Kyushu University is one of the top universities in Japan, as well as being one of the oldest, with the 100th anniversary of the School of Agriculture in 2019.
At the Kyushu University you will learn natural sciences (mathematics, chemistry, biology and physics), which will serve as solid basis for your subsequent studies, social sciences for greater understanding of human global issues, and debate and presentation skills.
Comprehensive in its academic reach, the university has over 13 undergraduate departments, 18 graduate schools, and numerous affiliated research centers.
Each year, Kyushu University receive over 200 employment offers that international students can apply for.
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The English speaking staff in the Center will come to your rescue when you need help with many aspects of your life in Japan such as preparing and submiting documents to publis offices such as the Immigration Bureau, or when you want to rent an apartment.
Kyushu University has dormitories on the Ito Campus as well as around the other campuses, fully furnished with the facilities necessary to make your college life safe, easy, and comfortable.
On Ito and other campuses, you will find restaurants, takeouts, convenience stores, book shops, and banking facilities.
Through KUFSA, you can enjoy excursions, sports and other fun activities.
KUFSA (Kyushu University Foreign Students Association) is an organization that represents all foreign students enrolled at Kyushu University.
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It is a newly established international program so we study in a small class unit which usually made up of 4-9 people. We had a really close relationship with our professors and it is very likely to seek help from professors through methods such as visiting their offices. In the year I enrolled, I remember almost everybody received a decent amount of scholarship which...
Great to be in one of the best Universities in Japan with a group of talented International students to follow a degree in Civil Engineering in English medium.
They've just built a new campus so the facilities are all brand new, and the whole student environment is excellent. Fukuoka as a city to live in is simply perfect! The campus is not so close to the town centre anymore (since they moved) but it is still possible to live half way between the two and still live fairly central! I absolutely loved my experience at Kyushu...