Spring Semester & Academic Year
Located in the Tokyo Bay Area, the Urayasu Campus of Meikai University provides an urban environment for students to enjoy a range of activities alongside their coursework. With easy access to Central Tokyo, exchange students can experience Japan in both student and non-student environments.
Meikai boasts a strong global emphasis. With a triple focus on global relevance, creativity, and critical thinking, the university encourages students to work in both the sciences and the humanities to build a more comprehensive understanding of their field and its relevance in the global market.
Students who wish to study business, and particularly Hospitality and Tourism Managment, in an international environment will do very well at Meikai University. The university’s global emphasis means that students will be asked to not only learn about their area of study but also apply it in multiple frameworks. With a comprehensive approach that combines science, business, and the humanities, the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, alongside other faculties at the university, emphasizes six key areas of global study: communication, international liberal arts, hospitality and tourism, management, practicum, and case studies. All courses are taught in English, with the goal of enabling student flexibility in a variety of settings.
Meikai University does not provide student dorms. Students can utilize the following services to attain the cosigner necessary to rent in Japan: Global Trust networks Co. Guarantor Service for Rental Property and the Meikai University Institutional Guarantor System. Contact these services for more information about housing in Japan.
The university can also we refer students to off-campus housing such as Apartments, Student Dormitories, Student Apartment Houses (other than homestays), and a shared house.
- Sophomore standing
- 2.5 cumulative GPA
- Open to TIM majors only
Useful Links for Exchange Students:
- Fall Semester Budget
- Spring Semester Budget