Keisen University: Tuition, Admissions, Rankings

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Keisen University is a private women’s college located in Tama, Japan, and was founded in 1988. This university is known for the establishment of educated women in the society of Japan, and it continues to attract many because it offers very cheap tuition fees compared to other universities in the area. Over 1,000 students study at Keisen University.

Keisen University Overview

  • Founded: 1988
  • Location: Tama, Japan
  • Type: Private
  • Total Enrollment: 1,440 students
  • International Enrollment: 74 students
  • Keisen University Website

Keisen University Admissions

In this section, we will go over the admissions at Keisen University. To apply to Keisen University, it is essential that you follow the application procedure found in these pages:

Japanese Language Requirements

If you wish to study at Keisen University in Japanese, you should meet at least one of the following requirements:

  • Minimum JLPT Score for Bachelors: No minimum score
  • Language Requirements Pages

    If you are interested, take a look at these language requirements pages for more information on language requirements at Keisen University:

    Bachelor's Tuition Fees

    The bachelor's tuition fee at Keisen University is 750,000 Yen per year for domestic students and 750,000 Yen per year for international students.

    Master's Tuition Fees

    The master's tuition fee at Keisen University is 690,000 Yen per year for domestic students and 690,000 Yen per year for international students.

    Tuition Fee Pages

    Here are the official tuition fee pages where we got the information from. Check out these pages for more information on tuition fee of Keisen University:

    Rankings

    Here are the world rankings of Keisen University from reputable ranking sources:

    • EduRank: #8681 in the World
    • UniRank: #5727 in the World

    Bachelor's Courses

    Here are some of the bachelor's courses at Keisen University that are being offered:

    • International Social Studies
    • English Communication
    • Japanese Language and Culture
    • Psychology and Horticulture

    You can take a look at complete list of bachelor's courses at Keisen University in the Bachelor's Courses Page

    Master's Courses

    Here are some of the Master's courses at Keisen University that are being offered:

    • Cultural Coexistence
    • Peace Studies

    You can take a look at complete list of master's courses at Keisen University in the Master's Courses Page