AdmissionsTuition and Scholarships


International students may apply for the university's own tuition fee reduction and deferment programs, or scholarships from the Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) and foundations off-campus. Each program has its own eligibility requirements for application, and there is a screening process based on criteria such as family finances and academic records.

【NEW】 Special Scholarship for International Students

From 2023 autumn enrollment, a special scholarship will be introduced.

Please note that as a prerequisite, the budget of Hiroshima Prefecture and Hiroshima Corporation for Higher Education must be approved in March 2023 and later.

Tuition Deduction/Exemption

Content Applicable Students
50% exemption International or Japanese students who are not covered by the country’s learning support system
100% or 50% exemption All students who have experienced sudden changes in circumstances due to death, injury, or illness of livelihood maintainers (including sudden changes due to COVID-19)

Monbukagakusho (MEXT) Honors Scholarship

Applicants who do not reside in Japan may apply for the Reservation Program for Monbukagakusho (MEXT) Honors Scholarship for Privately-Financed International Students by Pre-arrival Admission through the university.

For details on eligibility and other information, please check the JASSO website.

Monbukagakusho Honors Scholarship
Admission Month Monthly Stipend Scholarship Period
Autumn (September) 48,000 JPY 6 months
(From October to next March)
Spring (April) 48,000 JPY 12 months
(From April to next March)

Required Enrollment Expenses

Required Enrollment Expenses
Selection Fee Enrollment Fee Student Insurance Fee Tuition
17,000 JPY 282,000 JPY or 394,800 JPY 4,660 JPY 535,800 JPY (per year)
Enrollment Fee

The enrollment fee is to be paid in a lump sum at the time of enrollment procedures. Those who have been living in Hiroshima Prefecture of Japan for at least one year as of the first day of the month in which the admission procedure begins.

Students not domiciled in Hiroshima Prefecture of Japan Students domiciled in Hiroshima Prefecture of Japan
394,000 JPY 282,800 JPY
Student Insurance Fee

All students are required to obtain “the personal accident insurance for students pursuing education and research (学研災/Gakkensai)” and “the liability insurance coupled with Gakkensai (付帯陪責/Futaibaiseki).”  The insurance term is four years and the fee is 4,660 JPY. Students must pay the fee during the enrollment procedures.

Insurance certificates are not issued to individual students. The policyholders' leaflet is distributed after enrollment as a substitute for these insurance certificates.


  • 学研災/Gakkensai, Type A
    Accident compensation system that provides necessary benefits for accidents that students have suffered during education and research activities.
  • 付帯陪責/Futaibaiseki, Course A
    Compensates for legal damages for which students are liable when they cause injury to others or damage to properties of others during regular classes, university events, extracurricular activities, or on the way to or from the sites of these activities in Japan or overseas.
Amount Due Date
Per Year Per Half Year First Term Second Term
535,800 JPY 267,900 JPY Last day of October Last day of May

※ If tuition is revised during enrollment, the new fees will apply as of the revision date. Other expenses such as participation in experience/practical programs and study abroad fees are required during the period of study.