Studying abroad is not just about getting accepted to your dream school; it comes along with preparing to live outside your home country for an extended period of time. After another exciting day on campus, you would surely enjoy comfortably snuggling in bed, socializing with friends or silently hitting the books – all in your cozy house. Upon preparing to study abroad, finding a place where you feel comfortable is a vital factor to engage in a fruitful study abroad experience.
While it is important to plan your housing research ahead of time, without prior knowledge about the Japanese real estate conventions, looking for a place where you will be spending a few years could be intimidating. Furthermore, going through housing procedures in a country where housing deals and contracts are dealt differently from your home country could prove rather perplexing.
Despite the fact that Japan may not be the most foreigner friendly country when it comes to looking for accommodation, housing support designated for international students is still far from being sufficient. Having considered this situation, we, UNIV. IN JAPAN, have produced a comprehensive information booklet compiling essential information for international students who are looking for long-term housing.
This information booklet includes the following information:
University and program information, costs, dates, policies are subject to change; please confirm important facts with university admission personnel.