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What is STEP?

STEP (Short-term Exchange Program) offers a unique opportunity for international students to experience one-year study program in Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology (under the exchange agreement of TUAT and its sister universities).

JASSO (Japan Student Services Organization) supports the students who intend to participate in this program by offering JASSO Scholarships.

By hosting STEP, the iCenter of Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology is assisting prospective international applicants from application preparation to arrival in Japan.

STEP「Short-term Exchange Program in Science and Engineering」

Short-term Exchange Program in Science and Engineering (STEP) is a one-year study program hosted by Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology. Starting in October every year running until September following year, the STEP program accepting international applications from TUAT’s overseas sister’s universities.

Every year, about 20 international students from Europe, North America, South America, Africa and Asian countries are participating in this program. Successful applicants are expected to experience research activities in laboratories, Japanese language and cultural studies, one’s major related course works and general studies in Science and Engineering.

Purpose

The purpose of STEP program is to provide opportunities for international students to pursue research activities on latest industries and technologies in Japan; and expecting them to contribute in the development works through collaborative research activities. 。

The program also aims to promote the globalization of TUAT by fostering the relationship between Japanese students and international students; which gives the better understanding opportunity of Japan to the global community.

Admission Requirement
Scholarship

Prospective applicants for STEP program may apply for JASSO scholarship (an amount of 80,000 Japanese Yen/Month).

For more information, go to STEP page

JASSO Funded Short-term Student Exchange Support Program

The iCenter hosts JASSO funded short-term Student Exchange Support Programs for students of Dong Hua University, China (starts every JULY) and National University of Singapore, Singapore (starts every DECEMBER).

The purpose of this program is to develop global human resources to understand Japanese industries and technologies through a series of training, collaborative activities and knowledge sharing.

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Students who would like to consult with a counsellor regarding study overseas, please make prior appointment by email

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Office Hour - Fall Semester, 2017

Students who would like to consult with a counsellor regarding study overseas, please make prior appointment by email

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