Here you will find information related to your life as a foreign student in Kyoto.
With this information you will be able to confidently begin your new life in Japan.
Let's understand the process leading up to studying abroad.
≫Confirm the process up until studying abroad
In the case of a student dorm, confirm if you may move in upon arrival. If it will take time before your home in decided, you must secure temporary housing.
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After studying abroad is decided, and you have received permission, you must obtain an entry VISA.
An a international student, please apply for a "student" VISA.
A guide on how to get to Kyoto after your arrival in Japan is provided here.
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There are many types of dwellings. Let's find the home that best fits your needs.
There are many ways to search such as accepting the school's recommendations, going to a realtor, and searching on the internet.
The main form of taxes paid by international students is consumption tax. For those who work part-time, year-end adjustment needs to be carried out as well, so check with your workplace if necessary.
A “Part-time Work Permit” is required to take up part-time work. There are many ways to look for part-time jobs, including referrals by the university and searching on the Internet etc.
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