Keio University, has collaborated with Pathways Japan (PJ) and the Japan ICU Foundation (JICUF) in order to provide a place for displaced Ukrainian students who have been deprived of their rights to an education by recent events. Participants in this program will initially be admitted as visiting international students. However, those who pass entrance examinations and become a regular student within a master's program offered through one Keio University's Graduate Schools may receive aid for up to three years while they complete their master's degree.
Name of Program
"Academic Support Program for Displaced Ukrainian Students"
Number of Positions
Those who wish to enroll at one of Keio University's graduate schools (who already hold at least a BA).
"Visiting International Student"
In principle, this program is open to students who wish to enroll at a graduate school of Keio University. This program expects and requires that students spend 6 months to one year preparing for school, pass the necessary entrance examinations, and go on to complete their master's degree.
Academic Fees and Expenses, stipends for traveling to Japan/living expenses (100,000 yen per month), free dormitory or housing, etc.