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Examination Details of 2011 EJU (1st Session)

1. Number of applicants and examinees by site

Examination Site Applicants
Examinees
In Japan
Hokkaido
90
86
Tohoku Miyagi
199
158
Kanto Gunma
106
92
Saitama
626
548
Chiba
661
571
Tokyo
8,608
7,097
Kanagawa
849
725
Chubu Ishikawa
108
98
Shizuoka
345
321
Aichi
729
670
Kinki Kyoto
639
578
Osaka
1,509
1,401
Hyogo
902
794
Chugoku Okayama
714
673
Kyushu Fukuoka
2,237
2,118
Okinawa
62
58
Total in Japan
18,384
15,988
Outside Japan
   Hong Kong
36
31
India New Delhi
92
44
Indonesia Jakarta
432
338
Surabaya
145
121
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
164
159
Mongolia Ulaanbaatar
83
66
Myanmar Yangon
6
4
Philippines Manila
5
4
Republic of Korea Seoul
1,800
1,483
Busan
535
449
Russia Vladivostok
9
6
Singapore
15
11
Sri Lanka Colombo
70
43
Taiwan Taipei
741
616
Thailand Bangkok
94
50
Vietnam Hanoi
114
76
Ho Chi Minh City
104
90
Total outside Japan
4,445
3,591
Grand total
22,829
19,579
*The number of examinees in Japan who took "2011 EJU Supplementary Examination to the 1st Session" that has been conducted on July 2, 2011, in consideration with the aftermath of the Great East Japan Earthquake, is included.
Note: The number of applicants and examinees who selected the English version of EJU are as follows.
Applicants
Examinees
In Japan
222 195
Outside Japan
1,047 740
Total
1,269 935

Reference: JASSO has approved the following testing accommodations (special arrangements) for applicants requesting
their use for reasons of disability, injury or other valid grounds.

Number of applicants requesting testing accommodations: 5 (2 in Japan, 3 overseas)
Description of Approved Testing Accommodations
Disability
Cases
Exam Time Extension
Writing (39 min/+30%)
Low vision
1
Reading (52 min/+30%)
Low vision
1
Japan and the World (104 min/+30%)
Low vision
1
Mathematics (104 min/+30%)
Low vision
1
Question Booklet
Large-size question booklet (A3 size/+40%)
Low vision
1
Answer Sheet
and Response Method
Large-size answer sheet (A3 size/+40%)
Low vision
1
Check marks on answer sheet
Low vision
1
Use of Visual Assistance
Magnifying glasses
Low vision
1
Use of Hearing Assistance
Hearing aids or cochlear implants
Hard of hearing
4
Partial Test Exemption
Listening and Listening-Reading Comprehension sections exempted
Hard of hearing
3
Other
Written communication of cautions
Hard of hearing
3
Testing in separate room
Low vision
1
Hard of hearing
3
Seating position considerations
Hard of hearing
4
* Because some applicants qualify for a multiple number of testing accommodations, the numbers listed are the combined totals.

2. Examination venues

Name of Prefecture Name of Examination Venue
Hokkaido Hokkaido University
Miyagi Sendai University
Gunma * Maebashi Kyoai Gakuen College Koyahara Campus
Saitama * Shobi University Kawagoe Campus
Chiba * Chuo Gakuin University
Tokyo Waseda University Waseda Campus
Shibaura Institute of Technology Toyosu Campus
Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology Shinagawa Campus
Tokyo Metropolitan University Minami-Osawa Campus
Keisen University
Meisei University Hino Campus
Kanagawa * Tokyo City University Yokohama Campus
Ishikawa* Kanazawa Seiryo University
Shizuoka Shizuoka University Shizuoka Campus
Aichi Aichi Prefectural University Nagakute Campus
Kyoto * Kyoto University of Education
Hanazono University
Osaka Osaka University of Economics and Law Hanaoka Campus
Hyogo * Kobe Shinwa Women's University Suzurandai Campus
Kobe International University
Okayama Shujitsu University
Notre Dame Seishin University
Fukuoka Fukuoka University Nanakuma Campus
Okinawa Meio University
Country and Region (City) Name of Examination Venue
Hong Kong The Japan Society of Hong Kong
India (New Delhi) Mount Carmel School
Indonesia (Jakarta) Depok Campus, University of Indonesia
Indonesia (Surabaya) SMA KEMALA BHAYANGKARI
Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur) KDU College
Mongolia (Ulaanbaatar) Mongolia-Japan Center
Myanmar (Yangon) The Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (UMFCCI)
Philippines (Manila) De La Salle -College of Saint Benilde
Republic of Korea (Seoul) Yeouido Middle School / Youido Girls' High School
Republic of Korea (Busan) Gyeongnam Technical High School
Russia (Vladivostok) Far Eastern Federal University
Singapore The Japanese Cultural Society, Singapore
Sri Lanka (Colombo) Sri Lanka Japan Cultural Centre (Sasakawa hall)
Taiwan (Taipei) The Language Training & Testing Center
Thailand (Bangkok) Old Japan Students' Association, Thailand
Vietnam (Hanoi) Foreign Trade University (Vietnam-Japan Human Resources Cooperation Center)
Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh City) University of Social Sciences & Humanities, Ho Chi Minh City
* An examination language "English" was not available.
(Venues of 2011 EJU Supplementary Examination to the 1st Session, in consideration with the aftermath of the Great East Japan Earthquake)
Name of Prefecture Name of Examination Venue
Tokyo FORUM8
Aichi TRIDENT college of languages and hotel
Osaka TKP Osaka Yodoyabashi Conference Center
Fukuoka Kyusyu Electric College
Country and Region (City) Name of Examination Venue
Hong Kong The Japan Society of Hong Kong
India (New Delhi) MOSAI Institute of Japanese Language
Indonesia (Jakarta) Depok Campus, University of Indonesia
Indonesia (Surabaya) SMA KEMALA BHAYANGKARI
Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur) KDU College
Mongolia (Ulaanbaatar) Mongolia-Japan Center
Myanmar (Yangon) The Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (UMFCCI)
Philippines (Manila) De La Salle University-College of Saint Benilde
Republic of Korea (Seoul) Yeouido Middle School / Youido Girls' High School
Republic of Korea (Busan) Dongnae Middle School
Russia (Vladivostok) Oriental Studies Institute, Far Eastern Federal University
Singapore The Japanese Cultural Society, Singapore
Sri Lanka (Colombo) Sri Lanka Japan Cultural Centre (Sasakawa hall)
Taiwan (Taipei) The Language Training & Testing Center / Foreign Language Teaching & Resource Center
Thailand (Bangkok) Old Japan Students' Association, Thailand
Vietnam (Hanoi) Foreign Trade University (Vietnam-Japan Human Resources Cooperation Center)
Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh City) University of Social Sciences & Humanities, Ho Chi Minh City

3. Number of examinees by nation/region of origin (Japan)

Country / Region
Examinees
Country / Region
Examinees
China 13,461 Iran 2
Republic of Korea 827 Finland 2
Vietnam 493 Nigeria 2
Nepal 291 Belgium 2
Taiwan 208 Switzerland 2
Myanmar 150 Afghanistan 2
Thailand 80 Ukraine 2
Mongolia 62 Australia 2
Hong Kong 48 Kenya 2
Indonesia 47 Argentine 2
Sri Lanka 41 Macau 1
Malaysia 39 United Kingdom 1
Saudi Arabia 33 Peru 1
Philippines 23 Bermuda Islands 1
U. S. A. 18 Zimbabwe 1
Sweden 13 Zambia 1
Bangladesh 12 Cote d'Ivoire 1
Russia 11 Ghana 1
Cambodia 10 Tanzania 1
Canada 9 Benin 1
India 8 Puerto Rico 1
France 8 Tajikistan 1
Uzbekistan 6 Brunei 1
Germany 5 Austria 1
Singapore 5 Qatar 1
Turkmenistan 5 Maldives 1
Turkey 4 Portugal 1
Oman 4 Latvia 1
Brazil 3 Algeria 1
Italy 3 New Zealand 1
Mexico 3 Others 11
Democratic People's Republic of Korea 3
Pakistan 2
Total
64 Countries / Regions
15,988
Kazakhstan 2
Notice: The number of examinees who took "2011 EJU Supplementary Examination to the 1st Session" that has been conducted on July 2, 2011, in consideration with the aftermath of the Great East Japan Earthquake, is included.

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