Study Kyoto Newsletter Vol. XVIIII
Kyoto’s Public Student Dorms for International Students: Pricing, Applications & Making Japanese Friends
Many Kyoto students live in apartments on their own, but there are actually a number of facilities for student housing in the city. Living together with other students can offer a chance to meet other international students from all over the world, and to make friends with local Japanese students, too! Some dorms offer more private living situations, for those who want their own space, too. We spoke with students living in each type of dorm, and details on rent and application periods are included in the article above–have a look!
All About the EJU (The Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students)
For international students hoping to enter a Japanese university with other Japanese applications, the EJU is often a requirement. Click here to find out more about the test, what’s on it, when and where to take it, study tips, and whether your university requires it!
How Satisfied are Kyoto’s International Students with their Experience?
Study Kyoto recently conducted a survey to better understand the experiences of international students studying abroad here in the city. If you’re wondering what it’s like to study abroad in Kyoto, there’s no better place to look for information than to go straight to the source. Check out our graphs and student answers!
Our last article this issue is available only in Chinese and Japanese: click here to discover more about Kyoto’s Chinese student groups