Tuition and Scholarships

(Unit: Yen)

Category

Students admitted in April 2018

Students admitted in September 2017 and September 2018

Master’s Program

Doctoral Program

Master’s Program

Doctoral Program

Basic Affiliation Fee *1,2

(installment)

60,000
(30,000)

60,000
(30,000)

30,000

30,000

Tuition Fee *1,2

(installment)

1,920,000
(960,000)

1,140,000
(570,000)

960,000

570,000

Student Health Insurance Fee *1-4

(installment)

2,600
(1,350)

2,600
(1,350)

1,350

1,350

Total

(installment)

1,982,600
(991,350)

1,202,600
(601,350)

991,350

601,350

Notes:
*1. Fees excluding Student Health Insurance Union Initial Fee can be paid in two installments in the Spring and Fall semesters (payment amounts given in paren- theses). The Fee for the Fall semester should be paid by the end of October every year.
*2. Fees of student enrollment in September are indicated only for the Fall semester of their first year. The Fee for the Spring semester should be paid by the end of April every year.
*3. The Student Health Insurance Union Fee includes a Membership Fee and an Initial Fee, which is collected only in the student’s first year. Keio University Master’s Program graduates continuing on to the Master’s Program in the same year that they complete the Master’s Program are not required to pay the Initial Fee (Excluding those students completing Professional Degree Program).
*4. Student Health Insurance Union Fees may be revised each academic year.
*5. In addition to the above fees, students will be charged for the costs of Crash Course (actual cost) held shortly after admission.
*6. Students are advised to purchase notebook PCs by the enrollment as it is mostly required in many classes.

Scholarship for International Students

There are a number of scholarship programs available. Most scholarships can be applied for after enrollment, but there are some that can be applied for before enrollment, such as “the Keio Design the Future Award for International Students” and “Monbukagakusho (MEXT) Scholarship”. Further information is provided on the web pages of the Keio University International Center and JASSO (Japan Student Services Organization).

Keio University International Center Scholarship Information

JASSO (Japan Student Services Organization)

Scholarships available before admission

1 Keio “Design the Future” Award for International Students

Keio University was founded by Yukichi Fukuzawa in 1858 as Japan’s first modern institution of higher learning. To commemorate the university’s 150th anniversary in 2008, Keio launched the “Design the Future” Award for International Students. This scholarship is aimed at financially supporting highly talented international students with outstanding academic records to prepare them to become global leaders in academia, business, and public service. KMD selects and nominates candidates from among prospective applicants to its master’s and doctoral programs who have the potential to “design the future.” For more information, please visit the International Center website.

For more information Here

2 Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho: MEXT) Scholarship for Research Students (Embassy Nominated Students)

Applicants who wish to enroll in Keio University through the Japanese Government Scholarship scheme should contact the Japanese Embassy/Consulate General where you live at first. For further information, see the website of the International Center below.

For more informationHere

3 Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho: MEXT) Scholarship for Research Students (University Nominated Students)

“Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho: MEXT) Scholarship for Research Students” (University Nominated Students) is mainly offered to exchange students from abroad based on interuniversity agreements such as student exchange agreements. Keio University selects and nominates grantee candidates to MEXT. The scholarship will be payable for a period necessary for a grantee to complete his/her regular course. Each grantee is provided monthly with around 150,000 yen. Traveling costs to and from Japan are also provided. KMD will nominate appropriate a candidate from successful applicants who expect to enroll. Please refer to the following link for details.

For more informationHere

Housing for International Students

Please visit the website of the International Center:
http://www.ic.keio.ac.jp/en/life/housing/ryu_boshu.html

International students may apply for Keio University dormitories, which accept occupants twice a year: in late January for those wishing to move in at the end of March, and in June for those wishing to move in in early September. Japanese students serve as residence assistants who provide daily support in the university dormitories. The university will also assist students in finding their own accommodations.