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    Hello everyone! I've been interested in studying abroad for quite some time, and the clock is ever ticking, therefore I'd like to ask you guys out there if you know someone who's studying at "Ritsumeikan University" in Kyoto and if he/she is willing to share some information regarding the studies in said university.

    I'd be graceful for a swift answer.
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    Viktor Lundström, Sweden.
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    (Original post by Viktor Lundström)
    Hello everyone! I've been interested in studying abroad for quite some time, and the clock is ever ticking, therefore I'd like to ask you guys out there if you know someone who's studying at "Ritsumeikan University" in Kyoto and if he/she is willing to share some information regarding the studies in said university.

    I'd be graceful for a swift answer.
    Warm regards
    Viktor Lundström, Sweden.
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    (Original post by Viktor Lundström)
    Hello everyone! I've been interested in studying abroad for quite some time, and the clock is ever ticking, therefore I'd like to ask you guys out there if you know someone who's studying at "Ritsumeikan University" in Kyoto and if he/she is willing to share some information regarding the studies in said university.

    I'd be graceful for a swift answer.
    Warm regards
    Viktor Lundström, Sweden.
    I don't study there, but I also have been interested in studying in Japan. I shall be blunt, it's quite hard to do your bachelors there, since you are required to have a N2 level in Japanese for Japanese undergraduates and you have to have a **** loads of money to live in these big cities if you don't get a scholarship. What's more these scholarships are quite hard to obtain. They ask like top 5% of your class and/or 80/100 on your grades. So unless you have all these points covered it will be pretty arduous task to get accepted by a japanese uni. So I recommend you to do a bachelors in Europe or somewhere else and go on student exchange and/or do you masters there
 
 
 
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