Study in Japan – Online Sharing by Japanese Universities (Saturday, 2nd October 2021)
|Address||[Tokyo]1-6-1, Nishi-Waseda, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 169-8050
[Singapore] 57 West Coast Road, Singapore 127366
c/o Waseda Shibuya Senior High School in Singapore Pte Ltd
|Tel||International Admissions Office, Admissions Center Waseda University：+81-3-3204-9073
Waseda University Singapore Office：+65-6771-8185
One of the Largest Universities in Japan, Engaged in Education and Research Activities of the Highest Global Standard for Each Academic Field of 13 Undergraduate and 20 Graduate Programs (7 Undergraduate and 13 Graduate Programs have English-based Degree Programs).
About Waseda University
Waseda University is a comprehensive research university based in central Tokyo, with 13 undergraduate and 20 graduate schools. 47,959 students enrolled, including 8,350 International Students). Our university is the second largest university in Japan. Students from Singapore are the 9th largest party at our university.
Currently Waseda University provides 7 English-based undergraduate degree programs, with NO Japanese language skills required for admission procedures. (Figures above are as of AY2019.)
◆English-based Undergraduate Degree Program (2022 September Admission)
– Application period: Jan 7, 2022 ～ Feb 24, 2022
– Application method: Digital submission through online application system.
– Screening method: (1) Document screening and (2) Online interview if required.
・School of Political Science and Economics
・School of Social Sciences
・School of International Liberal Studies
・School of Culture, Media and Society
・School of Fundamental Science and Engineering
・School of Creative Science and Engineering
・School of Advanced Science and Engineering
Tokyo, the capital of Japan, is one of the leading international cities in the world, as well as being the center for Japanese politics, finance, culture, education and much more. Waseda campus is located in the heart of Tokyo, around 20 minutes from such major stations as Shinjuku, Shibuya, Ginza, Ikebukuro and Akihabara, and yet is also still in the midst of nature; preserving the tradition of student towns, it creates the best possible environment for leaning.
Around our campus, there are variety of foods with the reasonable price, as it is known as a college town. Students enjoy their lunch time at canteen or the restaurants around the campus for Soba, Ramen, Thai, Myanmar and Western foods as you like.
In spring, you can see beautiful Cherry Blossoms along Kanda River, just 10-minute walk from our main campus.
Studying in Japan