The “Global 30” Project to Invite 300,000 International Students to Japan. 13 universities were selected by the Japanese Government to be a member of the “Global 30” Project. These selected universities aim to nurture internationally competent individuals by creating an academic environment where international and Japanese students can learn from one another and build lasting international bonds that will propel them into the international scene.

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No Japanese Proficiency Required at the Time of Admission

With the introduction of the “Global 30” Project, the best universities in Japan are now offering degree programs in English. By doing this, these universities have broken down the language barrier which was one of the obstacles preventing international students from studying in Japan. A range of courses in a number of fields are offered in English at the universities under the “Global 30” Project.

Take Entrance Examinations at Home

You might imagine that you have to be in Japan in order to apply. However, the universities under the “Global 30” Project now offer paper and interview-based admissions procedures which allow international students to apply while still in their respective countries. Interviews can be done from their current location using TV conference systems or other devices.

Immerse Yourself in Japan

The universities under the “Global 30” Project provide high-quality instruction in Japanese language and culture while also allowing students to gain a valuable degree in another subject. When you learn Japanese, you become not only proficient in the language but also gain an insider view of the culture difficult to appreciate otherwise.

Support for International Students

In addition to excellent educational and research facilities, universities under the “Global 30” Project also provide an international student-friendly environment, offering support for living and studying in Japan. For example, they provide assistance regarding academic matters, career planning, visas, financial support, housing, and any other difficulties and problems international students may face.

Number of International Students As of 2011: 21,429 in total Tohoku University University of Tsukuba The University of Tokyo Keio University Sophia University Meiji University Waseda University Nagoya University Osaka University Kyoto University Doshisha University Ritsumeikan University Kyushu University

G30 Wrap-Up Symposium

2014/2/14G30 Wrap-Up Symposium

Japan Educational Seminar

2014Japan Education Fair (Indonesia)
2013Japan Education Fair(U.S.A)
2013Japan Education Fair(Thailand)
2013Japan Educational Seminar(Malaysia)
2013Japan Educational Seminar (Indonesia)
2012Japan Educational Seminar (Korea)
2012Japan Educational Seminar (Thailand) 2012
2012Japan Educational Seminar (Singapore)
2011Japan Educational Seminar (Vietnam and the Philippines)
2011Japan Educational Seminar (Korea)
2011Japan Educational Seminar (Indonesia)
2011Japan Educational Seminar (India and Thailand)
2010Japan Educational Seminar (Korea)
2010Japan Education Seminar (Korea)
2010Japan Educational Seminar (India and Singapore)

The Global 30 University-Business Joint Forum

2013Global30 Academia-Business Joint Forum
2012The Global 30 University-Business Joint Forum 2012
2011The Global 30 University-Business Joint Forum 2011
2010The Global 30 University-Business Joint Forum 2010

Events by Universities under the "Global 30" Project (in Japan)

2011The University of Tokyo: PEAK Inaugural Symposium (12.2)

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