Aberystwyth University Japanese
Aberystwyth University is proud to be home to a well-established community of students from Japan, achieving the highest standards of academic excellence across the wide variety of subjects offered by our institution. Our university is committed to the development of new partnerships with Institutions in Japan as well as to maintaining cllose relationships with a number of our current partners by engaging in the staff and student exchange programmes.
Aberystwyth University’s representatives visit Japan regularly to lecture at local education institutions and to work on the shared projects with our research partners. Due to the quality of teaching, the excellent student experience and the safety of Aberystwyth as a town, our university is recognized as a popular destination for independent students as well as for students participating in our exchange programmes. We look forward to each exhibition and visit to Japan – do not miss out on the opportunity to learn more about our excellent courses and superb teaching experience. Check our schedule now and meet our representatives in your country.
The University also offers excellent language support services. These are delivered by the International English Language Centre in the University. Wide range of foundational and support level programmes are available – from Pre sessional English to International Foundation courses.
Undergraduate Entry Requirements
At Aberystwyth University every application is considered on an individual basis and every aspect of the application is looked at to make an admissions decision. Entry requirements also differ depending on which of our programmes you want to study – each degree scheme will have specific requirements and it is important that you check carefully the particular requirments for the scheme or schemes that interest you. For Undergraduate course information please visit the Undergraduate Degree Requirements page or contact the Undergraduate Office directly.
Postgraduate Entry Requirements
Generally, the minimum entry requirement for most taught Masters courses is a lower second class honours degree (2.2). However, some departments may require upper second class honours degrees (2.1) (e.g. Department of International Politics) or relevant work experience.