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US Financial Aid applies for US students (FAFSA, GI Bill, Veterans)
We accept payments by VISA and MasterCard credit cards (please contact the university for details.) and by wire transfer.
When paying tuition and fees by wire transfer, please pay in the applicant's or student's name using the bank information below. The sender is responsible for all bank charges. If transferring money from overseas, please add ¥3,000 to cover Japanese bank handling charges.
Bank: Mizuho BankBranch: Azabu Branch (531)Account Number: 8014089 (Futsu)Recipient: TUJ LAW TEMPLESwift Code: MHCBJPJT
Deadlines have some flexibility. Contact us for extensions.
All non-Japanese students who intend to take classes for more than three months and who do not have a resident, diplomatic, dependent, spousal or other type of visa must acquire a Japanese student visa through TUJ. Students cannot apply for a Japanese student visa independently of TUJ.
Temple can sponsor visas for overseas full-time students in the following programs:
J.D. Semester Study Abroad
LL.M. in U.S. Law (Formal Admission Only)
LL.M. in Transnational Law
Certificate International Law, Certificate in U.S. Law
Temple cannot sponsor visas for overseas students seeking to be admitted conditionally to the LL.M. in U.S. Law as a student visa requires full-time student status.
If you need a student visa to study at TUJ, please contact us. We will inform you of the student visa application procedure and required documents.
Most U.S. states require applicants to hold a J.D. degree to seek admission to the Bar. However, a few U.S. states have historically permitted graduates of an LL.M. program, who do not hold a J.D.degree, to sit for the bar examination if they meet other requirements related to both their prior degree and the types of credits earned during the LL.M. program. A separate Board of Law Examiners for each state establishes and periodically revises the requirements for admission. In addition to a bar examination, there are character, fitness, and other qualifications for admission to the bar in every U.S. jurisdiction.
To discuss possible eligibility for the bar exam in the limited number of states that currently permit foreign-educated lawyers to take their exam, please contact us.
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