Undergraduate non-degree research student status is open to applicants who hold an undergraduate degree. It is most commonly chosen by students preparing to apply for admission to a Master’s program.Application Undergraduates Word
Postgraduate non-degree research student status is open to applicants who hold a Master’s degree or equivalent. It is most commonly chosen by students preparing to apply for admission to an LL.D. or Ph.D. program.Application Postgraduates Word
Applicants should get permission from an academic supervisor approximately one month before the application deadline.
The Nagoya University Program for Academic Exchange (NUPACE) is a short-term student exchange program, through which international students enrolled at any of Nagoya University’s partner institutions are given the opportunity to study in Japan for four to twelve months. Follow the link below for further information on this program.
Visit the NUPACE website for further information. Applications are accepted from students of institutions with a student exchange agreement with Nagoya University, for study in both English and Japanese.Check the NUPACE Program
The School of Law maintains exchange links with several partner law faculties in Asia, North America, and Europe.Application Partner Exchange Word
Applications are accepted only from schools that have a student exchange agreement with Nagoya University or with the School of Law. In principle, applications for student exchange should be directed to the University-level NUPACE office. Institutions wishing to initiate direct exchange with the School of Law by special arrangement should contact the International Student Support Office before proceeding. (Please note that applicants must demonstrate language ability sufficient to follow courses in the English-taught or Japanese-taught curriculum.)Check the universities and institutes with academic exchange.