|Admission in April 2017||October 31, 2016|
|Admission in September 2017||April 15, 2017|
For general information about Chuo University Student Exchange Program, please download the following document.
(1) Study Exchange Program for Partner Institutions.
For students who are interested in spending part of their degree program at Chuo, please download the following details.
・ List of Student Exchange Partners (as of Aug. 2016) (131KB)
The following chart may help you when you think about your study plan at Chuo.
・ Academic Advice for Your Study Plan (127KB)
The application forms are as follows:
Please refer to the checklist (Format A) for the documents required for the application.
Download the forms [A] to [G] shown below when applying to the program.
Forms for the documents:
・[A] Checklist (27KB)
・[B] Application Form for Admission (70KB)
・[C] Study Plan (18KB)
・[D] Certificate of Japanese Language Proficiency (38KB)
・[E] Certificate of Health (1064KB)
・[F] Documents for Eligibility and Financial Information (59KB)
・[G] (Graduate program only) Academic Reference (37KB)
Please note that most of the courses are taught in Japanese at Chuo University. There are at present no specific requirements for Japanese language proficiency for non-degree students. Also, we offer some courses taught in English and other foreign languages within the Faculty of Law, the Faculty of Letters, the Faculty of Economics and the Faculty of Policy Studies, shown in the below list. (Please note that the Faculty of Science and Engineering doesn't have courses in English, and students who wish to study at the Faculty of Science and Engineering are required to have at least JLPT N3 level.)
< Courses offered in English >
Please note that the courses for the new academic year will be set by the end of March.
< Course Catalog for Degree Students >
Below are the courses for degree students, which are mostly offered in Japanese.
Exchange students are able to take these courses, too.
・ Faculty of Law 2016/2017 (144KB)