【Ended】11/14・11/15・11/16:Japanese College Fair 2023 FALL (Live Webinar・Free・Pre-Registration Required)

Japanese College Fair 2023 FALL Presented by Lighthouse

Many Japanese universities welcome all students who are currently studying outside of Japan.

They offer incentives such as entrance exams taken outside of Japan, English-only enrollment, scholarships, Fall Entrance, exchange programs with top universities in the world, and transferring systems from colleges.

Each participating university has a designated program for international students
and will be providing the latest information for those who are interested in enrolling in 2024.

Pre-registration is required, so please register using the form below.


Date: November 14(Tue), November 15(Wed), November 16(Thu) (PST)
Webinar: Zoom (You’ll receive the URLs for each day after signing up).
Please use the Q&A button for any questions for each university.

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Time Schedule

【11/14/2023 (Tue)】

Presentations in English
※USA/Pacific Standard Time(PST)
Presentations in Japanese
※USA/Pacific Standard Time(PST)
5:00pm Sophia University 5:00pm  
5:30pm Hiroshima University 5:30pm Waseda University
6:00pm Tokyo International University 6:00pm Rikkyo University
6:30pm iCLA at Yamanashi Gakuin University 6:30pm Hiroshima University
7:00pm Waseda University 7:00pm Komazawa University
7:30pm   7:30pm Aoyama Gakuin University

【11/15/2023 (Wed)】

Presentations in English
※USA/Pacific Standard Time(PST)
Presentations in Japanese
※USA/Pacific Standard Time(PST)
5:00pm International Christian University (ICU) 5:00pm Eikei University of Hiroshima
5:30pm Chukyo University 5:30pm Sophia University
6:00pm Ritsumeikan University 6:00pm Temple University, Japan Campus
6:30pm Hosei University 6:30pm Chukyo University
7:00pm University of Tsukuba 7:00pm International Christian University (ICU)
7:30pm Eikei University of Hiroshima 7:30pm iCLA at Yamanashi Gakuin University

【11/16/2023 (Thu)】

Presentations in English
※USA/Pacific Standard Time(PST)
Presentations in Japanese
※USA/Pacific Standard Time(PST)
5:00pm Yokohama National University 5:00pm Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus (SFC)
5:30pm Rikkyo University 5:30pm Tsuda University
6:00pm Kindai University 6:00pm Ritsumeikan University
6:30pm Temple University, Japan Campus 6:30pm Hosei University
7:00pm Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus (SFC) 7:00pm University of Tsukuba

Participating Universities, and Messages from Schools


  • Aoyama Gakuin University
  • Chukyo University
  • Eikei University of Hiroshima

    Eikei University of Hiroshima is a liberal arts university opened in 2021 publicly in Hiroshima. Courses are offered in English and students learn a wide range of courses such as Humanities, Economics, Natural Sciences (Environmental Studies), and acquire practical skills needed to solve real-world problems throughout taking Project-Based-Learning and experiential/practical programs. You can have the opportunity to learn actively to shape the future! We look forward to seeing you!

  • Hiroshima University
    Hiroshima University Professor NAGATA Junichi
    Professor NAGATA Junichi / Director, Hiroshima University Office of Admissions

    Hiroshima University (HU) is a national comprehensive research university, ranked in the 300s in the QS World University Rankings and the top 10 in Japan. With a diverse range of academic disciplines and research programs, studying at HU can offer you a valuable and rewarding experience. Join us at Hiroshima University!

  • Hosei University

    Hosei University is a private university with a history of over 140 years, and has and has three campuses in Tokyo, known as one of the leading Universities in Japan with a total of 15 faculties and 38 departments covering from science to humanities areas. It has 265 partner Universities in 45 countries and regions and also has more than 1,459 international students, making it a very global environment (as of March 2022). We also offer a variety of support for the students such as employment support and scholarship, so please do not hesitate to join us at the information session!

  • iCLA at Yamanashi Gakuin University

    The International College of Liberal Arts (iCLA) at Yamanashi Gakuin University is a four-year, American style liberal arts college taught in English. We offer majors in Global Business & Economics, Political Science, Interdisciplinary Arts and Japan Studies. Students can also study a wide range of electives to supplement their major, as well as studying Japanese language and culture as part of the degree. We have a diverse student body coming from more than 50 different countries, in a beautiful setting with views of Mt Fuji just 90 minutes from central Tokyo. Join our information session to find out more!

  • International Christian University (ICU)

    Founded as Japan’s first four-year liberal arts college, International Christian University(ICU) attracts students from diverse backgrounds, including returnees and international students from abroad. At the information session, in addition to the faculty member’s explanation of the university, there will be talk sessions between faculty members and students, where you can ask questions directly!

  • Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus(SFC)
  • Kindai University
    Rikkyo University
    Global Education Center
    David Eckford

    My name is David Eckford, and I am an Australian who has lived in Japan for many years. I am also a graduate of Kindai University. I now work in the Global Education Center of the university, and I look forward to introducing you to what “Kindai” can offer you. Kindai University is a progressive and vibrant university with a multitude of study avenues and options that cater for many interests. Additionally, Kindai University is situated in the heart of the Kansai region, and this makes for easy access to Kyoto, Nara, Kobe, Wakayama, and more. We are a very short train ride from central Osaka, an area brimming with delicious restaurants, great shopping, and many things to see. I hope I will see you here on campus in the very near future.

  • Komazawa University
  • Rikkyo University
    Rikkyo University
    Dr. Christopher Keaveney

    Rikkyo University has a long and venerable history, and the university will soon celebrate the 150th anniversary since its founding in 1874. Rikkyo University’s new PEACE program initiative introduces three dynamic undergraduate programs that allow students to complete their degrees entirely in English. We invite you to come join the PEACE learning community on our lovely, serene campus in Ikebukuro, which seems a world away from the bustle of central Tokyo.

  • Ritsumeikan University

    My name is Raynor, and I am from the International Admissions Office at Ritsumeikan University. We have undergraduate campuses located Kyoto and Osaka, which are all excellent places to live and study. We offer English-language based programs including dual/joint undergraduate degree programs in which students can earn bachelorʼs degrees from both Ritsumeikan and partner universities in Australia and the US. Join me to learn about the unique study opportunities in our five English-medium undergraduate programs.

  • Sophia University

    Greetings, everyone! As one of the top Japanese private universities, Sophia University takes pride in its excellence in education and diverse campus, located in central Tokyo. We look forward to telling you all about our traditional history, renowned programs, and admissions. See you soon!

  • Temple University, Japan Campus
  • Tokyo International University

    Located in the vibrant heart of Tokyo, Tokyo International University (TIU) offers English-medium Bachelor’s degree programs that aims at fostering global citizens. Our campus thrives as a dynamic international hub, with a diverse student body of over 6,500 students, including more than 1,500 international students from 100 different countries. TIU is committed to providing a comprehensive and immersive educational experience, making it the ideal starting point for your journey through Japan and beyond. Join our session to learn more about how TIU can help you launch your global career.

  • Tsuda University
  • University of Tsukuba

    University of Tsukuba is one of the top national universities in Japan located in Tsukuba Science city. As the university “Open to the Global Society”, we are trying to accept more international students and returnee students. We hope many of you come to our information session! (Presenter – Professor Nakao Nomura)

  • Waseda University

    At Waseda University, we place great importance on creating an environment that fosters the development of human resources, and we are committed to nurturing highly motivated students who will contribute positively to the world. Global leaders must acquire skills such as effective communication, cross-cultural understanding, creativity, problem solving abilities, and critical thinking to name a few. At Waseda University, students can acquire these skills. What’s more, currently there are approximately 7,000 international students from all over the world on campus, and there are many opportunities for them to interact with one another. In this session, we will provide you with information on admissions and Waseda’s English-based Degree Programs, which allow students to obtain degrees in six undergraduate departments and 15 graduate departments without any Japanese language requirement. We hope to see you there!

  • Yokohama National University
    KAWACHI Kumiko (Lecturer)
    YAMASHITA Yoko (Assistant Professor)

    The YOKOHAMA Socrates Program at Yokohama National University (YNU) is a new undergraduate, bilingual global education program with both English and Japanese as common languages. Our campus is located in Yokohama, the second largest city in Japan after Tokyo, and within easy commuting distance from the capital. It is known for being one of the most international and culturally diverse cities in Japan. YNU itself is situated in the midst of lush green forest, hence the name, the “Oasis of Yokohama.” In this program, students will learn issues and analytical methods rooted in the humanities and social sciences related to the topics of social resilience and social sustainability. Our classes will be conducted in small interactive seminar styles using the Socratic method. We are looking forward to meeting you all at our information session!

How it works

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