What is student accommodation typically like in Japan?

Asked by Steph Newman · 5 years ago

What's it life for students living on campus? What about off campus? What does this accomodation generally cost and what are some of the challenges regarding accomodation for foreign students?

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Answered by Relinda Puspita · 5 years ago

As I know, a campus usually has its own dormitory, just contact your campus to confirm it. In addition, if you prefer not to stay at the dorm you can find outside, but you need someone to be your guarantor. As my friends experience, they ask their professor to be the guarantor.

Being foreign student in Japan is nice and interesting. There will be many chances to participate in various activities which they need volunteer speaking English.


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Answered by Relinda Puspita · 5 years ago

As I know, a campus usually has its own dormitory, just contact your campus to confirm it. In addition, if you prefer not to stay at the dorm you can find outside, but you need someone to be your guarantor. As my friends experience, they ask their professor to be the guarantor.

Being foreign student in Japan is nice and interesting. There will be many chances to participate in various activities which they need volunteer speaking English.


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Answered by YX Koh · 4 years ago

I did an exchange program at Kansai Gaidai University in Osaka and the school has its own dormitories for the foreign students. There were Japanese student assistants in each dormitory to help the foreign students ease into the Japanese way of life and also organise excusions for everyone to get to know each other. If there's anything we needed help with, we would approach these student assistants and I found them very helpful and friendly.


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