Study in Japan with Nagoya University
Nagoya University is a public university which was established in the year 1871 and is located in Chikusa-ku, Nagoya, Japan. The university was the last Imperial University in Japan and among the National Seven Universities and the 3rd highest ranked higher education institution in Japan. The university has three campuses: Higashiyama Campus, Daiko Campus, and Tsurumai Campus.
Nagoya University comprises nine faculties: Faculty of Law, Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Letters, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Agriculture, Faculty of Economics, Faculty of Education, and Faculty of Information Culture. The university also consists of thirteen graduate schools of Education, Law, Economics, Arts & Sciences, Science, Mathematics, Engineering, Life Sciences & Agriculture, Medicine, International Language Culture, International Development, Environmental Studies, and Information Sciences.
Nagoya University has more than 15,811 Students which include 9,818 Undergraduate students and 5,993 Graduate students. The university has more than 1,793 Faculty members.
Nagoya University provides scholarship opportunities to the students on the basis of academic excellence. The university comprises the Central Library, Medical Library, and libraries in each school/graduate school, provide services as centers for academic information with the objective of supporting education and research activities. The University Libraries have started providing a variety of academic information in digital formats, including e-books, databases and electronic journals. The university also consists of The Nagoya University Museum which was founded in 2000 and is the fifth largest comprehensive university museum in Japan. The objective of the museum is to store academic samples and documents from Nagoya University, as well as feedback from research results, in order to be a resource for the public and to give something back to the people of Japan and the world.
Notable Alumni: Hiroshi Amano (Nobel Prize in Physics), Masatoshi Takeichi (Japanese cell biologist)
Nagoya University Application Requirements
Nagoya University Cost of studies
Bachelors: 5,35,800 JPY
Masters: 5,35,800 JPY
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific fees.
Nagoya University Deadlines
Bachelors: Spring: December 12, Summer: February 6
Masters: First round: January 24, Rolling Admission: May 23
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.