Study in Japan
~ Online Sharing by Japanese Universities ~

2 October 2021

Japan Creative Centre (JCC)

Thinking of studying in Japan? Don't miss this special opportunity to find out first hand from representatives of some of Japan's finest universities, as well as Singaporean students and graduates of Japanese universities! There will also be a Q&A section for each school during the presentation.

Event Details


Saturday, 2 October 2021


9:30am — 1:00pm


Online (Webinar style)


FREE (Registration required)

Programme Outline

9:30 am

Greetings by JCC

9:35 am

Singapore Students Association Japan (SSAJ)

9:45 am

Japanese University Graduates Association of Singapore (JUGAS)

9:55 am

Study in Japan Global Network Project in ASEAN (Okayama University)

10:20 am

Kyoto University

10:45 am

Waseda University

11:10 am

International Christian University (ICU)

11:35 am

Ritsumeikan University

12:00 pm

Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus (SFC)

12:25 pm

Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (APU)

12:50 pm


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About the Universities

© Okayama University

Okayama University (岡山大学) has been appointed to implement the “Study in Japan Global Network Project in ASEAN” by the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) from 2019. This project provides information on Studying in Japan through SNS, seminars, and fairs, and supports ASEAN people who wish to Study in Japan & Okayama University, as one of a top global national university in West Japan.

Okayama University is a comprehensive university, which has 11 Faculties and 8 Graduate schools. Okayama University has a 4-year bachelor’s program called "Discovery Program for Global Learners" (GDP) that can be completed entirely in English. Students with advanced Japanese proficiency also have the option to take courses in Japanese in other faculties at Okayama University.

© Kyoto University

Kyoto University (京都大学) is comprised of 10 faculties, 18 graduate schools, 13 research institutes, 23 educational institutes and other establishments. Approximately 2,700 of the university’s 23,000 students hail from overseas. With students from approximately 120 different countries and regions, the university’s campuses boast a rich cultural diversity.

Kyoto iUP (Kyoto University International Undergraduate Program) is a 4.5-year international scholarship program comprising a six-month preparatory course followed by four years of undergraduate study. A key feature of the program is that no Japanese language proficiency is required at the outset, as the program provides an intensive Japanese language component.

© Waseda University

Waseda University (早稲田大学) is a comprehensive research university based in central Tokyo, with 13 undergraduate and 20 graduate schools. 47,959 students enrolled, including 8,350 International Students). Our university is the second largest university in Japan. Students from Singapore are the 9th largest party at our university.

Currently Waseda University provides 7 English-based undergraduate degree programs, with no Japanese language skills required for admission procedures. (Figures above are as of AY2019.)

© International Christian University

International Christian University (国際基督教大学) was founded as the first 4 years liberal arts college in Japan. The university has been practicing liberal arts in Japanese-English bilingual education. At ICU, “dialogue” is the heart of learning and many classes are held in a group-work/discussion-based, instead of a lecture-based. Students can decide their major after discovering what they truly want to study among a diverse range of academic field of humanities, social science, and natural science. Today, students from 50 counties are studying at ICU. There’s an environment where unique students can learn beyond national borders and culture differences.

© Ritsumeikan University

Ritsumeikan University (立命館大学) 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.

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.

© Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus

Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus (慶應義塾大学 湘南藤沢キャンパス) was established in 1990. The Faculty of Policy Management nurtures students in the humanities integrated with the sciences who have a focus on the field of Policy Design, International Strategy, Social Innovation, Business and Administration, and/or Sustainable Governance.

Meanwhile, the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies nurtures students in the sciences integrated with humanities who have a focus on the field of Novel Computing and Communication Systems, Design Engineering and Media Art, Advanced Biosciences, Environmental Design, and/or Human Environment.

© Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University

Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (立命館アジア太平洋大学) hosts an integrated campus, where students get academic exposure from a dedicated, diverse faculty. APU has two colleges: The College of Asia Pacific Studies and The College of International Management.

Additionally, we have a diverse faculty: 49% of them are international, which relates to our students having a globalized education. With experiences gained at APU, students start careers worldwide (90% employment rate).

About Spring

Spring is the only Japanese magazine and website specialized in global education, based in Singapore since 2011. Spring has been featuring the stories of high achieving Singaporean and Asian students who chose to study in Japan. For more information on Japanese universities, please visit:

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