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Necessary Expenses for Studying in Japan ...
【Before coming to Japan】
【After coming to Japan】
Other than above mentioned costs, if you are required to come to Japan to take entrance exam, you will need additional costs such as airfare and lodging expenses, visa application fee, and overseas travel insurance premium.
Academic fees in Japan are not as high as those in the United States and the United Kingdom. In addition, many Japanese schools provide scholarship programs and tuition exemption/reduction programs to international students.
Below mentioned table shows the average admission and tuition fees for the first year. Other than these, you may be required to pay entrance examination fee, facility/equipment usage fee, etc.
The admission and tuition fees are differ depending on the schools, so for more detailed information, please check the website of school of your choice.
(excludes medical, dental, and pharmaceutical programs)
（medical, dental, and pharmaceutical programs）
|Graduate School||Approx. 820,000 yen||Approx. 930,000 yen||Approx. 1,000,000 yen||Approx. 800,000 yen|
|University (Undergraduate)||Approx. 820,000 yen||Approx. 930,000 yen||Approx. 1,100,000 yen||Approx. 3,200,000 yen|
|Junior College||Approx. 610,000 yen||Approx. 960,000 yen|
|College of Technology（National）||Approx. 320,000 yen|
|Professional Training College||Approx. 850,000 yen|
|Japanese Language Institution||Approx. 610,000～1,050,000 yen ※1|
※1 Academic fees for one year
※Facility/equipment usage fee, etc. may be required.
＞For the information about living costs, please check here.
＞For the information about part-time job, please check here.