Campus Life
Tuition, Scholarships and Special Scholarships

Tuition and Fees for Privately-Financed International Students

List of fees and methods of payment

To attract more privately financed international students, our university offers more exemptions for admission fee and facilities and equipment fees than domestic admittees.
Admission fee (120,000 yen off from the first year), facilities and equipment fee (100,000 yen off for the second semester of every school year).
The fees listed below are school expenses after the exemption is applied.
The amount required for first year on admission (first semester) 779,000 yen and 450,000 yen (second semester).
The amount required from the second year is 573,000 yen for the first semester and 450,000 yen for the second semester.
Laptop computers are available for new students to rent, but the additional fee will apply as such fee is not included in the school expenses.
The university does not ask for funds for academic bonds or donations.

First YearAfter the second yearThe fourth year after admission (the second year for transfer students)
Semesters to start admission procedureSecond SemesterFirst SemesterSecond SemesterFirst SemesterSecond Semester
Admission fee

200,000

-

-

-

-

-

School expensesTuition

350,000

350,000
(140,000)

350,000

350,000
(140,000)

350,000

350,000
(140,000)

Facilities fees

100,000

-

100,000

-

100,000

-

Maintenance fees

50,000

50,000

50,000

50,000

50,000

50,000

Experiments and training fees

50,000

50,000

50,000

50,000

50,000

50,000

Subtotal

750,000

450,000
(240,000)

550,000

450,000
(240,000)

550,000450,000
(240,000)
Various DuesAlumni AssociationAdmission fee

1,000

Annual fee

3,000

3,000

3,000

Supporters' AssociationAdmission fee

5,000

Annual fee

20,000

20,000

20,000

Komagi Association *Admission fee

1,0000

Annual fee

30,000

Total

779,000

450,000
(240,000)

573,000

450,000
(240,000)

573,000

481,000
(271,000)

Annual total

1,229,000
(1,019,000)

1,023,000
(813,000)

1,054,000
(844,000)

* Second semester fees are payable by the 31st October.(Details of money transfer will be sent by mail in early October.)
※* A lifetime fee for the Komaki Alumni Association is payable upon graduation.

Tuition reduction system and scholarships

Tuition exemption system

Tuition fees for later semesters are reduced for applicants whose grades are higher than the certain standard.
The reduced amount is 210,000 yen (based on statistics in 2019).
In the above list of fees (table) the amount in the ( ) is the amount of the tuition fee after reduction.
The application process is announced in June each year.

Foreign Students Learning Incentive Benefits System sponsored by the Ministry of Education and Science

The Independent Government Organization, Japan Student Support Organization, has systems in place to support privately financed international students attending university by providing benefits as scholarships.
Registration is done through the University.After admission, please check application guide in April each year.

(Main conditions)
To receive the scholarship, the conditions below must be met.

  • The candidate must have a GPA of 2.30 or more at graduate or undergraduate level or the Japanese language institute in the academic year previous to the year for which the scholarship is granted in accordance with the method provided in the guideline below and maintain the same GPA during the scholarship period. In cases where the evaluation cannot be expressed in the form of GPA, the candidate’s evaluation result must be equivalent or higher at each of the mentioned levels.
  • The candidate must meet the condition, that necessary required condition of Japanese or English languages written below.
    (a)Japanese ability: JLPT N2 or more, EJU (Japanese as a Foreign Language) score 200 or more
    (b)English ability: CEFR B2 or more
  • Allowance (excluding enrollment fee, tuition fee, etc.) received by the candidate must not exceed an average of 90,000 yen per month.
  • The candidate must not be receiving a scholarship that cannot be combined with other scholarships.
  • If the student has a financial supporter in Japan, his/her annual income must be less than 5 million yen.
  • After the scholarship is granted, the candidate must agree to cooperate in the career path survey conducted by JASSO through the educational institution in which the candidate is enrolled or other methods.
  • The candidate must not be receiving support under JASSO’s international students support program.


(Amount)
48,000 yen per month

(Payment period)
12 months (from April of the year when the scholarship is awarded through March of the following year)