Apply to Chuo University
Chuo University offers a wide range of programs that encourage the exchange of students and researchers with education and research institutions in other countries.
Chuo University accepts students from around the world who wish to study full-time in degree programs.
About partner universities, please check the following page.
Chuo University provides many types of financial support for students.
* Please note that Chuo University scholarships cannot cover all expenses for study in Japan, and will be available only after admission to Chuo University.
Student Life at Chuo University
International Residence Chuo
International Residence Chuo (IRC) opened on the Tama Campus in April 2020. The residence has 50 units containing six private rooms, 300 rooms in total, and students from various backgrounds can share community life.
Chuo University provides fully equipped facilities to meet a wide range of needs for education, research, and sports activities. There are numerous dining facilities and shops on campus that offer a diverse selection of foods, such as Japanese and Western foods, noodles, fast foods, ice cream, coffee and tea.
Events and Activities
Chuo University supports a wide range of student clubs that provide cultural, musical and sports opportunities.
Visit Chuo University
Chuo University has four campuses in Tokyo.
- Faculty of Law, Graduate School of Law
- Faculty of Economics, Graduate School of Economics
- Faculty of Commerce, Graduate School of Commerce
- Faculty of Letters, Graduate School of Letters
- Faculty of Policy Studies, Graduate School of Policy Studies
- Faculty of Global Management
- Faculty of Science and Engineering, Graduate School of Science and Engineering
- Chuo Law School
Ichigaya Tamachi Campus
- Faculty of Global Informatics