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]
International Student Links
International Student Life
Multilingual Information on Daily Life in Japan
Information provided by the Recognized Local International Exchange Association of the Council of Local Authorities for International Relations is available at:http://www.clair.or.jp/tagengo/index.htmlThis website includes much of the information that is necessary for daily life in Japan for international students and is available in many languages. For example, it includes information about medicine, natural disasters, and education.
Ibaraki International Association: http://www.ia-ibaraki.or.jp/
This is a multilingual website that includes a broad range of information for international students in Japan. For example, it includes information about international exchange, Japanese language volunteer information, and local information.
Ibaraki Prefectural Emergency Medical Information System: http://www.qq.pref.ibaraki.jp/
You can find information regarding the hospitals in the prefecture on this website. You can also search for hospitals where foreign languages may be used.
Ibaraki Prefectural Library: http://www.lib.pref.ibaraki.jp/english/index.html
You can use this website to search for the books and materials in the Prefectural Library. You can also use this website to search the materials owned by other libraries in Ibaraki Prefecture.
Mito International Center: http://www.mitoic.or.jp/
The Mito International Center has a Japanese language website and an English language website. This website includes all of the information needed for living in Mito (i.e., Life in MITO), in both Japanese and English.
Hitachi International Association: http://www.hia.jp/jp_top.html
This website provides various kinds of information for international residents living in Hitachi City, including opportunities to deepen ties with the citizens of Hitachi through International Exchange Salons and Japanese classes.
This website provides detailed local information, including how to register as a foreigner and how to put out the trash. You can also search this website for information in English.
Mito Tourism Office: http://www.mitokoumon.com/
This website provides information about what to see in Mito, local festivals and other events, and traffic information. It also includes other helpful information for tourists
Japan Student Services Association (JASSO) Information on Study in Japan: http://www.jasso.go.jp/ryugaku/index.html
This multilingual website has a wealth of detailed information on living in Japan, scholarships, employment opportunities, and living in Japan as an international student.
Immigration Bureau of Japan: http://www.immi-moj.go.jp/
This website includes information on what to do when leaving or entering Japan. It has a useful download section that includes many of the official forms that you may require. The content on this website is available in English, Chinese, Korean, Portuguese, and Spanish.
Japanese Language Learning
NEWS WEB EASY: http://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/easy/
NEWS WEB EASY is a NHK news site written in simple Japanese.
Japanese in Anime and Manga: http://anime-manga.jp/
This is an e-learning site, created by The Japan Foundation. You can learn Japanese expressions that appear in anime and manga.
Kids’ goo: http://kids.goo.ne.jp/
This educational website has links to other websites, all of which can be read in hiragana.
Hirahira no Hiragana Megane: http://www.hiragana.jp/
This site allows you to input the URL of the website you want to visit and it adds hiragana to the text on the page.
Reading Chuta (Tutor): http://language.tiu.ac.jp/
This website conveniently creates a list of vocabulary if you input a sentence in Japanese.
Excite Translation: http://www.excite.co.jp/world/
This website will provide an automatic translation into English, Korean, or Chinese of any Japanese text that you input.
Elementary Japanese: Genki-Online: http://genki.japantimes.co.jp/
This website includes a Self-Study Room; where you can practice hiragana and katakana. You can also watch conversation videos on this website.
Internet Japanese Test: Sushi-Test: http://momo.jpf.go.jp/sushi/
The Japan Foundation operates this Japanese Testing website for elementary learners of Japanese.
Aozora Bunko: http://www.aozora.gr.jp/
This is an online library of Japanese language texts that are available for you to read, including famous literary works.