Monash University has exchange agreements with twelve prominent universities in Japan. Students who want to study at a Japanese university with the benefit of credit transfer are invited to apply for the program.
If you are admitted, you will enrol in Monash University and study at a Japanese university. Since you will pay HECS or a tuition fee to Monash University, you need not pay tuition fees to the Japanese university. Accommodation is also provided by the Japanese university at a cost.
When you apply for admittance to a university, you will apply for a Japanese government scholarship (JASSO or Monkashoo-Japanese Studies) at the same time.
You may still study in Japan if you are not successful with the scholarship. In such cases, however, the student will have to finance himself/herself except for tuition fees.
When, what and at which university can you study?
When Students usually go on exchange from the second semester in the second year, or…
What types of scholarships are available?
Scholarships are very competitive; approximately 30 percent of Monash exchange students going to Japan receive…
Every year, information sessions on the exchange programs and scholarships are held twice (usually in…
How can students apply for exchange programs?
Application forms Students need to complete both a Monash Abroad exchange application and also a…
Exchange in Japan – FAQ
What are the merits of going on exchange to Japan? ° Improving Japanese language competence…
Current Exchange Students in Japan
1. Enrolment details for study abroad units in Japan Please fill in the form below…