo requirements
Please prepare photo data according to the following requirements.
  • Size: 560 pixels long x 420 pixels wide (file size less than 1MB)
  • Shooting within 6 months
  • No Borders
  • Applicant's photo which can clearly distinguish the front face (no shadows on the face)
  • Only the applicant himself is shown in the photo.
  • Upper body, no crown, whole head included.
  • There is nothing behind the character, and the background can be pure white or other monochrome (light color).
*The photo will be printed on the admission card.
*The use of photographs other than those specified above may result in disqualification.
(Ⅴ) Upload works (Arbitrary)
Students who apply for the art department may need to upload their works in advance.
Pictures are only related (video data is not allowed) data form: PDF only, A4/1 file. Any number of pages. The capacity limit is 3MB.

*Documents in the form of JPEG are not accepted.
*We are unable to submit data different from the above specifications.
(Ⅵ) Fill in reasons for universities
Please be sure to fill in the items specified below. In order to avoid mismatches in actual interview, please answer as carefully as possible.
Applicants of departments other than art departments (Departments number: 1-7, 9-16)
Please complete the application form by fully incorporating the following items.
  • Opportunities for studying in Japan
  • Knowledge you want to learn in Japan
  • Things to be challenged at Japanese universities
  • Post-graduation dreams and post-graduation career in Japan
  • Dreams to be realized in the future
Applicants of art departments (Departments number: 8)
Please fill in the application reasons in the following two themes.

Theme 1: What do you want to learn in the field of art? Theme 2: What do you want to do in the field of art in the future?

C) External examination-related (Option)

The following (Ⅶ) to (Ⅻ) external examination results are submitted according to individual circumstances. They will be used for the evaluation results of universities, and may affect tuition remission, scholarship award, etc. Please upload them actively.
(Ⅶ) EJU
If you have participated in the Examination For Japanese University Admission (EJU) organized by JASSO, please upload the scanned transcript.
(Ⅷ) Japanese proficiency test transcript
Please upload the scanned transcripts of tests (JLCAT,JLPT,JTEST,NAT,BJT,JCAT, etc.) that can prove your Japanese proficiency.
(Ⅸ) English proficiency test transcripts
Please upload scanned transcripts of tests (TOEFL,TOEIC,IELTS, etc.) that can prove your English proficiency.
(Ⅹ) Transcripts of entrance examinations for overseas universities, etc.
Please upload the scanned transcripts of the common tests (SAT, ACT, IB, etc.) taken for European and American college entrance examinations.
(Ⅺ) Domestic examination transcripts, etc.
Please upload the scanned copy of the common examination transcript of your university entrance examinations.
(Ⅻ) Senior high school graduation examination report
Please upload the scanned transcript of the graduation examination of your high school.
Sealed transcripts should not be unpacked and sent directly to the local office.

Written Test

JPUE held written test and skill test at each area at the same time. The applicants need to arrive at the arranged test room in time and take the test all together. Applicants can choose the language of the test from native language, English and Japanese. It is not necessary to understand Japanese for the test.
From this year, we added the drawing skill tests for art school applicants.

(1) Summary of written tests

The written test consists of two parts: basic subjects and additional subjects. The latter is divided into two parts: the "advanced subjects" examination which is required to apply for national universities and the skills examination which is required to apply for art departments. The written test lasts for two days. The first day is for basic subjects, and the next day is for additional subjects. Candidates who do not choose additional subjects only need to take the first day examination.
The written test is held in the designated examination room, and all candidates will gather in the examination room to take the written test. The subjects to be taken by the candidates on the written test day are determined by the subjects they selected when they register. In principle, the written test subjects cannot be changed on the written test day.

(2) Sign-in on the day of written test

The written test starts at 9:00 a.m. on that day. Please sign in between 8:00 and 8:30 a.m. According to the regional conditions, the examination schedule may be adjusted. If this happens, the examination bureau will contact the candidates directly to inform. Candidates who are more than 30 minutes late for each subject will be disqualified for that subject. In addition, in the event of natural disasters and other situations where the Bureau cannot contact the candidates, please follow the warning and response benchmarks issued by the local government.

(3) Written test and skill tests

Candidates will be notified in advance of each examination venue.

(4) Articles required for the day of "written test and skill test"

Please bring the following items to the examination room on the day of the examination.

(1)Admission card (Please print the electronic version of the admission card and bring it to the examination site.)
(2)Identity card
(3)Written test appliances
(4)Calculator (Please check here for the types can be used during the test..)
(5)Lunch (Depending on the test venue, there may be no stores nearby.)
(6)Drawing tools (only for those who take the sketch test. (Knives, pencils, erasers)

※The drawing board (B3) for the sketch test will be distributed on that day.

(5) Time arrangement of the day of written test

A) 1st day of written test/basic subject exam

1st test
① Foreign language examination "Japanese" or "English"
90-minute Compulsory subjects 9:00-10:30
2nd test
② Mathematics examination "Basic Mathematics" or "Science Mathematics"
90-minute Compulsory subjects 10:50-12:20.
3rd test
③ Science examination 1 "Physics", "Chemistry", "Biology"
60-minutes Optional subjects 13:00-14:00

B) 2nd day of written test/additional subject examination

(Ⅰ) Candidates applying for national universities
1st test
⑤-1 Advanced Mathematics examination
90-minute 9:00-10:30
2nd test
⑤-2 Advanced Science examination "Physics", "Chemistry", "Biology"
60-minute 10:50-11:50
※➄-2/ When taking two science examinations, the examination time is 120 minutes.
(Ⅱ) Candidates applying for art universities
1st test
⑥ Sketch (Pencil) test"
120-minutes 14:00-16:00

(6) Range of questions in written test

The range of questions in written test and previous exam papers can be viewed or downloaded on this website. In addition, the additional subjects and skills examination are new examination items to be which implemented since the 1st term in 2021. The scoring criteria for the skill tests can be viewed from the range of questions in the above websites, but there are no previous exam papers. (Currently, September 20, 2019)

(7) On the use of calculators in written test

According to the provisions of the senior high school syllabus in the JPUE implementation area, calculators can be used in written tests in some areas. The type of calculator that can be used in written test follows the regulations of the entrance examination of universities in different regions, and is limited to the type allowed in the entrance examination of universities in different regions. For details, please refer to the following regional calculator usage specifications.
In addition, if you use a calculator model beyond the permitted range or use a modified calculator in a written test, you will lose the qualification for the examination.

Except English subjects, it is allowed to use "calculators with only four arithmetic functions" for examinations.

(8) Exemption for re-taking "written test and skill test"

If you want to re-take exam, you can use the previous written test results for the interview.
However, the written test results that can be used are only applicable to the same year's examination.
Upon approval, the applicant will be exempted from the written test after contacting the secretariat at the time of application.
Even if you are exempt from the written test, the application fee will not change.

Interview test

Inerview test follow the same rule as written test and skill test. Applicants need to arrive at the arranged room in time. It is possible the proffesors will come to the country for interview, or interview online. Applicants can choose the language from native language, English and Japanese for translation. It is not nessesory to understand Japanese for the interview test.

(1) Interview

Interviews are conducted in accordance with the results of the selection of qualified candidates conducted in advance by universities. The selection of qualified candidates will refer comprehensively to the "Desired department", "Letter of Application Reasons", "External examination results" and written test results that candidates fill in when they register.
If the desired universities and departments are clear, it will be very important to show strong desire in the written letter of application reasons and the uploaded external examination results.
The interview schedules vary from region to region, and faculty members of participating universities will go to the region or conduct direct interviews with the candidates selected from the above-mentioned candidates via video.

The interview time for each candidate is about 20 minutes. You can be interviewed in Japanese, English or using your mother tongue through translators. (※The use of language may be restricted according to the local conditions)
The interview arrangement will be made on the morning of that day in order to maximize the interview efficiency of participating universities and according to the attendance of candidates on that day. All candidates must be present at the meeting time on the morning of the interview day.

(2) Sign in on the interview day

The interview starts at 9:20 a.m. Please sign in between 8:00 and 8:30 a.m. As mentioned above, the interview schedule will be made on the morning of the same day according to the attendance of the candidates. If the candidates are late, the number of candidates who are interviewed will be greatly reduced. Therefore, the candidates who are late on the interview day will be disqualified in principle. According to the local conditions, the examination schedule may be adjusted. If this happens, the Examination Bureau will contact the candidates directly. In addition, in the event of natural disasters and other situations where the Bureau cannot contact the candidates, please follow the warning and response benchmarks issued by the local government.

(3) "Interview" examination venue

The examination venues in different regions will be notified in advance. Please note that there may be differences between the written test venue and the practical skill test venue.

(4) Items required on the "interview" day

Please bring the following items to the examination venue on the day of the examination.
① Admission card (Please print the electronic version of the admission card and bring it to the examination venue.)
② Identity card
③ Written test appliances
④ Lunch (Depending on the test venue, there may be no stores nearby.)
⑤ Collection of paintings (only for students who choose art categories. Optional.)
※Because candidates will directly meet with the university teachers on the interview day, so please pay attention to the dress. For more details,

(5) Time arrangement of the day for "Interview"

〇Morning
1st test 9:20-9:40/ 2nd exam 9:45-10:05/3rd test 10:10-10:30/4th test 10:35-10:55/ 5th test 11:00-11:20/6th test 11:25-11:45/7th test11:50-12:10/8th test 12:15-12:35

〇Afternoon
9th test 13:20-13:40/10th test13:45-14:05/11th test 14:10-14:30/12th test 14:35-14:55/13th test 15:00-15:20/14th test 15:25-15:45/15th test 15:50-16:10/16th test 15:15-16:35/17th test 16:40-17:00
※A test seat for a university, and up to 17 students can be interviewed a day.
The interviewees for each university are decided by the university teachers. Interviewers other than this cannot be arranged.

(6) Use of Language

Interviews can be conducted in Japanese, English or mother tongue (with translators).

Pre-admission Notice

After the written test, interview, based on the content of registration and examination results, participating universities will give "pre-admission" notification to candidates who meet their self-admission criteria.
These "pre-admissions" will be posted online or at designated venues on the dates indicated in the examination schedules.
In addition, the "pre-admission" is divided into four types of "OFFER". The eligibility conditions, tuition remission and scholarship and other treatment offered by each kind of "offer" are different, please note.
At the same time, these "pre-admissions" are internal decisions of each university. If candidates contact with the Examination Committee by phone or email to inquire about relevant matters, the Examination Committee can not answer any questions.

(1) Types of "Pre-admission"

"Pre-admission" is a qualification notice that comprehensive evaluates the candidates' current academic qualifications and themselves, including university admission funds, tuition fees, scholarships and other admission conditions.
As a prerequisite for this qualification to be translated into final admission, candidates need to master Advanced Japanese language ability. Some "pre-admission" requires candidates only to master Advanced Japanese ability to be admitted, while other "pre-admissions" require candidates to achieve certain results in some external examinations in addition to their Japanese ability. There are differences among all kinds of "pre-admissions".

A) Unconditional OFFER

The university has judged that the student's academic ability and comprehensive quality are in line with requirements of the university. As long as you complete the preparatory courses, and then obtain a score equivalent to JLPT N2 or above, you can enter the school.
Only one such OFFER can be selected.

B) Conditional OFFER with interview

As long as you complete the preparatory courses, then obtain a score equivalent to JLPT N2 or above, and confirm the learning status of Japanese at the final interview, you are admitted after passing the examination. In addition, when there are subjects taught in English, students will be required to submit their English scores or conduct an interview in English.

C) Conditional OFFER

The university has judged that the student's academic ability and comprehensive quality are in line with requirements of the university. As long as you complete the preparatory courses, and then obtain a score equivalent to JLPT N2 or above, and take other appointed interviews and written tests, finally you will be admitted or not according to this.
You can select two such OFFERs at the same time.

D) JPUE conditional OFFER

Although the university does not give a pre-admission, there would be a higher pass rate if the students applied, so the Examination Committee judges that the possibility of qualifying after the students submitted for the examination would be very high, and issues a qualified notice to the students. As long as you complete the preparatory courses, then get a score equal to JLPT N2 or above, and participate in other appointed interviews and written tests, finally you will be admitted or not according to this.
When choosing such OFFER, you can choose two at the same time.

(2) Grant of Pre-admission

  • A university may grant a number of "pre-admissions" to different departments and under different conditions.
  • Some universities may offer different kinds of "pre-admissions" as mentioned above.
  • The "pre-admission" obtained through JPUE is only applicable to examinations within the scope of JPUE. It is not suitable for other colleges’ entrance examinations.

Pre-admission Winners Meeting

Each region will set up a "guardian's instruction meeting" for guardians of students who have received "pre-admission", and a "University guidance meeting” for students and their guardians to attend at the same time.
For those guardians who still have doubts about studying in Japan, the advantages of studying in Japan are analyzed in a relatively easy-to-understand way, and the "pre-admission" universities that students have obtained, and the requirements for admission, scholarship system, tuition remission system and dormitory system are introduced in detail.

Preparatory Courses

"Preparatory courses" refers to the preparatory courses that students who have obtained “pre-admission” in the JPUE shall take before studying in Japan.
This course starts from basic courses, and uses task-based teaching method. Through the rhythm of 90 minutes for each class of four classes a day, in this independently developed tutorial, students conquer small goals one after another and master proficient oral conversation skills unconsciously. Students who are full of Chinese characters can reach the level of Advanced Japanese in a total of 360 class hours in half a year, while those who are not full of Chinese characters can reach the level of Advanced Japanese in a year of 720 class hours.
Through studying this course, students can finally acquire the Advanced Japanese ability to listen to the teachers normally in Japanese universities, which is equivalent to four skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing in Japanese proficiency test N2 and above.

The course also includes tutorial classes for the final interview. It is developed to integrate Japanese politics, geography, history and other basic knowledge about Japan, as well as conversation skills and manners that should be paid attention to when interviewing with university teachers, so that every student can obtain the final qualification.

University Enrollment / Final Interview

Students obtaining “Pre-admission” need to take “Preparatory Courses” within six months, so as to acquire their Advanced Japanese ability, then submit their application to the desired school and attend the final interview.

As mentioned above, Pre-admissions are divided into the following four categories.
(1)Unconditional OFFER
(2) Conditional OFFER with interview
(3) Conditional OFFER
(4) JPUE conditional OFFER

The types of Pre-admission that need final interview are (2) and (3) and (4) above.
When obtaining pre-admission for Category 3, you may be asked professional-related questions in the final interview, or you may need to submit additional test scores as supplementary materials in addition to Japanese learning. Such kind of pre-admission is slightly more difficult than other types. Please be careful when choosing.

Admission / Visa Application

After the final interview, the university will conduct the final review. The results are usually notified within a few days. At the same time of notifying the results, the examination committee will hand over the formal "Admission Notice" to the students themselves. Students who receive the "Admission Notice" shall start the admission formalities and pay the admission fees and tuition fees in time. The fees usually need to be remitted to a bank account designated by the university. The "Certificate of Admission" will be given after the university confirms the receipt. Once you have the "Certificate of Admission", you can submit the "application for delivery of certificate of eligibility" to the immigration department of the country of entry and exit in Japan.
Under normal circumstances, it is necessary to submit such written materials as "High School Graduation Certificate", "High School Achievement Certificate", "Household Registration Book", "Funds Payment Certificate", "Deposit Certificate of Funds Payer" and "Income Certificate of Funds Payer". After confirming that all the required items in the application form have been filled out, the application shall be submitted to the eligibility department of the country of entry and exit. The result shall be issued about 2 months later and the "certificate of eligibility" shall be received. Take the "certificate of eligibility" to the local Japanese embassy or consulate to apply for the "Student Visa". Generally, you can obtain the formal visa within a few weeks, and then start preparing for the final departure date.

Go to Japan / College Entrance

The departure ceremonies are held for the students who obtained the final qualification to study abroad in JPUE. This is a special event for classmates and falculties who have spent a hard time together, celebrate the upcoming new step on this special day. As we are about to cross the ocean, we provide useful information within our capacities for the new life that is about to begin.

After obtaining the "student visa", we should start to prepare for going to Japan. At the same time, it is necessary to determine the exact date of going to Japan and proceed to book air tickets. Then, after confirming the university's location, we can explore the surrounding environment and find suitable accommodation. Some universities offer dormitories, but students can rent apartments themselves. If you rent your own house, it is generally recommended that you come to Japan to confirm the house type before signing the contract. However, in most cases, foreign students will need a guarantor to rent the house. If there is no guarantor, you need to use a guarantor company. In addition, after going to Japan, universities normally offers suggestions regarding airport pickup, resident registration, bank account opening, mobile phone signing and so on, but for some large comprehensive universities, it may not be able to take care of every student. If this is the case, please contact the regional operations bureaus to obtain useful information.