(Last Updated On: February 21, 2019)
SAO Programme Code JP3
SAO Programme Type Plan A: G3*

Plan B: G3*

Programme Period June 21- July 19
U Macau Application Deadline 15 February 2019
Quota 2
Courses Business, Culture, Economic, History, Literature and Art, Politics, Sociology, Interdisciplinary, Japanese Language
Programme Fee   Plan A: JPY 490,000

Programme Fee Include:

2 course, Domestic insurance, Housing fee, Field trip to Nikko, Airport pick up service, Administration & miscellaneous charge

+ Optional Japanese Courses: JPY36,400

Plan B: JPY 325,000

Programme Fee Include:

Excluding housing fee, all other conditions/services are the same as Plan A

+ Optional Japanese Courses: JPY36,400

Website http://www.waseda-summer.com/about/

(please refer to the website of the host university for more details and update about the programme)

English Requirement NO requirement for educational institutions where English is not the main language of instruction
Other Requirement -Undergraduate students who are NOT in their final year of study
-GPA2.5 or above
Remarks -Credit card transaction fee should be paid by an applicant.

*SAO reserves the right to change the programme type/amount of sponsorship based on the actual expenses spent during the trip

(Very Unsatisfied 1 – 4 Very Satisfied)

Overall experience  : 3

Visa Application
– Procedure of the application: 3
– The length of the application: 3
– The attitude of the staff in consulate/embassy: 3

Programme Arrangement
– Course Intensity (Very intensive 1 – 4 Not intensive): 3
– Payment of programme fee: 4
– Course arrangement: 3
– The entertainment of extra activities: 3

“Waseda University offers six courses and a three-level Japanese course in the summer session. Each course twice a week. Japanese course four times a week. ”

“In the middle of the session. Waseda organized us to travel to Nikko.”

“I got along well with the international students lived in Wakeijuku, and many students from different countries and areas lived here.”

“The teachers and leaders in the school were kind and helpful. When we first arrived, they were waiting and helping us to settle in dormitory. ”

Accommodation (Off campus)
– The price: 4
– The location: 3
– The cleanliness: 3
– The Facilities: 3
– The attitude of staff: 3

“All exchange students can choose to live in hotel or dormitory. I choose to live in dormitory, because this dormitory- WAKEIJUKU is famous and has long history..”

“My dormitory is near the university and it took around 10 mins to go to school. The room is comfortable and clean to live. ”

“We got one person for one room. There is a chicken, a bathroom, many furniture in a room. ”

– The price: 3
– The taste: 3

“Japanese gyoza(日本餃子) in Utsunomiya and visit an ancient Japanese culture village.”