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Nagoya University

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Nagoya University is located in Nagoya, in central Japan, between Tokyo and Osaka. This partner university has 16,439 students, including 2,888 international students.

Deadlines for nomination:
Apply for nomination to the International Office Law before 14 January in order to be included in the first nomination round of the next academic year (for both first and second semester exchange). The continuation of the procedure is done through the central International Office of Radboud University.

Availability:
Nagoya University is a Radboud-wide partner. One Radboud law student per semester can go on exchange to Nagoya. Please inquire with International Office in a timely manner.

Admission:
A minimum grade point average of 7.0 on the courses taken is required to be admitted as an exchange student. An overview of the requirements and application process can be found here.

Language requirements:
The university offers courses in English, minimum B2/C1 level is desired. There are a number of special introductory courses in Japanese about Japan and the Japanese language. There is also a Japanese language program.

Course information:
All available courses can be found here. All Law-related courses at the Bachelor's level can be found here.

Accommodation:
Students have the opportunity to stay in accommodation provided by the university. These student houses are for both international and Japanese students. See this page for more information (also regarding transportation to and from campus.)


Practical information:
General information for exchange students
Exchange website Law School

Academic calendar:
First semester: October - February
Second semester: April - August

Finances (on average):
Travel expenses: € 1000,-
Living Expenses (rent not included): € 500,-
Rent: € 250-350,-