Kyushu University is one of the top universities in Japan, as well as being one of the oldest, with the 100th anniversary of the School of Agriculture in 2019.
At the Kyushu University you will learn natural sciences (mathematics, chemistry, biology and physics), which will serve as solid basis for your subsequent studies, social sciences for greater understanding of human global issues, and debate and presentation skills.
Comprehensive in its academic reach, the university has over 13 undergraduate departments, 18 graduate schools, and numerous affiliated research centers.
Each year, Kyushu University receive over 200 employment offers that international students can apply for.
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The English speaking staff in the Center will come to your rescue when you need help with many aspects of your life in Japan such as preparing and submiting documents to publis offices such as the Immigration Bureau, or when you want to rent an apartment.
Kyushu University has dormitories on the Ito Campus as well as around the other campuses, fully furnished with the facilities necessary to make your college life safe, easy, and comfortable.
On Ito and other campuses, you will find restaurants, takeouts, convenience stores, book shops, and banking facilities.
Through KUFSA, you can enjoy excursions, sports and other fun activities.
KUFSA (Kyushu University Foreign Students Association) is an organization that represents all foreign students enrolled at Kyushu University.
In this university, I have had the opportunity to study deeply about the fundamentals of chemistry as well as learn about various research advances in this field. I also got the unique opportunity to join a prestigious laboratory and work on an independent research project as an undergraduate student. This has undoubtedly expanded my knowledge in the field of chemistry and...
it is realy good but sometimes the homeworks is rather dificult for me but i enjoy working with my friends there.
My experience is that it is good to work at the best labs in Japan (these are the newest in the country) and to work with a interesting group of Japanese and foreign students.