The origins of Kokushikan University lie in the Kokushikan private academy, founded in Tokyo’s Azabu district in 1917, midway through Japan’s turbulent Taisho period. Founder Tokujiro Shibata and his young colleagues envisaged that this academy would cultivate competent individuals endowed with wisdom and courage. Kokushikan, which has already produced over 130,000 graduates active in all spheres of society, will be celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2017.
Kokushikan University University is opening the admission for 2011-2012 Exchange Program (Departure to Japan: March 2011). This year, Kokushikan University has allocations for JASSO scholarship but this opportunity does not assure that UGM student is get the scholarship.
- Academic transcript (English)
- TOEFL certificate
- Japanese Language ability certificate
- Application for admission student exchange program
- Study plan (English)
- Letter of Recommendation (English)
- Certificate of enrollment for JASSO
- Surat Pencalonan dari Dekan ditujukan kepada Kepala KUI UGM
Submit 2 copies of your documents to Office of International Affairs UGM no later than June 23rd, 2010 11.50AM