International Programs: Tokyo Institute of Technology 1413 views

International Programs (Non-Degree) by the Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.

Tokyo Tech offers variety of programs for non-degree seeking international students. Some of the programs are tuition-free.

Students from Partner Universities

International Exchange Students

Institute-Wide Agreements with Tuition Waiver

Program should be selected according to the student’s academic level and university affiliation.

Type of Programs

I. Young Scientist Exchange Program (YSEP)

Exemption from application, admission and tuition fees
Period of study: Six months or One year

II. Academic Cooperation Agreement Program (ACAP)

Exemption from application, admission and tuition fees
Period of study: 3 months to 1 year (For JASSO scholarship recipients, 2 quarters (a semester) to 4 quarters (a year))

School-to-School Programs

III. Departmental Programs

Tuition exemption
Period of study: up to One year

Short-term Programs

IV. Tokyo Tech Summer Program

Exemption from application, admission and tuition fees (Program fee required)
Period of study: 2.5 months

V. Tokyo Tech Winter Program

Exemption from application, admission and tuition fees (Program fee required)
Period of study: 2.5 months

VI. CAMPUS Asia

Exemption from application, admission and tuition fees
Period of study – Summer Program: Two months, Other programs: up to 6 months

Other Program from Partner Universities

VII. International Exchange Student (Other Participants)

No exemption from application, admission and tuition fees
Period of study: up to One year

Students from Non-Partner Universities

VIII. International Visiting Students

No exemption from application, admission and tuition fees
Period of study: up to One year

University Graduate at Time of Application

IX. International Research Students

International Students Receiving a Japanese Government Scholarship (MEXT)

X. Research Students (Japanese Government Scholarship)

Tuition exemption
Period of study: same as the scholarship period

International Students Not Receiving a Japanese Government Scholarship

(This includes recipients of scholarships from other governments or private enterprises.)

XII. Research Student (Privately Funded)

Period of study: Six months or One year for April admissions; 6 months for October admissions

Quick Overview————-
Organization Tokyo Institute of Technology
Fellowship Level Bachelor’s, Master’s, Doctorate, Research, Scientists
Country Japan
Subject areas All disciplines
Fellowship amount Varies
Eligibility Open to all nationalities (International)
Deadline Varies
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