Kyoto University of Advanced Science (KUAS) is an accredited four-year private university with approximately 3,600 students in Kyoto, Japan. It was founded in 1969. In 2020, KUAS established the Faculty of Engineering where students can learn the most advanced technologies through a practical study program. At KUAS’ Faculty of Engineering, students will be able to study a wide range of engineering fields and prepare themselves to compete on the global stage. Top-tier professionals who can create useful innovations for the future are in high demand all over the world. KUAS will provide its students a professional and practical education to help them grow into leaders of innovation and ensure that they are capable of taking on the diverse challenges that society faces.
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|18 Yamanouchi Gotanda-cho, Ukyo-ku||Kyoto (Uzumasa)||Kyoto||615-8577|
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The International Student Dormitory (Residence Uzumasa A) is attached to the South Building on Kyoto Uzumasa Campus, making it a very convenient place to live. The South Building features a library and workshop that are open 24 hours a day, allowing students to pursue their studies whenever they wish. Furthermore, the Student Dormitory is an international residence that houses Japanese and overseas students together. One of the staples of any Japanese university is the school cafeteria, where you will find a wide variety of cuisine at very reasonable prices. KUAS is no exception to this, and our regularly updated cafeteria menu is very popular among our international students.
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A. There is no minimum GPA for application. However, when it comes to accepting applicants, you can expect KUAS to be just as selective as the most prestigious engineering programs in your own country.
A. The facilities at KUAS include a Career Support Center that works closely with all students to acquire satisfactory employment following their graduation.
A. KUAS accepts a wide range of standardized test results, so please take an exam that is available in your country. Some tests can also be taken online. Please refer to their official home pages for more information.
A. Around 100,000 yen per month, including rent outside campus.
A. If you apply for and receive “permission to engage in activity other than that permitted under the status of residence previously granted” from the Immigration Bureau, you can work part-time at convenience stores, restaurants, etc. According to Japanese law, students can work up to 28 hours per week.
A. Most undergraduate students will easily find work off-campus. However, if you do not know Japanese, then you may have to wait for about a year to learn the language first. If you are a graduate student, there may be opportunities on campus for you to work as a TA.
A. First-year engineering students will be given the opportunity to live in our International Student Dormitory, which is located on-campus right next to our South Engineering Building. Those who wish to live off-campus will find a wealth of private apartments a short walk, bicycle or subway ride away. The staff at KUAS will be happy to assist you in finding these apartments, and more information can be provided before your arrival in Japan upon request.
A. Kyoto is famous for being a college town, and there are many apartments, shared houses, and boarding houses to choose from outside of campus. If you do not wish to live on campus, you will need to find a place to live through a real estate agency, etc. KUAS will help you connect with these agencies.
A. Not yet, although we do plan on introducing English-language programs in our other faculties in the near future. We will announce these new initiatives via our social media and home page, so please watch those sites for updates.
|Mika Saito (Ms.)||International Student Recruiterfirstname.lastname@example.org|