Study in Japan – Online Sharing by Japanese Universities (Saturday, 2nd October 2021)
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Ritsumeikan University is a leading comprehensive private university with over 100 years of history. We offer English-based programs including dual/joint undergraduate degree programs in which students can earn bachelor’s degrees from both Ritsumeikan and partner universities abroad.
About Ritsumeikan University
Ritsumeikan University is part of the “Top Global University Project” funded by the Japanese government leading the globalization of Japanese higher education.
Today, more than 36,000 students study and conduct research across campuses in Kyoto, Shiga, and Osaka. Ritsumeikan pioneers new English-medium Bachelor Programs utilizing well-developed education, along established bachelor, masters and doctoral programs.
Currently, it offers 5 undergraduate English-medium programs in Global Liberal Arts/Asia Pacific Affairs, International Relations, Policy Science, and Information Science and Engineering. In the dual/joint undergraduate degree programs, especially the Dual Degree Program with the Australian National University under college of Global Liberal Arts, students earn bachelor degrees from both Ritsumeikan and universities across the world.
Students receive tailored support from the very first part of their journey till their graduation when they join more than 402,000 alumni, contributing to the global society in all walks of life.
Admissions Key Features
– April/September intake
– Online Application (Including Interviews)
– No Japanese Proficiency Required for Admissions
– Multiple Application Periods
– 20%, 50%, 100% tuition reduction available for International students
For details, please visit our Application Guide page: http://en.ritsumei.ac.jp/e-ug/apply/howto.html/
Located in western Japan, Ritsumeikan campuses are located in Kyoto, Osaka, and Shiga.
Kyoto is the ancient capital of Japan, with 13 world heritage sites within 10 km of the Kyoto campus. Kyoto is known as a student city, with 10 percent Kyoto identifying as students.
Osaka is West Japan’s largest city and a center of business for the region. Osaka campus is located within 20 minutes train ride, in between both Kyoto and Osaka. Having quick access to Kyoto, students benefit from abundant career opportunities in Osaka.
A short train ride over, Shiga is known for its beautiful, dynamic nature, home to Lake Biwa and a hub for world-famous Japanese companies’ operations. Students enjoy a great balance to relax and participate in world-class research.
Studying in Japan