How to Finance
Admission fee: 300,000 yen
・MBA Program / Japanese Development Program (Two year program): 2,200,000 yen /per year
・MBA Program (One year program): 3,400,000 yen /per year
Several scholarships are available through IUJ for highly qualified non-sponsored students. IUJ selects scholarship candidates from the pool of successful applicants.
For Japanese Applicants
IUJ offers scholarships and a loan program for Japanese applicants. Those who would like to apply for this scholarship should fill out the “Scholarship Application for Japanese Applicants” and it should be enclosed in your application package with all other admission application documents.
For more details, please refer to theIUJ Financial Aid Guidelines for Japanese applicants.
– Application for scholarship does not affect IUJ’s consideration of a student’s application for admission.
– If you do NOT submit a scholarship application, you will NOT be considered for a scholarship.
– Deadlines for scholarship applications are the same as admission application deadlines.
– Students may have the opportunity to apply for some scholarships to cover partial living expenses after enrollment. There is no chance to apply for financial aid to cover tuition after entering IUJ (Exception may be the Mombukagakusho Scholarship if available that year).