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1. Qualifications
  2. Application
3. Entrance examination
4. Courses taught in English
5. Auditors, Credit-earning students, etc.
  6. Universitiy transfers
  7. Short-term study programs
  8. Conditions for graduating / Completing courses
  9. International recognition of degrees obtained in Japan
5. Auditors, Credit-earning students, etc.
  Auditors are students who attend specific subjects to study without obtaining credit. In some universities they are known as "departmental research students." Unlike auditors, credit-earning students will earn credit in the subject they study.
  The participation requirements for such students and the number of subjects (credits) offered vary from university to university. However, to obtain the status of residence of "college student," special students such as auditors and credit-earning students are required by law (the Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act) to attend at least 10 hours (600 min.) of classes per week.
  The Information Center maintains a list of universities that offer special student enrolment. Please inquire to the center for further information.

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