Classes For International Students
- Classes For International Undergraduate Students
- Classes For Exchange Students
- Classes For Engineering Students On Hitachi Campus[ja]
- Class with VCS On Hitachi, Ami Campus[ja]
- Classes For Postgraduate Students
- Classes Commonly Taken By Our Insternational Students
International Student Support
- Tuition Waiver
- Job Search Information[ja]
- Tutoring System
- Procedures Before Returning Home[ja]
- Guidebook For International Students (Korean)
- Guidebook For International Students (Chinese)
- Links for International Student
- Booklet about the life of a Muslim student
Studying Abroad For Ibaraki Students
- Student Exchange Program
- Exchange partner universities
- Number of students studying abroad (number dispatched by year) [ja]
- Overseas Study Tour[ja]
- Related Information[ja]
- Overseas Experience[ja]
- Orientation for Studying Abroad[ja]
Entering Ibaraki University
- Basic Information
- Ibaraki University Program for Academic Exchange
- Preliminary Education for Korean Students
- Course Guide of Japanese Studies Program（MEXT SCHOLARSHIP）
- Course Guide of Teacher Training Program（MEXT SCHOLARSHIP）
- Guide to Ibaraki Univ. (Korean) [pdf]
- Guide to Ibaraki Univ. (Chinese) [pdf]
- Science/Engineering Dept. Booklet (Korean) [ja]
- Why study at Ibaraki University?
- Academic Calendar 2016-2017
- Japanese Language Pedagogy Program[ja]
- Tutoring System[ja]
- International Student Life
- Entrance Exams[ja]
- Studying Abroad[ja]
[ Japan-Korea Joint Exchange Program ]
Since 2003, the International Student Center at Ibaraki University has been providing preliminary education as a part of a Japan-Korea Joint Exchange Program for undergraduates in science,engineering,and agriculture.
To build Japanese skills for academic research and fundamental knowledge in specialized field
Korean students of science, engineering, and agriculture
October to February （second semester）: sixteen weeks
Sixteen intensive sessions (including fundamental education in science, engineering, or agriculture).
This program is not for credit.
The Japanese lectures are at an intermediate level.
There is also an educational field trip, some cultural activities and a presentation to be given by the students.