Osaka University gives opportunity for students of UGM to join student exchange program in the Fall semester 2014. There are three programs available for major: Law, Economics, Medicine, Dentistry, Science, Engineering, Human Sciences, Cultural Science, and Pharmacy. The programs are Immersion Exchange Program Osaka (iExPO), Osaka University Short-term Student Exchange Program (OUSSEP), and FrontierLab@OsakaU
- Students of UGM
- Complete application form
- GPA minimum 3.0 (Proven with official academic transcript)
- A study/research plan in Japan
- Certificate of Eligibility
- Proficient in English – TOEFL 550, Computer-based TEOFL 213, TOEFL IBT 80, or IELTS 6.0 (taken within 2 years) (TOEFL Prediction will not be accepted)
- Certificate of Japanese Language Proficiency
- Statement of purpose defining personal motivations for studying at Osaka University
- Certificate of enrollment, letter of financial, recommendation letter, copy of passport – on A4 size paper, Personal history, letter of nomination from faculty to OIA UGM
For application form can be obtained in here.
For further information about specific requirements of each program, go to the website:
All the documents (2 copies) must be submitted to Kantor Urusan Internasional (KUI) F13 no later than 26 February 2014 at 12 pm.
- Japan Educational Seminar in Indonesia
- Short Term Exchange Program (STEP) - Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology (TUAT)
- Beasiswa Student Exchange, Tenri University Jepang & Universitas Padjadjaran Indonesia
- Student Exchange Program, Ibaraki University, Japan
- Fukuoka Women’s University Student Exchange Program, Japan
- Program Pertukaran Pelajar Rikkyo University Special International Student (RUSIS) 2011-2012
- Chuo University Student Exchange Program, Japan
- Tokyo Institute of Technology Student Exchange Program, Japan
- Monbukagakusho Scholarships, Student Research Program, Japan
- Sato International Scholarship Foundation (SISF), Japan
Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to ensure the above information is current and correct. However, applicants should contact the appropriate administering body before making an application, as details do change frequently.