Japan: Keio University
Keio University is one of the oldest universities in Japan, founded in 1858. More than 33,000 students study at the university, spread over six campuses in the greater Tokyo area. Of these, around 1.300 are international students. The university ranks among the 300 best universities in the world.
University in brief
Language of instruction: Japanese, English
Academic calendar: September-February, March-July
Credit system: 17 credits on undergraduate level or 15 credits on graduate level is equivalent to 30 ECTS credits
Note: National Health Insurance (JNHI) appr. 2000- 4000 YEN/month is compulsory to buy at registration. If research studies, need to find receiving professor in advance.
Number of spots: One + one semester spots; each school may have own spots for DD-studies
Grade requirements:a minimum of 4,0 (on KTH scale of 5)
Programme specific information
If your programme or your school is not listed below, contact the international coordinator at your school.