The Education Center for International Students (ECIS), Nagoya University has published a Pre-Arrival Handbook for new international students who will come to Nagoya University directly from overseas. This handbook provides useful information for pre-departure preparation.
Nagoya University gives priority to international students who come directly from overseas to apply to live at the three Nagoya University Dormitories. These dormitories accept international students twice a year, in April and October. Applications are accepted in January for April admittance and in July for October admittance. The period of residency is limited to one year for privately-financed and MEXT students in the Japanese Studies Program, and six months for other MEXT Scholarship students.
Housing for International Researchers and Students
1) Foreign Student House (20 minutes by bus)
2-23 Tosei-cho, Showa-ku, Nagoya 466-0026 JAPAN
Tel: +81-(0)52-853-2901 (office) +81-(0)52-841-0211 (students)
concrete-reinforced 3-story residence.
49 rooms for single persons (12.5m2)
5 rooms for couples (35m2)
2 rooms for families (50m2)
Each room is furnished with a bed, wardrobe, desk, chair, bookshelf, refrigerator and shoe closet.
Reading room, lounge, kitchens, laundry room, Japanese-style room, office
2） International Residence (on campus)
1 Furo-cho, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya 464-0814 JAPAN
concrete-reinforced 6, 7, and 8-story building and 2-story administration building.
95 rooms for single persons (17m2)
20 rooms for couples (34m2)
Each room is furnished with a kitchenette, unit bath, bed, wardrobe, closet, desk, chair, air-conditioner, refrigerator and shoe closet.
Conference room, reading room, meeting room, Japanese-style room, laundry room, multi-purpose room, office
3）International Ohmeikan（10 minutes' walk）
165-1 Takamine-cho, Showa-ku, Nagoya 466-0811 JAPAN
Tel: +81-(0)52-832-2736 (office)
concrete-reinforced 3, 3 and 9-story buildings. A block (9 stories) contains 240 single rooms, B block (3 stories) contains 25 single rooms and C block (3 stories) houses 27 single rooms. 232 Japanese students and 60 foreign students share the residence.
Each room is furnished with a unit bath, bed, wardrobe, bookshelf, desk, chair, air conditioner, and shoe box.
Lobby, multi-purpose hall and an administrative office on the first floor; laundry rooms, kitchens and living rooms are shared on every floor.