Japon (Asie)

Japon

Academic year: April to March.

Admission requirements. Foreign students must have completed 12 years formal school education (or recognized equivalent) for undergraduate studies, 16 years for graduate studies and 18 years for studies in medicine or dentistry. Individual institutions provide orientation courses for incoming foreign students.

Immigration requirements. A visa granting foreign student status must be obtained before entering Japan.

Language proficiency required. Japanese is the language at all levels. Japanese-language courses (1 to 1 1 2 years) are available at the Japanese Language School of the International Students Institute (3-22-7 Kitashinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo) and at the Kansai International Student Institute (2-5-1 Ongimachi, Kita- Ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka). Some private universities offer Japanese-language preparation courses for their own foreign students.

Monetary unit: yen.

Expenses for one academic year. University fees: 300,000 yen to 600,000 yen; laboratory and equipment: 200,000 yen. Up to 80 per cent medical expenses are reimbursed. All full-time students may apply for discount on the national railways. Dormitory facilities may also be available.

Information services.

  • Student Exchange Division, Science and International Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture, 3- 2-2 Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0013.
  • Japanese diplomatic missions abroad (advertisement and preliminary selection of candidates for Japanese Government (Monbucho) Scholarship.
  • Information Center, Association of International Education, Japan (AIEJ), 4-5-29 Komaba, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-0041 (advice and assistance including medical care for foreign students).
  • International Students Institute, 3-22-7 Kitashinjuku, Shinjukuku, Tokyo 169-0074 (advice and Japanese Language preparation course).

Publications.

  • ABC’s of Study in Japan (in English), published by the Association of International Education, Japan.
  • Student Guide to Japan (in English), obtainable from the Association of International Education, Japan.

 

ORGANIGRAMME ETUDE AU JAPON

PROCEDURE

Début de cours Sept /Jan.

  1. DOSSIER
  • Baccalauréat et/ou Relève de Note (Traduit en Anglais)
  • Photocopie CNI du père ou de la mère
  • Passeport, Photo 4*4 (Fond Unique Blanc)
  • Diplôme TEOFL /IELTS (facultatif)
  • Acte de naissance

POUR LE LICENCE : Relève de note N1, N2, N3, (Traduit en Anglais)

  • Relève de note et/ou Diplôme de Baccalauréat)
  • Passeport, Photo 4*4,
  • Photocopie CNI du père

POUR LE MASTER

  • Licence + relève de note N1, N2, N3
  • Attestation de prise en charge signe chez un notaire

Preuve de moyen Financier (Attestation Bancaire et relève de compte Bancaire

  1. Signature du contrat avec GIC International Consulting
  2. Paiement de frais de Procédure
  3. Obtention D’admission 
  4. DEMAND DE VISA
  5. Obtention de Visa
  6. Paiement d’honoraire
  7. VOYAGE POUR JAPON
  8. Paiement frais Scolarité et logement
  9. Début des cours

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