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International Exchange Programs

Tokyo Keizai University provides numerous systems designed to improve the academic environment of our international students. In addition to national scholarships, the university provides its own scholarship funding to qualified students. TKU provides special dormitory accommodations for its international students. Our advisory and tutorial systems provide students with academic and personal counseling.

Admission of Degree-Seeking International Students

International students who wish to study in TKU's undergraduate programs have to take entrance examinations, which are made for them, after passing document screening. The examinations are Japanese- and English-proficiency tests. There is also an interview test in Japanese. This is mainly because almost all the courses at TKU are conducted in Japanese. As the requirements for the application, applicants will have finished a twelve-year-education in their home countries and will have held a student visa status at the time of applying.

Non-Degree-Seeking Foreign Exchange Students

Tokyo Keizai University has established student exchange programs with overseas partner universities. Each year, students can participate in these exchange programs. The university provides specialized courses, as well as certain Japanese courses for visiting students. They can also participate in seminar courses.

University of International Business and Economics P(Beijing, China)
Shanghai University of Finance and Economics F(Shanghai, China)
Guizhou University of Finance and Economics F(Yunnan, China)
Yunnan University F(Shanghai, China)
Sanda University F(Yunnan, China)
The College of Arts and Sciences P(Shandong, China)
Yunnan Normal University P(Yunnan, China)
Shandong University of Finance and Economics P(Shandong, China)
Yunnan Normal University P(Yunnan, China)
Binhai School of Foreign Affairs of Tianjin Foreign Studies University P(Tianjin, China)
University of Macau P(Macau, China)
Pai Chai University P(Daejeon, Korea)
Pyeongtaek University P(Pyoungtak, Korea)
Far East University P(Janghowon, Korea)
Sahmyook University F(Seoul, Korea)
Chulalongkorn University F(Bangkok, Thailand)
Foreign Trade University F(Hanoi, Vietnam)
National University of Malaysia F(Selangor, Malaysia)
Pace University P(New York, U.S.A.)
Kennesaw State University F(Georgia, U.S.A.)
University of Western Sydney P(Sydney, Australia)
Massey University P(Palmerston North, New Zealand)
Witten/Herdecke University P(Witten, Germany)
University of Portsmouth P(Portsmouth, U.K.)
Chichester College F(Chichester, U.K.)
P:Partner Universities/F:Friendship Universities
Open Seminars

A few times each year, Tokyo Keizai University invites students to visit Japan on short study tours to participate in its seminars. Parties and social gatherings following the seminars provide a unique opportunity for participants to interact and get to know one another.

Overseas Training Programs

Overseas Language-training Programs
Each year, Tokyo Keizai University sponsors overseas language-training programs during summer vacation. Chichester College in U.K. offers students English language programs, and Pai Chai University and Pyongtaek University in Korea offer students Korean language programs. Each program lasts approximately three weeks, and participants may receive academic credit for work completed.

Seminar Overseas Study Tours
Seminar instructors and students may plan overseas research tours. Such programs allow students to participate in research colloquia with their overseas peers, visit overseas corporations and universities, and learn about the history and culture of other nations. These programs typically last from one to two weeks.

International Symposia

Tokyo Keizai University holds international symposia with participation by researchers and business people from overseas. These conferences attract a large number of participants and receive national exposure and media attention.

Recent symposium themes have included the following :
1988 University and International Cooperation in the Pan-Pacific Age
1989 Land Problems and Urban Policy
1990 Human Centered Systems in the Global Economy
1992 Corporate Activities in the Era of the Global Economy :
An International Comparison
1993 Networking of Human Relations and Technology
1994 Evolution of Management Accounting in a Changing Environment
1995 What We Have Learned from Japan's Defeat in the Last War
1997 The Return of Hong Kong to China: Political and Economic Megatrends in the Asian Pacific
2001 The Economies of Korea and Japan-Structual Reform and Globalization
2002 Japan's Choices from the Viewpoint of Economic Globalization and Intra-Regional Cooperation in Asia
2004 Gender, Media, Urban Space
2005 Nation-State and Regional System in the Process of Spatial Integration and Differentation -A Comparison between Germany and Japan -
2006 Book Publishing as Communication: The Translation of Book Publishing and Culture in East Asia.
2007 Japan -Chine -Korea International Workshop on Environmental Destruction: Prevention and Solutions.
2010 Broadening and Deepening of Fair Trade: Opportunities and Challenges in the New Decade East-Asia Transforming Reform and Development
2012 New Social Risks and the Changing Social Security System Publication at a Turning Point in Media
2014 Fair Trade Building Ethical Market and Embedding Fair Trade in Communities

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