The following is a description of graduate school’s admission. For the admission information of undergraduate school, please refer to the Japanese website.
Since most of the graduate school lectures will be provided in a mix of English and Japanese (English-only courses are not available), all international students are required to have basic Japanese language skills.
The total duration of the master’s course for international students receiving scholarships is three years. International students are eligible to learn Japanese language as research students in their first year in preparation for the master’s course exam, then must take an entrance exam for the Graduate School of KNU. The application guidelines and procedure are below.
For potential candidates who wish to apply for a scholarship, please click the link below.
Please follow the admission procedure in accordance with the guidelines, which are available to download.
Applications must be received by the KNU through mail by the deadline. All application documents can be sent by e-mail at the address below.
email@example.com (Academic Office of KNU)
* Note that documents brought directly to the university shall not be accepted on Saturdays after 12:20 p.m., nor on Sundays or national holidays.
Send the necessary documents by mail or deliver personally to the address below (make sure that they arrive before the deadline).
Academic Office of Kagawa Nutrition University
Address: 3-9-21 Chiyoda, Sakado City, Saitama Prefecture 350-0288
* Note that the documents brought over directly to the university shall not be accepted on Saturday after 12:20 p.m., nor on Sundays and national holidays.
For further information and questions:
International Office: Phone: +81-49-284-6245 E-mail: Knuintlo@eiyo.ac.jp
English-only courses are not available at the Graduate School of KNU; therefore, all international applicants must have Japanese language skills. It is desirable that applicants who apply for the master’s program be at the N2 level of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT). If you do not have any Japanese language knowledge, it is required that you apply as a research student first (as stipulated in [A] above) and take the examination for the master’s course after a year.
Qualifications for applicants are as follows.
Note: Applicants who fall under  above are recommended to contact the Academic Office at KNU prior to sending their application.
April admissions: Nutrition Science Degree Program: 3; Health Science Degree Program: 3
October admissions: A few students for each program
For more details, please click the link below.
As classes are conducted in Japanese, students must be sufficiently proficient in Japanese.
For admission to undergraduate programs, please refer to the Japanese website. http://www.eiyo.ac.jp/daigaku/admission/
We welcome international students to pursue a bachelor’s degree and prepare for the following special course for international students who have not yet acquired an academic degree or training in nutrition science.
Examinations shall be held around October every year. For more details, please contact the following e-mail address.
International Office: Knuintlo@eiyo.ac.jp
An examination (written exam and interview) will be conducted in Japanese; therefore, we expect that prospective students will have at least N2-level Japanese speaking/writing/reading ability.