STUDY IN JAPAN! Orientation for German Students 2022 (Online | 2 October 2022)

Students’ mobility is restarting after the prolonged and involuntary break. Looking ahead, the European liaison offices of Kyoto University , Nagoya University and Sophia University jointly organize an event for students at German university.

This event is to provide latest information on entry rules, visa and funding opportunities provided by the Japanese Consulate in Munich. Each participating university will introduce itself and present you opportunities they offer for education, research and career.

Kyoto University – one of Japan’s highest ranking university — will show how its first class study opportunities to students and administrative staffs of German partner universities. Learn more about the Kyoto University through and connect with other students, staffs and us!

This event is designed for undergraduate and graduate students at European universities who are interested in Kyoto University. We also welcome administrative staffs joining our event. 



Event Information

Date: 2022/10/07 (Fri)

Time: 10:00–11:30 (CEST)


10:00 Introduction
Dr. Roland Berkemeier, Nagoya University European Center

10:05 Latest information on scholarships & entering Japan
Vice-Consul Keiko Toda, Consulate-General of Japan in Munich

10:25 Kyoto University
Mr. Bernd Kirchner, Kyoto University European Center

10:45 Sophia University
Ms. Yuko Hayashi, Sophia University Cologne Office

11:05 Nagoya University
Dr. Roland Berkemeier, Nagoya University European Center

The event will close with a Q&A session.



To participate in this event, please fill out the registration form below and read our privacy policy carefully. The form also allows you to ask questions in advance.

Register here (Deadline: 5 October 2022)

After successfully registering, you will receive the link to the online sessions in advance.


Preliminary Information


Kyoto University European Center


Why Kyoto University?

Introduction to Kyoto University


Why choose Kyoto?


Further Information

For more information about Kyoto University and our exchange program, please visit: