TUITION AND FEES IN JAPAN
The cost of studying abroad in Japan is significantly lower than in the United Kingdom or United States, without sacrificing the quality of education. Here’s what you need to know to begin financing your study abroad!
How much does it cost?
Tuition at Japanese universities depends on what type of university you plan on attending and the programme you are enrolled in. Most students are also required to pay a fee for admission, but this varies by university as well.
Be sure to check with your programme for the exact amount you will be required to pay!
Public and National Universities
These universities usually charge around ¥540,000 (or £3,400) for annual tuition and a ¥280,000 (or £1,750) admission fee for both graduate and undergraduate programmes.
Private universities can, at times, be more expensive than Public or National universities. Tuition often ranges from ¥875,000 to ¥3,700,000 (£5,500 to £24,000) with an admission fee of ¥235,000 to ¥1,300,000 (£1,500 to £8,200) for an undergraduate degree.
Graduate degrees cost a little less, ranging from ¥515,000 to ¥1,250,000 (£3,300 to £8,000) for annual tuition and an admission fee of ¥190,000 to ¥225,000 (£1,200 to £1,500).
这些大学通常收取大约¥540,000 (或者£3,400)的年度学费，并且还有¥280,000 (或者£1,750)的入学费用(无论是本科专业还是研究生专业)。
日本私立大学的学费比公立大学和国立大学的学费更高一些。对于本科学位专业而言，学费通常是从¥875,000 - ¥3,700,000 (£5,500 - £24,000)不等，入学费用是¥235,000 - ¥1,300,000 (£1,500 - £8,200)不等。
研究生专业的学费通常会稍低一点，年度学费大约是¥515,000 - ¥1,250,000 (£3,300 - £8,000)，入学费用是¥190,000 - ¥225,000 (£1,200 - £1,500)。
Living in a foreign country will come with additional costs. Make sure you leave room in your budget for things like:
Transportation, both from your home country to Japan (and back!) and within the city you will be living in
Housing; including rent, water, electricity, wifi, a mobile phone, among other things
Additional fees at your university, including things like examination fees and healthcare charges