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Keio offers more than 80 fields of study in its 10 undergraduate faculties (https://www.keio.ac.jp/en/academics/fields-of-study/category.html), which have more than 35 degree programs and more than 10,000 courses available. Together with its graduate schools, Keio has a total of around 115 degree programs and more than 13,000 courses available.

While admission eligibility varies by each undergraduate faculty, graduate school, and program, most share a holistic screening process based on the submission of a statement of purpose, research plan, letters of recommendation, standardized test scores, and academic transcripts. Students from non-English-speaking countries may be asked to submit additional documents proving their English ability. There are often interviews as well, many of which are offered online for degree programs offered in English so that students can complete the admissions process in their home country.

Tuition and Academic Fees (https://www.keio.ac.jp/en/admissions/fees/)

Keio also has several types of scholarships that you can apply for before enrollment.

GIGA Program (https://giga.sfc.keio.ac.jp/cost/financial-aid/)

Two types of scholarships are available for application before entering this undergraduate program for students who want to learn about social issues that combine ICT and the social sciences.

About

Keio offers more than 80 fields of study in its 10 undergraduate faculties (https://www.keio.ac.jp/en/academics/fields-of-study/category.html), which have more than 35 degree programs and more than 10,000 courses available. Together with its graduate schools, Keio has a total of around 115 degree programs and more than 13,000 courses available.

While admission eligibility varies by each undergraduate faculty, graduate school, and program, most share a holistic screening process based on the submission of a statement of purpose, research plan, letters of recommendation, standardized test scores, and academic transcripts. Students from non-English-speaking countries may be asked to submit additional documents proving their English ability. There are often interviews as well, many of which are offered online for degree programs offered in English so that students can complete the admissions process in their home country.

Tuition and Academic Fees (https://www.keio.ac.jp/en/admissions/fees/)

Keio also has several types of scholarships that you can apply for before enrollment.

GIGA Program (https://giga.sfc.keio.ac.jp/cost/financial-aid/)

Two types of scholarships are available for application before entering this undergraduate program for students who want to learn about social issues that combine ICT and the social sciences.

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