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First year fees for entrance in 2016 [PDFファイル/37KB]

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First year fees for entrance in 2016 [PDFファイル/37KB]

(Reference for 2016)

Tuition Exemption

University tuition fees are partially reduced for international students to encourage learning and reduce financial burdens for everyday living. Those who receive this tuition exemption should strive for the pursuit of knowledge. Also, these students must submit a report of the scholastic performance in January of the final academic year. After graduating, keep connections with Toyo University and support us in creating an international network.

NOTE
If for any reason a student receiving a partial exemption in tuition fees loses his/her eligibility, the amount which was exempted must be repaid. For details, please refer to the Student Support Section.

Exemption 30% of total tuition fees
Procedures New Student
Admitted Student
Returning Student
○Full Payment
Pay the full tuition amount. Exemptions will be deposited back into your designated bank account in two payments: one in the spring term (August) and one in the autumn term (January).
○Split Payments
Pay the full tuition amount for the first term. Tuition exemptions will be refunded. From the second term and on, pay the tuition after subtracting exemptions.
Existing Student The student pays the tuition after subtracting any exemptions.
Conditions

      1. Must be in school with the status of residence "College Student" on May 1 of the spring semester or October 31 of autumn semester.
      2. The student who has difficulty with study for an economic reason.
      3. The student who submitted a tuition reduction of taxes application.
      4. Documents such as Resident Card (the one on which the resident information is written down) and International Student Card (University printed) must be submitted by the designated deadline.
      5. Must not have poor academic performance (see scholastic performance standard), cheated during exams, nor have received disciplinary measures according to school regulations.

Period Exemption periods shall be limited to the designated length of the course of study.

Scholastic Performance Standard

(Reference) The student who entered the university after 2013

Undergraduate 1st Year
(1-2 Semester)
2nd Year
(3-4 Semester)
3rd Year
(5-6 Semester)
4th Year
(7-8 Semester)
Eligible GPA of previous year
(2nd semester)
--- GPA 2.0 or above
Total accumulated credits at the end of the previous year Those registered
for classes
34 credits or more 68 credits or more 104 credits or more
Disqualification If academic credits acquired for the 1st year is 0, you lose the right for exemption from the 2nd year.
If the 2nd year is repeated,
right for exemption is lost.
If academic credits acquired for the 2nd year is 0 or it is clear graduation will be delayed, you lose the right for exemption from the 3rd year. If academic credits acquired for the 3rd year is 0 or is not scheduled to graduate in the school year, you lose the right for exemption from the 4th year.

*Standards for undergraduates shall be considered and determined for graduate students.

(Note)
1 Credits acquired in the above chart are prerequisites for graduation.
2 Eligibility for exemptions for new students shall be based on completed class registration, and for 2nd years shall be based on their steady progress towards graduation and GPA standards from the chart above. However, perennial undergraduates who are absent from school in the spring or autumn semester shall not have credits counted for the year during absence, and shall be judged based on accumulated credits at the end of the previous year.
3 For readmitted or returning students, eligibility shall be based on grades while in school according to the chart above.
4 GPA Calculation (The student who entered the university after 2011)

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Students enrolled in 2011 - 2012

Undergraduate 1st Year
(1-2 Semester)
2nd Year
(3-4 Semester)
3rd Year
(5-6 Semester)
4th Year
(7-8 Semester)
Eligible GPA of previous year
(2nd semester)
--- GPA 3.8 or above
Total accumulated credits at the end of the previous year Those registered
for classes
34 credits or more 68 credits or more 104 credits or more
Disqualification If academic credits acquired for the 1st year is 0, you lose the right for exemption from the 2nd year.
If the 2nd year is repeated,
right for exemption is lost.
If academic credits acquired for the 2nd year is 0 or it is clear graduation will be delayed, you lose the right for exemption from the 3rd year. If academic credits acquired for the 3rd year is 0 or is not scheduled to graduate in the school year, you lose the right for exemption from the 4th year.

Standards for undergraduates shall be considered when determining the standard for graduate students.

1 Credits acquired in the above chart are prerequisites for graduation.
2 Eligibility for exemptions for new students shall be based on completed class registration, and for 2nd years shall be based on their steady progress towards graduation and GPA standards from the chart above. However, perennial undergraduates who are absent from school in the spring or autumn semester shall not have credits counted for the year during absence, and shall be judged based on accumulated credits at the end of the previous year.
3 For readmitted or returning students, eligibility shall be based on grades while in school according to the chart above.
4 GPA Calculation (The student who entered the university in 2011・2012)calculating formula

*Scholastic performance standards before and after 2006 differ.
Inquire at the Student Services Section of each campus.

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