Student Exchange Program (Outbound)

Application Guidelines for Keio University Student Exchange Program (Outbound)

Online Application

Students must apply online for student exchange programs. Students can submit documents such as academic transcripts and certificates of language proficiency by uploading them through the website. 

Online Application Website

Application Period

AY 2017 Round 1 applications: 9:00 September 8 (Thursday) 2016–16:45 September 29 (Thursday) 2016
AY 2017 Round 2 applications: 9:00 November 14 (Monday) 2016–16:45 December 5 (Monday) 2016
AY 2017 Round 3 applications: 9:00 May 1 (Monday) 2017–16:45 May 31 (Wednesday) 2017

Documents for Applying

Documents to Download

Necessary Documents

The applicant him/herself must scan his/her academic transcript, certificate of language proficiency, and other necessary documents indicated below and upload the PDF files onto the website. If you do not have a scanner at home, use the computer facilities on campus. 

Undergraduate students
  1. Photo
  2. Academic transcript
  3. Certificate(s) of language proficiency
  4. Written oath (Download from above and place you and your guarantor’s signature or seal.)
Graduate students and fourth-year undergraduate students planning to continue on to a graduate school
  1. Photo
  2. Academic transcript
  3. Certificate(s) of language proficiency
  4. Approval to study abroad
  5. Letter of acceptance
  6. GRE test score (if applicable)
  7. Certificate of admission from the graduate school (if applicable)
  8. Written oath (Download from above and place you and your guarantor’s signature or seal.)

On-campus Scanners

If you do not have a scanner at home, you can use the on-campus computer facilities below :
Mita Campus: B1 Graduate School Building PC Room
Hiyoshi Campus: Seventh Building lobby, 1F Hiyoshi Media Center
Yagami Campus: B1 14th Building Open Space
Shonan Fujisawa Campus: Media Center Open Area
(For other campuses, contact the ITC office on your campus.)

Notes for Applying

  • The applicant him/herself must enter and submit the online application.
  • Make sure to follow all the instructions (e.g., full-width/half-width characters).
  • The applicant him/herself must scan his/her academic transcript, certificate(s) of language proficiency, and other necessary documents and upload the PDF files onto the website. If you do not have a scanner at home, use the computer facilities on campus. Photographed documents are not accepted.
  • Make sure to keep a printout of your online application for your own records.
  • Applications or documents found to be incomplete or to contain errors may not be considered for selection. The university does not contact applicants even if any errors or omissions are discovered in the applications, so make sure you carefully check your application.
  • Applications made outside the application period are invalid. Late submissions, regardless of the reason (e.g., data was submitted late or was not sent because of issues with your computer or there was too much web traffic), will not be accepted. Try to apply as early as possible as the website may be busy on the last day of the application period.