- 經甄選錄取獲得本校推薦資格之交換生，須依照所錄取之語言要求（JLPT、IELTS或TOEFL iBT），來遞交該校之交換入學申請文件。例如：以JLPT語言條件取得交換資格者，必須申請該校之一般交換學生計畫（意即以日語授課之各學部課程）；以IELTS或TOEFL iBT語言條件取得交換資格者，必須申請該校之英語課程交換學生計畫（通常是國際學部專門開設給international students的英語授課課程）。
日語組：Japanese Language and Culture Course(JLCC)/ Schools and Graduates School
一般組：Japan in Today's World (JTW)/ Schools and Graduates School
Undergraduate Courses in English (General Information)
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- Graduates can apply JLCC and JTW, although both programs are designed for undergraduates.
- Workload: 5 courses per semester for status of residence in Japan, that means 10 credits per semester
- Practical courses like Medicine, Pharmacy, Dental Sciences are not open to exchange students. Courses offered by Kyushu University Business School (QBS) are open only to exchange students who are enrolled in QBS.
- All international students are required to subscribe the National Health Insurance (NHI) Plan during the study period. By paying monthly premiums, subscribers are required to cover only 30% of their medical expenses.
- National Health Insurance: All foreign nationals with a residence permit for a period exceeding 3 months who are students or who are not covered by an employer's social security plan (mutual aid, health insurance) are required to join National Health Insurance.
- Emergency Security Plan (ESP): Emergency Security Plan, which international students enrolled at Kyushu University are required to join, will provide assistance with various medical services. Please note, however, that ESP is not a health insurance, and does not substitute for or replace the National Health Insurance which international students enrolled with a residence card are also required to join.
Cost of Living (monthly average)
- Housing and utilities: 15,000 - 50,000 yen
- Food: 30,000 yen (lunch at the school cafeteria runs about 400 yen, and students typically prepare their own breakfast and dinner at dormitories)
- Local transportation: 10,000 yen (individual spending habits may vary)
- Books and supplies: 5,000 yen (instructors typically provide reading materials in class)
- Health insurance: 2,000 yen
- Personal expenses: 20,000 yen (individual spending habits may vary)