Hiroshima University (Not Available)Higashi-Hiroshima Japan
[*Note: this university can no longer accept additional students*]
Hiroshima University is one of the biggest National Universities in Japan, with an enrollment of about 15,500 students. The university consists of 11 faculties; Integrated Arts and Sciences, Letters, Education, Law, Economics, Science, Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmaceautical Science, Engineering, Applied Biological Science, 11graduate schools, a number of research institutes and other centers.
Hiroshima University has been selected by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) for the “Top Global University Project” as one of Japan’s top 13 universities, providing a world-class research and education (Type A.)
◆UMAP Contact Person
◆Regular Academic Calendar
◆Semester Load in Credits/Units
◆General Timetable and Requirements for Graduation
◆List of Study Programs that are open for International Exchanges
(1) Japanese Language Courses (from elementary to the advanced; there are five levels of Japanese Language courses - Level 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5)
(2) Special Courses: Conducted in English and offered for international exchange students (HUSA Program students),
(3) Integrated Courses: offered in Japanese with English subsidiary materials, Or, offered in English for regular Japanese students,
(4) Other Courses: offered for regular students. Exchange students are eligible to take most of the courses offered for regular students in Japanese.
●Language Proficiency: English OR Japanese is required.
If students’ Japanese proficiencies (writing, reading, listening and making a presentation) are advanced, and they have permission from a lecturer to join their class, then they are allowed to attend the regular classes. These classes are basically not intended for international students and are conducted in Japanese. For the Details of the Language Proficiency Requirements, please see below.
●Hiroshima Univerisity Study Abroad (HUSA) Program:
●HUSA Program Facebook:
●Dr. Naomi Tsunematsu 's Education/Research Homepage (HUSA Program Director) :
◆Exchange- Related Information
●Ikenoue Student Dormitory (Official Website):
Ikenoue Student Dormitory is 10-minute walk distance from the campus. HUSA Program has a priority to have some rooms for HUSA Students in Ikenoue Student dormitory. However, it is not guaranteed to allocate the rooms to all HUSA students.
Hiroshima University Co-op will assist students in finding ""off-campus"" housing. Please refer to the following website:
●Leased Accommodation by University:
Students can choose to live in off-campus housing. However, the program would recommend to live in the dormitory especially in the adjustment period of their study here.
Application Submission Deadline: 20 March 2018