Last update: November 7, 2022
All tuition and fees are subject to change without written notice. Amounts do not include bank charges, for which the applicant is responsible.
The number of credits taken each semester determines tuition costs.
Tuition for Bridge Program
Tuition differs for students conditionally admitted to the Undergraduate Program as participants of the Bridge Program. Please see About the Bridge Program for details.
A non-refundable ¥20,000 Enrollment Deposit will be introduced for accepted students from Summer 2022 onward. This deposit will be credited towards tuition for students who enroll in courses.
|Semester of admission||Enrollment Deposit Deadlines|
*Applicants accepted after the specific deadlines shown above will be notified of a later deadline in the letter of admission.
The ¥36,600 Orientation Fee is to be paid as part of the Advance Payment (visa-needed students) or as part of the first tuition invoice (non-visa-needed students).
Matriculation Fee for Degree-seeking Students
An applicant admitted to TUJ as a degree-seeking (matriculated) student needs to pay a non-refundable matriculation fee of ¥434,100. This is a one-time fee for all new matriculating students directly entering the Undergraduate Program. Once admitted as a matriculated student into the Temple University system, a student cannot change his or her status to non-degree-seeking (non-matriculated).
A non-degree-seeking student may take up to 30 credits at TUJ. Non-degree-seeking students may petition to become a matriculated degree-seeking student any time before reaching 30 credits. However, please note that the matriculation fee for TUJ students switching from non-matriculated to matriculated status is ¥496,800.
For additional details regarding matriculation fees, please see the Matriculation Policy and Procedure page.
Student Visa Application Fee
Prospective students applying for a Japanese student visa through TUJ must pay a non-refundable visa application fee of ¥20,900 as a part of the Advance Payment.
For their first semester, visa-sponsored students must either stay in TUJ-arranged housing or make use of the homestay option provided by Nextage (Homestay in Japan). The TUJ housing application form for both dorm and homestay will be shared after the visa COE application is submitted to the Immigration Bureau of Japan by TUJ after step 2 of the Visa Application Process.
Housing waivers may be granted in limited circumstances
|Fall or Spring||Summer|
|Dormitory room type||Single||¥460,000||¥380,000|
Homestay (by Nextage)
(payable directly to Nextage)
- Homestay cost determined by Nextage and varies depending on the length of stay. New TUJ students choosing the homestay option must stay for a minimum of one semester. Homestays include breakfast and dinner.
Note: All tuition and fees are subject to change without written notice. Amounts do not include bank charges, for which the applicant is responsible.