Visiting Students [Non-Degree]

KIT accepts persons enrolled in our partner universities, and persons from universities with documented agreements with KIT, to participate in short (less than 90-day) research internship or workshop programs as Visiting Students under the following conditions.

Eligibility

Visiting Student applicants must:

  • Be dispatched from a home institution under an agreement concluded between their KIT International Center director and person(s) in their home university in positions higher than department head.
  • Continue to be enrolled in the degree program of the home institution throughout the internship/workshop program period.

Required Submissions

Visiting Student applicants must submit the following:

  • Application for Admission (Form A)
  • Certificate of Enrollment at home university (English version)
  • Photocopy of Passport
  • Photocopy of Overseas Travel Insurance
  • Academic Transcript of most recently completed full academic year (if applicant wishes to apply for KIT Global Human Resource Development Program funding)
  • Application for KIT International House (if applicant wishes to live in a dormitory)
    Rooms will be assigned as they become available, but are not guaranteed. If no room is available, Visiting Students must secure their own housing.

Application Forms for Visiting Students

Application Guidelines PDF
Application for Admission (Form A) ONLINE APPLICATION
Application for International House Word Sample PDF

Deadlines

Applications must be received 3 months before the start of your internship/workshop.

Note: Your Overseas Travel Insurance photocopy may be sent at a later time provided it reaches us before your departure.

KIT Global Human Resource Development Program

2018 Global Internship Program (Inbound)

Purpose:
This program aims to enrich cross-cultural understanding and promote internationalization at Kyoto Institute of Technology (KIT). We are now accepting international students and implementing cooperative research and study with KIT students by providing international students from partner and documented institutions with financial assistance from the KIT International Exchange Promotion Fund.