Faculty of Language Studies
Faculty of Language Studies Faculty of Language Studies

Admission Info is posted here.
When applying, please be sure to check the entrance examination guidelines that will be published in July.

Entrance examination methods

Please select the entrance examination type you plan to take.

Number of students to be admitted

Departments Total enrollment capacity Type
Phase I Phase II Phase III
Department of Language Studies *1

English Course,
German Course,
French Course,
Spanish Course,
Chinese Course,
Korean Course

250 63 20 12
Department of Global Japanese Studies *2 150 25 8 5

● The number of applicants for each examination category is expected to be the number of applicants who have completed the procedures.
● If the acceptance criteria are not met, the number of successful applicants may not reach the number of students to be admitted.

  • *1 As a rule, all Faculty of Language Studies Department of Language Studies will be studying abroad in the second semester of 2nd year. Non-Japanese nationals may not select courses in their native language or mother tongue. Destinations for study abroad vary depending on the course. English Course German Course will be in Germany, French Course will be in France and Canada, Spanish Course will be in Spain, Chinese Course will be in China and Taiwan, and Korean Course will be in Korea (destinations are subject to change for various reasons). As a general rule, visa application is required. If a visa is not issued, you will not be able to study in Japan.
  • *2 In principle, the Department of Department of Global Japanese Studies Faculty of Language Studies will conduct a language and culture training program for all students in the first semester of their second year. The training destinations will be the UK, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia (study destinations may change due to various circumstances). In addition, the training destinations for international students will be domestic universities affiliated with our university. In principle, a visa application is required. If a visa is not issued, students will not be able to study abroad. In addition, 50 of the 150 students will be recruited through the special selection of international students. For details on the application, please refer to the "Entrance Examination Guidelines 2025 Special Selection of International Students."

Selection Process

  • Statement of intent.
  • School records, etc.
  • Interview
    Time: Approximately 10 minutes / Format: One faculty member for one examinee
  • Basic Skills Aptitude Test
    Select one method from single-subject and double-subject methods (English required).

Entrance examination schedule

[Phase I]
■Application period: Thursday, September 12, 2024 to Thursday, September 26, 2024
■ Screening exam dates: Saturday, October 5th and Sunday, October 6th, 2024 [Free selection of exam date]
■ Result announcement date: Friday, November 1, 2024

[Stage II]
■Application period: Friday, November 1, 2024 to Monday, November 18, 2024
■ Screening exam dates: Saturday, November 23rd and Sunday, November 24th, 2024 [Free selection of exam date]
■ Result announcement date: Monday, December 2, 2024

[Stage III]
■Application period: Wednesday, November 27, 2024 to Monday, December 9, 2024
■ Screening date: Sunday, December 15, 2024
■ Result announcement date: Thursday, December 19, 2024

Free Choice of Examination Date System
You may take the examination for the same faculty, department, or course on two different days, or for different faculties, departments, or courses on one day each.

Basic Skills Aptitude Test

Courses Course selection
English Single-subject method (English required.)


Double-subject system (English required), one subject selected from seven subjects.


Japanese
public
Politics and Economy
Japanese history
World history
Geography
Math

Available benefits and systems

Benefits of taking the exam for 2 days or more
If applicants take the examination for the same faculty, department, or course on two different days for each time period (Period I and Period II), the following scores will be used to determine whether the applicant passed or failed the examination.

1st day 2nd day Scoring Adoption Method
Assignment essay method The scores of the basic ability aptitude test and interview are added up for each test day, and the highest score is adopted.
 
Single-subject method * 1
Double-subjects method* 1
Double-subjects method* 2 Double-subjects system* 2
Assignment essay method * 2 Double-subjects method* 2 The scores of the basic ability adequacy test and the interview are combined for each test day, and the score for each day is adopted.
Assignment essay method * 2 Double-subjects system* 2
  • * 1Even if the elective subjects differ between the first and second days, the same method of scoring will be employed.
  • * 2Even if the method for the 1st day and 2nd day are opposite, the same method of employing scores is used.

Second choice system
You can choose your second choice from within the same faculty as your first choice. (There are restrictions on the subjects you can choose.)
There is no need to submit a statement of purpose for your second choice of department or course. There is no additional application fee.

Teikyo University Junior College Second Choice System
Students may choose either Department of Human Cultures or Department of Contemporary Business as their second choice. There is no additional application fee.

English External Testing System
If you meet the standard score for the English qualification/proficiency test designated by our university, you can apply to use the results of an external English test at the time of application. For the comprehensive selection of Faculty of Language Studies, the scores of the English subjects will be converted to a score corresponding to the obtained score. Even if you use the external English test system, you will take the English subjects of our university, and the higher of the "test score" or "converted score" will be used to determine whether you pass or fail. For more information, please refer to the "Entrance Examination Guidelines 2025".

Possibility to choose regional testing center (Phase I only)
Click here for details

Number of students to be admitted

Departments Total enrollment capacity Number of recruits *3
Department of Language Studies *1 English Course,
German Course,
French Course,
Spanish Course,
Chinese Course,
Korean Course
250 30
Department of Global Japanese Studies *2 150 12

● The number of applicants for each examination category is expected to be the number of applicants who have completed the procedures.
● If the acceptance criteria are not met, the number of successful applicants may not reach the number of students to be admitted.

  • *1 As a rule, all Faculty of Language Studies Department of Language Studies will be studying abroad in the second semester of 2nd year. Non-Japanese nationals may not select courses in their native language or mother tongue. Destinations for study abroad vary depending on the course. English Course German Course will be in Germany, French Course will be in France and Canada, Spanish Course will be in Spain, Chinese Course will be in China and Taiwan, and Korean Course will be in Korea (destinations are subject to change for various reasons). As a general rule, visa application is required. If a visa is not issued, you will not be able to study in Japan.
  • *2 In principle, the Department of Department of Global Japanese Studies Faculty of Language Studies will conduct a language and culture training program for all students in the first semester of their second year. The training destinations will be the UK, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia (study destinations may change due to various circumstances). In addition, the training destinations for international students will be domestic universities affiliated with our university. In principle, a visa application is required. If a visa is not issued, students will not be able to study abroad. In addition, 50 of the 150 students will be recruited through the special selection of international students. For details on the application, please refer to the "Entrance Examination Guidelines 2025 Special Selection of International Students."
  • *3 The public recruitment system will be implemented in the first period, and the designated school system will be implemented in the first and second periods. Please note that the number of recruits is the total number for the I and II periods.

Eligible applicants

Open Enrollment System

Applicants must be recommended by the principal of the school from which they graduated as being sufficiently qualified to complete a university education.

Selection Process

Open Enrollment System

  • Basic Skills Aptitude Test (single-subject method: English)
  • Interview:
    Time: Approximately 10 minutes / Format: One faculty member for one examinee.
  • Document screening (School records, etc.)

Priority Admission School System

The high schools (Priority Admission School) to be recommended will be determined based on the past record of applicants and successful applicants.
For information on the selection process and the availability of Priority Admission Schools, please contact the respective high school or other institutions.

Entrance examination schedule

Open Enrollment System

[Phase I]
■Application period: Friday, November 1, 2024 to Monday, November 11, 2024
■ Screening date: Sunday, November 17, 2024
■ Result announcement date: Monday, December 2, 2024

Priority Admission School System

[Phase I]
■Application period: Friday, November 1, 2024 to Monday, November 11, 2024
■ Screening date: Sunday, November 17, 2024
■ Result announcement date: Monday, December 2, 2024

[Stage II]
■Application period: Wednesday, November 27, 2024 to Monday, December 9, 2024
■ Screening date: Sunday, December 15, 2024
■ Result announcement date: Thursday, December 19, 2024

Basic Skills Aptitude Test

1 subject method

Courses Course selection
English Mandatory

Available benefits and systems

English External Testing System
If you meet the standard score for the English qualification/proficiency test designated by our university, you can use the results of an external English test by applying. For the School of Faculty of Language Studies' school recommendation type selection (open application system), the scores for the English subjects will be converted to a score corresponding to the obtained score. Even if you use the external English test use system, you will take the English subjects of our university, and the higher of the "test score" or "converted score" will be used to determine whether you pass or fail. For more information, please see the "Entrance Examination Guidelines 2025".

Number of students to be admitted

Departments Total enrollment capacity Number of students to be admitted
Department of Language Studies *1 English Course,
German Course,
French Course,
Spanish Course,
Chinese Course,
Korean Course
250 20※3
Department of Global Japanese Studies *2 150
  • *1 As a rule, all Faculty of Language Studies Department of Language Studies will be studying abroad in the second semester of 2nd year. Non-Japanese nationals may not select courses in their native language or mother tongue. Destinations for study abroad vary depending on the course. English Course German Course will be in Germany, French Course will be in France and Canada, Spanish Course will be in Spain, Chinese Course will be in China and Taiwan, and Korean Course will be in Korea (destinations are subject to change for various reasons). As a general rule, visa application is required. If a visa is not issued, you will not be able to study in Japan.
  • *2 In principle, the Department of Department of Global Japanese Studies Faculty of Language Studies will conduct a language and culture training program for all students in the first semester of their second year. The training destinations will be the UK, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia (study destinations may change due to various circumstances). In addition, the training destinations for international students will be domestic universities affiliated with our university. In principle, a visa application is required. If a visa is not issued, students will not be able to study abroad. In addition, 50 of the 150 students will be recruited through the special selection of international students. For details on the application, please refer to the "Entrance Examination Guidelines 2025 Special Selection of International Students."
  • *3 If a student is not accepted as a scholarship student but is deemed to have academic ability equal to or greater than that of a student who passed the general selection process, he/she will be allowed to enter as a student who has passed the general selection process exemption.

Selection Process

  1. Departamental proficiency test
  2. Document screening (School records, etc.)

Entrance examination schedule

■Application period: Wednesday, November 27, 2024 to Friday, December 6, 2024
■ Screening date: Saturday, December 14, 2024
■ Result announcement date: Thursday, December 19, 2024

Departamental proficiency test

Courses Course selection Allocation of points
English Mandatory 100 points for each subject
A total of 300 points
Japanese Select two subjects out of five subjects
Politics and Economy
Japanese history
World history
Math

Number of students to be admitted

Departments Total enrollment capacity Type
Phase I *3 Phase II *3 Phase III
Department of Language Studies *1 English Course,
German Course,
French Course,
Spanish Course,
Chinese Course,
Korean Course
250 53 32 10
Department of Global Japanese Studies *2 150 15 13 4

● The number of applicants for each examination category is expected to be the number of applicants who have completed the procedures.
● If the acceptance criteria are not met, the number of successful applicants may not reach the number of students to be admitted.

  • *1 As a rule, all Faculty of Language Studies Department of Language Studies will be studying abroad in the second semester of 2nd year. Non-Japanese nationals may not select courses in their native language or mother tongue. Destinations for study abroad vary depending on the course. English Course German Course will be in Germany, French Course will be in France and Canada, Spanish Course will be in Spain, Chinese Course will be in China and Taiwan, and Korean Course will be in Korea (destinations are subject to change for various reasons). As a general rule, visa application is required. If a visa is not issued, you will not be able to study in Japan.
  • *2 In principle, the Department of Department of Global Japanese Studies Faculty of Language Studies will conduct a language and culture training program for all students in the first semester of their second year. The training destinations will be the UK, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia (study destinations may change due to various circumstances). In addition, the training destinations for international students will be domestic universities affiliated with our university. In principle, a visa application is required. If a visa is not issued, students will not be able to study abroad. In addition, 50 of the 150 students will be recruited through the special selection of international students. For details on the application, please refer to the "Entrance Examination Guidelines 2025 Special Selection of International Students."
  • *3Scholarship students are those who pass the General Selection I and II and have the highest grades.

Selection Process

  1. Departamental proficiency test
  2. Document screening (School records, etc.)

Entrance examination schedule

[Phase I]
■Application period: Wednesday, December 18, 2024 to Tuesday, January 21, 2025
■ Screening exam dates: Thursday, January 30th, Friday, January 31st, Saturday, February 1st, 2025 [Free selection of exam date]
■ Result announcement date: Friday, February 14, 2025

[Stage II]
■Application period: February 3rd (Mon) to February 17th (Mon), 2025
■ Screening exam dates: Saturday, February 22nd and Sunday, February 23rd, 2025 [Free selection of exam date]
■ Result announcement date: Saturday, March 1, 2025

[Stage III]
■Application period: Tuesday, February 25, 2025 to Monday, March 3, 2025
■ Screening date: Sunday, March 9, 2025
■ Result announcement date: Thursday, March 13, 2025

Free Choice of Examination Date System
Applicants may take the exam on two or more days for the same faculty, department, or course, or you may take the exam on one day for each of the different faculties, departments, or courses.

Departamental proficiency test

Courses Course selection Allocation of points
English Mandatory 100 points for each subject
A total of 300 points
Japanese Select two subjects out of five subjects
Politics and Economy
Japanese history
World history
Math

Available benefits and systems

Benefits for those who take the test for 2 days or more
If you take the exam for the same faculty/department/course for 2 days or 3 days for each time period (Term 1/Term 2), the pass/fail judgment will be based on the day with the highest total score of the 3 subject exams for each exam day. increase.

Second choice system
You can choose your second choice (there are restrictions on elective subjects and departments). There is no additional entrance examination fee.

Teikyo University Junior College Second Choice System
Students may choose either Department of Human Cultures or Department of Contemporary Business as their second choice. There is no additional application fee.

English External Testing System
If you meet the standard score for the English qualification/proficiency test designated by our university, you can use the results of an external English test by applying. For the general selection of Faculty of Language Studies, the scores of the English subjects will be converted to a score corresponding to the obtained score. Even if you use the system of using external English tests, you will take the English subjects of our university, and the higher of the "test score" or "converted score" will be used to determine whether you pass or fail. For more information, please refer to the "Entrance Examination Guidelines 2025".

Payment system for admission procedure (Phase I only)
Applicants who have been accepted for Phase I may pay the admission fee by the first deadline and the remaining amount by the second deadline. However, the applicant will be deemed to have no intention of enrolling and admission will be revoked if the admission fee is not paid by the first deadline or the remaining balance is not paid by the second deadline.

Regional testing center can be selected (Phase I only)
Click here for details

Number of students to be admitted

Departments Total enrollment capacity Number of recruits *3
Department of Language Studies *1 English Course,
German Course,
French Course,
Spanish Course,
Chinese Course,
Korean Course
250 20
Department of Global Japanese Studies *2 150 8

● The number of applicants for each examination category is expected to be the number of applicants who have completed the procedures.
● If the acceptance criteria are not met, the number of successful applicants may not reach the number of students to be admitted.

  • *1 As a rule, all Faculty of Language Studies Department of Language Studies will be studying abroad in the second semester of 2nd year. Non-Japanese nationals may not select courses in their native language or mother tongue. Destinations for study abroad vary depending on the course. English Course German Course will be in Germany, French Course will be in France and Canada, Spanish Course will be in Spain, Chinese Course will be in China and Taiwan, and Korean Course will be in Korea (destinations are subject to change for various reasons). As a general rule, visa application is required. If a visa is not issued, you will not be able to study in Japan.
  • *2 In principle, the Department of Department of Global Japanese Studies Faculty of Language Studies will conduct a language and culture training program for all students in the first semester of their second year. The training destinations will be the UK, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia (study destinations may change due to various circumstances). In addition, the training destinations for international students will be domestic universities affiliated with our university. In principle, a visa application is required. If a visa is not issued, students will not be able to study abroad. In addition, 50 of the 150 students will be recruited through the special selection of international students. For details on the application, please refer to the "Entrance Examination Guidelines 2025 Special Selection of International Students."
  • * The number of recruits for The Common Test for University Admissions selection is the total number of the first and second semesters.

Selection Process

In the 2025 Common University Entrance Examination, pass/fail will be determined based on the grades in subjects and courses designated by the university. The university will not conduct individual academic ability tests.

Three-subject method: Pass/fail will be determined based on the total score of the three highest subjects.
External English Exam Method: In the external English exam method, the higher of the "total of the converted score of the external English exam and the highest scores in the two subjects excluding English" or the "total of the highest scores in the three subjects" in the three-subject method will be used to determine pass/fail.

  • * The Common Test for University Admissions selection requires students to take three subjects, and students can also apply for the English External Exam Test. There is no additional entrance examination fee.

Entrance examination schedule

[First half]
■Application period: Wednesday, December 18, 2024 to Friday, January 17, 2025
■Selection test date: University Entrance Common Test
■ Result announcement date: Friday, February 14, 2025

[Late Period]
■Application period: Tuesday, February 25, 2025 to Friday, March 7, 2025
■Selection test date: University Entrance Common Test
■ Result announcement date: Thursday, March 13, 2025

Designated Subjects

Subject Courses Elective Allocation of points Individual academic ability test, etc.
Foreign language "English" * 1 Mandatory 100 points for each subject
A total of 300 points
At our university
Individual academic ability test
Not performed
Japanese "Japanese language" (modern and later writings) ※2 2 subjects
choice *3
Geography and History
Civics
"General History, World History Exploration"
"General History, Exploring Japanese History"
"General Geography, Geography Exploration"
"Public, Logic"
"Public, Political and Economic"
"General Geography/General History/Public"
Math "Mathematics I" "Mathematics I, Mathematics A"
"Mathematics II, Mathematics B, Mathematics C"
Information "Information I"
  • *1 For "English," the scores for reading (maximum 100 points) and listening (maximum 100 points) will be compressed to a maximum of 50 points each and the combined score will be used.
  • *2 For the Japanese language section, the score for "Modern and later writing" (maximum 110 points) will be compressed to a maximum of 100 points.
  • *3 For those who have chosen the old curriculum transitional measures, the combinations of "old modern society and old ethics", "old modern society and old politics/economics", "old modern society and old ethics, old politics/economics", and "old ethics and old politics/economics" are not accepted. Also, the combination of "two mathematics subjects" is not accepted. If three or more subjects are taken, the two highest scores will be used to determine pass/fail.

Number of students to be admitted

Departments Total enrollment capacity Number of students to be admitted
Department of Language Studies *1 English Course,
German Course,
French Course,
Spanish Course,
Chinese Course,
Korean Course
250 Few admissions available
Department of Global Japanese Studies *2 150

● The number of applicants for each examination category is expected to be the number of applicants who have completed the procedures.
● If the acceptance criteria are not met, the number of successful applicants may not reach the number of students to be admitted.

  • *1 As a rule, all Faculty of Language Studies Department of Language Studies will be studying abroad in the second semester of 2nd year. Non-Japanese nationals may not select courses in their native language or mother tongue. Destinations for study abroad vary depending on the course. English Course German Course will be in Germany, French Course will be in France and Canada, Spanish Course will be in Spain, Chinese Course will be in China and Taiwan, and Korean Course will be in Korea (destinations are subject to change for various reasons). As a general rule, visa application is required. If a visa is not issued, you will not be able to study in Japan.
  • *2 In principle, the Department of Department of Global Japanese Studies Faculty of Language Studies will conduct a language and culture training program for all students in the first semester of their second year. The training destinations will be the UK, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia (study destinations may change due to various circumstances). In addition, the training destinations for international students will be domestic universities affiliated with our university. In principle, a visa application is required. If a visa is not issued, students will not be able to study abroad. In addition, 50 of the 150 students will be recruited through the special selection of international students. For details on the application, please refer to the "Entrance Examination Guidelines 2025 Special Selection of International Students."

Eligible applicants

The applicant must be a citizen of Japan who received their education in a foreign country under a foreign educational system while their parents or legal guardians were abroad.

Selection Process

  1. Examination in academic subjects.
    Two subjects.
  2. Interview.
    Time: Approximately 4 minutes / Format: One faculty member for one examinee.
  3. Document screening.

Entrance examination schedule

■Application period: Wednesday, December 18, 2024 to Tuesday, January 21, 2025
■ Screening date: Friday, January 31, 2025
■ Result announcement date: Friday, February 14, 2025

Departamental proficiency test

Courses Subjests content Course selection
English Mandatory
Japanese Select one subject from two subjects
Short essay in Japanese 400-600 characters

Number of students to be admitted

Departments Total enrollment capacity Number of students to be admitted
Department of Language Studies *1 English Course,
German Course,
French Course,
Spanish Course,
Chinese Course,
Korean Course
250 Few admissions available
Department of Global Japanese Studies *2 150

● The number of applicants for each examination category is expected to be the number of applicants who have completed the procedures.
● If the acceptance criteria are not met, the number of successful applicants may not reach the number of students to be admitted.

  • *1 As a rule, all Faculty of Language Studies Department of Language Studies will be studying abroad in the second semester of 2nd year. Non-Japanese nationals may not select courses in their native language or mother tongue. Destinations for study abroad vary depending on the course. English Course German Course will be in Germany, French Course will be in France and Canada, Spanish Course will be in Spain, Chinese Course will be in China and Taiwan, and Korean Course will be in Korea (destinations are subject to change for various reasons). As a general rule, visa application is required. If a visa is not issued, you will not be able to study in Japan.
  • *2 In principle, the Department of Department of Global Japanese Studies Faculty of Language Studies will conduct a language and culture training program for all students in the first semester of their second year. The training destinations will be the UK, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia (study destinations may change due to various circumstances). In addition, the training destinations for international students will be domestic universities affiliated with our university. In principle, a visa application is required. If a visa is not issued, students will not be able to study abroad. In addition, 50 of the 150 students will be recruited through the special selection of international students. For details on the application, please refer to the "Entrance Examination Guidelines 2025 Special Selection of International Students."

Eligible applicants

This program is open to working adults who are strongly interested in studying at the university.

Selection Process

  1. Short essay
    400-600 characters
  2. Interview:
    Time: Approximately 10 minutes / Format: One faculty member for one examinee.
  3. Document screening.

Entrance examination schedule

■Application period: Wednesday, December 18, 2024 to Tuesday, January 21, 2025
■ Screening date: Friday, January 31, 2025
■ Result announcement date: Friday, February 14, 2025

Click here for the Admission Guidelines
(Includes application requirements, documents, subjects, and time of examination)