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Visiting (Exchange) Students

Tokyo University of Agriculture has more than 40 partner universities worldwide and accepts overseas students based on terms of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with their Home Institutions.


Tokyo University of Agriculture has more than 40 partner universities worldwide and receives overseas students based on Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).

Partner universities

The program enables visiting (exchange) graduate & undergraduate students to, belonging to a laboratory, register regular courses, and earn credits at any department for a period of one (1) or two (2) semesters (one year). Visiting (Exchange) students will be responsible for their flight ticket to Japan, accommodation and living expenses in Japan.

Students from non-partner universities can be accepted under certain conditions. For more details, please refer to the “Guidelines” (PDF) below.

外国人研究生 International Research Students

●制度について Overview

本学大学院博士前期課程あるいは博士後期課程入学希望者のための本学における研究活動及び大学院進学準備期間です。

Application for admission as an International Research Students is only open to those who plan to apply for a master’s or doctoral program of Tokyo NODAI after the research student period.

●申請の流れ Application Procedures

興味のある研究室及び研究内容を行っている指導予定教員にご連絡ください。指導予定教員のメールアドレスは以下のURLからご確認ください。

https://www.nodai.ac.jp/nodaigs/admission/application/

Please find a laboratory and research topic of your interest from our website and contact a prospective supervisor whose e-mail address can be found on the following page.

https://www.nodai.ac.jp/english/admissions/graduate/

指導予定教員と相談のうえ、外国人研究生申請書類一式を作成してください。また、指導教員から作成された推薦書をPDFファイル等電子データで受け取ってください。

Upon consulting with a prospective supervisor, please receive a soft-copy (e.g. PDF) of your recommendation letter and complete your application documents.

●受入要項・申請書類 Application Guidelines/Application Forms

Scholarship

●第一種/第二種/第三種/学びて後足らざるを知る奨学金(日本人および外国人留学生の大学院生対象) Category 1 scholarship/ Category 2 scholarship/ Category 3 scholarship/”Find Ignorance After Learning” Scholarship (For Doctoral Program Students)

Grant Type Scholarship Opportunities at NODAI

●外国人留学生奨学金(私費外国人留学生対象) Scholarship for International Private-Expense Students

区分 Category 支援内容
Details of Scholarship対象者 Target申請方法 How to apply

学部生

Undergraduate

Students

減免

Exemption of tuition fees

年額495,000円を授業料から減免

Reduction 495,000JPY/year from tuition fees

入学後、経済的理由で修学困難な私費外国人留学生
International Private-Expanse Students who have difficulties in continuing to studying due to economic reasons after admission
本人の申請に基づき審査(毎年度)
Screening based on your application documents(Every academic year)

大学院生

Graduate

Students

支給

Scholarship Provision
年額330,000円(月額30,000円×11ヶ月)を奨学金支給
Provision 330,000 JPY/year (30,000JPY×11months)
入学後、経済的理由で修学困難な私費外国人留学生
International Private-Expanse Students who have difficulties in continuing to studying due to economic reasons after admission
本人の申請に基づき審査(毎年度)
Screening based on your application documents(Every academic year)

MEXT scholarship

大使館推薦および大学推薦による国費外国人留学生の募集については、以下の文部科学省ホームページから閲覧・ダウンロードできます。
※日本語で掲載されています。英語やその他言語で閲覧したい場合は、Google Chromeの翻訳機能をご活用ください。

Concerning the Information on the MEXT Scholarship (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan) by Japanese Embassy Recommendation or Universities Recommendation, please see the following website and download application documents.
This information is written in Japanese. If you would like to read in English or other languages, please use the Google Chrome Translation system.

文部科学省ホームページ MEXT

●大使館推薦 The MEXT Scholarship (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan) by Japanese Embassy Recommendation

例年4~5月頃に各在外公館にて募集が開始されます。申請書類の提出期限は在外公館により異なるため、必ず在外公館ホームページ等で確認してください。

本学への受入内諾依頼は、下記問い合わせ先にご連絡ください。その際、希望する指導教授・指導准教授の氏名および専攻をご記載ください。

Recruitment starts in April or May every year at each Japanese embassy abroad. The deadline for submitting application documents depends on an embassy, so be sure to check the website of the embassy. Please contact us to request acceptance for our university. At that time, please inform the name of your prospective supervisor and the major you desire to study.

●大学推薦 The MEXT Scholarship (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan) by the Tokyo University of Agriculture Recommendation

本学で受入可能な対象者は、博士後期課程に入学を希望する者のみとなります。希望者は、上記URLから募集要項を確認し、必要書類をダウンロードして申請書類を作成してください。申請書類一式を用意でき次第、希望する指導教員へデータをご提出ください。なお、希望する指導教員から予め受入の承諾を得る必要があります。

本学指導教授・指導准教授のメールアドレスは本学ホームページ(以下URL)をご参照ください。

Through this program, we only accept students to apply for the doctoral program. If you would like to apply for this program, please refer to the MEXT website to prepare application documents.As soon as you have prepared the application documents, please submit the data to your prospective supervisor. You need to be approved to apply for the program by the prospective supervisor before submitting application documents.

Please see the following URL for the contact information of the prospective supervisor.

Contact Supervisor

募集開始時期

Application start

12月中
During December
募集締切時期
Application deadline
1月末日頃
in the end of January
最終合否結果

Announcement of the result

6月中
in June

●問い合わせ Contact

グローバル連携センター Center for Global Initiativestuacip@nodai.ac.jp

Our special program conducted in English

What is the special program conducted in English?

This program provides an opportunity for both Japanese and international students at Tokyo NODAI, as well as visiting (exchange) students from our global partner universities to learn about food, agriculture and environment in Japan and Asia.
Integrated learning of agriculture, food and environmental issues is expected to guide students into making a greater contribution in solving major problems faced by mankind in the 21st century

What can be learned from this program?

● This is a program built upon an integrated approach to agriculture, food and environment, focusing mostly on Japan and Asia.
● Food problem generally refers to problems of food production, distribution and consumption.
● Food production is achieved through agriculture and food processing industry, thus closely related to natural environment, and agricultural and food processing technologies.
● Distribution of food is determined by political and economic mechanisms, but improved storage and distribution technologies have been widening the scope of marketing.
● Food consumption reflects not only the level of income, but also the culture and customs related to food.
● The increased food production in relation to population growth in recent decades has been a significant achievement of modern agricultural science. However, problems such as environmental destruction and endangered food safety have also emerged.
● The urgent necessity of environmental conservation and safe food supply is now recognized in the world.

Therefore, this program is offered for the study of food and environment in the broader field of agricultural sciences.

Who can enroll?

This is an open program in which all interested students of Tokyo NODAI can enroll, taking into account all dedicated courses.

How much does it cost us?

For Tokyo NODAI regular students and visiting students from global partner universities.

No additional payment is required for enrolling in most of the courses offered in this program. However, as the following four courses involve fieldtrips and experiments, the students are required to pay for their expenses.

●" Environment and Landscape of Japan "
●" Comparative Food Processing Technologies "
●" Environment Conservation in Asia "
●" Field Study of Food and Environment "

Credit system and Examination

● Courses consist of a series of weekly lectures, except for some experiment and fieldtrip courses; Each course carrying two credits.
● Credits earned in this program, up to a maximum of 30 credits, can be counted as part of graduation requirements under the inter-faculty enrollment system, or be transferable to Home Institution for exchange students.
Examinations are conducted during the lecture period. No supplementary examination will be provided.

First Semester

Second Semester

(intensive)

Courses Campus
Farmers and Consumers in Japan
Setagaya

(Intensive)1week in September

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