The Inter-School Agreement
For information or application related to The Inter-School Agreement, students are requested to contact the departments or graduate schools they belong to since each has its own terms.
A. How to apply for the program (The Inter - Univerisity Agreement)
- Make a reservation for individual consultation (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Entry your information data into the web system.
- Submit your documents directly to the Study Abroad Office, International Education and Exchange Center (IEEC 1F).
- Screening of application documents will be conducted first. Then, applicants will be selected through interviews.
- Candidates are nominated as exchange students through Study Abroad Office.
- You are required to attend all orientations before leaving for study abroad.
B. Online registration and application documents
*You need both web registration and submission of documents before the dead line.
- E-mail with completed message from the web system*
- Academic transcript (available from MyNU)
- A copy of your passport(photocopy on A4-paper)
- A copy of your language score*
- ID photo (4×3）
*Print an e-mail with completed message, you will receive a message from the system.
*Language Skill Score Report (IELTS, TOEFL-iBT, etc) to be submitted in the case where your chosen university has defined language scores in the requirements to apply.
C. Selection Schedule, Language Proficiency and GPA Score Requirements
The list is based on the latest information (it will be regularly updated) from the respective partner universities. Nevertheless, when applying, we advise that you confirm the original information posted on the websites of those universities.
*Certificate, etc. of the language examination must accompany your application when applying to a partner university on the "List of Partner Universities Offering Study Abroad Programs" that requires language skills.
*The destination for spring is only Australia, Korea, Brazil and South Africa
|List for destinations
|Paper-screening result announcement
|Final decision announcement
|Leave for study abroad
||from August to October
||from August to October
||from January to March
D. Status While Studying Abroad
Your enrollment status at our university will be "studying abroad" if you will be studying abroad at a partner university under the Tuition Waiver Agreement. Based on this agreement, tuition does not have to be paid to the partner university. However, your status will not be "leave of absence" because tuition must be paid to Nagoya University. As for your status during and after studying abroad as well as your course plan, make sure that you consult your instructor or the curriculum coordinator of your department in advance.
Candidates of both the scholarships mentioned in (1) (2) are decided by considering the applicants' academic achievements, etc. Applications are also accepted for exchange programs based on inter-school partnership schools (Contact your department for information).
- Nagoya University Scholarship
A part of your travel expense will be provided and there is no repayment obligation. Moreover, this scholarship is applicable to foreign students.
- JASSO Scholarship
Applicants must be Japanese citizens or those with permanent residence. A monthly fee of 60,000-100,000 yen ( depends on the country where you go) will be provided during the period you are studying abroad at the partner university. There is no repayment obligation. Obtaining scholarships at the same time from other organizations exceeding 60,000-100,000 yen is not permitted.
- JASSO Scholarship Category 2
This is an interest-bearing scholarship loan that may be provided to a student during the period (3 months - 1 year) he/she is attending a partner university. Refer to the website for more information regarding this system.