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3F ACROS Fukuoka 1-1-1 Tenjin,
Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka,
Fukuoka International Student
(inside Kokusai Hiroba)
Opening hours 10:00-19:00
Open every day except between Dec 29 - Jan 3
Kyushu University was founded in 1911 as Kyushu Imperial University – the fourth imperial university in Japan. In 2011, it celebrated the 100th anniversary of its founding. At present, the university consists of various educational and research facilities, including 11 schools, 18 graduate schools, 17 graduate faculties, 5 research institutes, a hospital and a library. Some 19,000 students and 7,700 faculty staff enjoy world class tuition, research and medical practices. Kyushu University's tuition and research continue to become more global, being selected as one of the 13 universities nationwide to participate in MEXT's "Global 30" initiative, which began in 2009. In addition, the International Institute for Carbon-Neutral Energy Research (I2CNER) was started in 2010 as part of the government-supported World Premier Institute Research Center Initiative (WPI).
Approaching the 90th anniversary of its establishment, Fukuoka Women's University is comprised of 1 faculty with 3 departments focusing on internationalization and education, in order to nurture individuals with a global perspective and knowledge for the future. The new International College of Arts and Sciences, with its 3 departments focusing on "internationalization", "environment" and "food and health", aims to create a more global campus that provides practical education through broad and independent study. Japanese and international students live together in the on-campus dormitory, International Student Friendship House Nadeshiko, and comprehensive Japanese courses are available. Through sister universities overseas, FWU offers unique education with comprehensive, hands-on learning at home and abroad, in order to nurture the next generation of female leaders.
Seinan Gakuin University will celebrate the 100th anniversary of its establishment in 2016. Home to 7 departments with 13 divisions, Seinan is a multi-discipline liberal arts university and a symbol of west Japan. Approximately 8000 students, including some 70 international students, study in the ideal surroundings of Nishijin in Fukuoka City. In order to enroll as an undergraduate, foreigners are required to pass an Entrance Exam for International Students as well as achieve a required score on the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (in Japanese). Special courses are available to half- or full-year exchange students and privately-funded students, including Japanese language and culture, politics, economics and management. Excluding Japanese language classes, courses are offered in English, so a certain level of proficiency is required.
|For more information, send enquiries to the Undergraduate Program at email@example.com or call +81-92-823-3366.
For special courses, send enquiries to the International Student Division at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +81-92-823-3346.
Consultation is available in Japanese and English.
|Website||Undergraduate Program Website:http://www.seinan-gu.ac.jp/eng/
Special Courses Website:http://www.seinan-gu.ac.jp/eng/
Kyushu Sangyo is a multi-discipline university, containing 20 departments in 8 faculties. The collective power of departments covering humanities, science and the arts serves as the driving force in fulfilling our founding ideal – unifying industry and academia. The concept behind this ideal is industry and university acting as one, like the wheels of a car, to drive change that meets the needs of society. Kyushu Sangyo University goes beyond the boundaries of its faculties and departments, allowing students to broaden collaborations with businesses, government and residents while continuing to develop new projects as part of KSU's project-based education. Some 500 international students are supported in their everyday life by the Center for International Affairs, as well as academic and support staff.
Kurume University produces globally-minded, practical individuals who have a deep sense of humanity and can contribute to the local community. Kurume University is also engaged in dealing with the challenges related to an aging society and the environmental problems which are common throughout East Asia today. The Kurume University Beijing Education Exchange Center has been established in China as a base that assists in international exchange through academic partnerships and the activities of international students who return home. Japanese language education can be studied as a minor at Kurume University, or as a major at the Comparative Literature and Culture department in the graduate school. Each student receives complete support as part of an education system that ensures small class sizes. Also, as a special course for international students, tuition is provided to help students develop the required Japanese language proficiency needed for undergraduate and postgraduate study.
|For more information,send enquiries to email@example.com
Contact the International Student Exchange Center at firstname.lastname@example.org
Consultation is available in Japanese and English.
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The Kyushu Institute of Technology is a technical university with over 100 years of history and tradition since its foundation. It consists of the School of Engineering; Graduate School of Engineering; School of Computer Science and Systems Engineering; Graduate School of Computer Science and Systems Engineering; and the Graduate School of Life Sciences and System Engineering. The Kyushu Institute of Technology is full of life due to its active participation in various research projects and competitions, including the Japan International Birdman Competition, the Student Formula SAE Competition of Japan, the Robot Contest, and the Rocket Launch Championships. With substantial support for finding employment, graduates are held in high regard as excellent engineers with an employment rate of almost 100%. Some 60% of graduates also continue on to postgraduate school. International students can make use of Kyutech International House, as well as enjoy a fulfilling campus life, including sports, study and international student group activities.
The University of KitaKyushu is a public university with over 67 years of tradition. It consists of 5 faculties covering humanities, sociology, science and engineering, along with 4 graduate schools. At present, there are over 6,500 students at the Kitagata and Hibikino campuses. Under an education philosophy of nurturing generation-leading students and knowledge rooted in the local area, the University of KitaKyushu aims to develop local industry, culture and society that contributes to growth not only in Asia, but also the wider international community.
Fukuoka University is one of western Japan's leading multidisciplinary universities, steeped in 79 years of history and tradition. Fukuoka University is a hub in the local area thanks to its expansive campus containing a large number of college facilities (including a hospital) for over 20,000 students in the south-west of Fukuoka City - the gateway to Asia. Based on the university's founding spirit and a philosophy of study and research, Fukuoka University's all-round education has produced gifted students who support local and international societies, and has helped over 240,000 graduates form a network of contacts with people from all corners of society. For international students, Fukuoka University works together with the Center for International Programs, Student Affairs Department, Graduate School Administration Office, and the Career Center to provide support to international students from all faculties.
Fukuoka Institute of Technology's education, carefully founded on the philosophy "for all students", produces individuals in the fields of IT, environmental studies and manufacturing who contribute to society with rich creativity and humanity. Aiming to be Kyushu's top education center, the Fukuoka Institute of Technology constantly reinvents and improves the education and support offered to students. This approach has received high praise from high schools and industry, resulting in the university being named the number one private university in Kyushu (Univ Press), labeled as "a university that cares" and "takes efforts to find employment for graduates". Graduates from the university achieved an employment rate of 96.4% in March, 2013. The Fukuoka Institute of Technology's eco campus is a source of pride for the university, is located in a quiet residential area abundant in water, greenery and light, and accessible via Fukkōdaimae Station, just 14 minutes by express train from Hakata Station on the Kagoshima Line.
Kindai University has 13 schools with 48 faculties on 6 campuses across western Japan that are home to some 30,000 students. Through the economies of scale and excellent practical education that are characteristic of a leading Japanese university, Kindai University supports the dreams of each individual student. With 5 departments covering Biological and Environmental Chemistry; Electrical and Communications Engineering; Architecture and Design; Information and Computer Sciences; and Management and Business, the Fukuoka Campus integrates humanities and sciences. The university's nature-rich campuses are complete with state-of-the-art facilities. Iizuka City, where the campus is located, offers low-cost living and a comfortable lifestyle, while also boasting convenient access to Fukuoka City and Kitakyushu. Thanks to small class sizes and the unique support found at the Faculty of Humanity-oriented Science and Engineering, students receive meticulous assistance throughout their 4 years of study, from enrolment to graduation and employment.
Fukuoka Jo Gakuin University places great importance on bonds. These bonds bring Jesus Christ, teaching staff, students, graduates, society and the future together. The bond with Jesus Christ is faith; the bond within the university is love; while the bond with society and the future is hope. All teachers and staff are fully focused on each and every student. This is the approach of Fukuoka Jo Gakuin University. Roughly 3,700 students from kindergarten to graduate level spend time together on the same campus in Osa, Minami-ku, Fukuoka City.
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