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Examination Details of 2013 EJU (1st Session)

1. Number of applicants and examinees by site

Examination Site Applicants
Examinees
In Japan
Hokkaido
54
48
Tohoku
Miyagi
120
114
Kanto
Gunma
98
93
Saitama
448
412
Chiba
426
381
Tokyo
6,890
6,215
Kanagawa
525
485
Chubu
Ishikawa
64
60
Shizuoka
251
234
Aichi
593
560
Kinki
Kyoto
522
494
Osaka
1,226
1,168
Hyogo
380
354
Chugoku
Hiroshima
502
473
Kyushu
Fukuoka
1,811
1,702
Okinawa
28
28
Total in Japan
13,938
12,821
Outside Japan
Hong Kong
118
112
India
New Delhi
352
142
Indonesia
Jakarta
493
292
Surabaya
108
81
Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur
150
143
Mongolia
Ulaanbaatar
122
82
Myanmar
Yangon
1
1
Philippines
Manila
12
7
Republic of Korea
Seoul
1,084
957
Busan
320
277
Russia
Vladivostok
11
9
Singapore
6
5
Sri Lanka
Colombo
91
55
Taiwan
Taipei
527
443
Thailand
Bangkok
95
70
Vietnam
Hanoi
58
45
Ho Chi Minh City
80
71
Total outside Japan
3,628
2,792
Grand total
17,566
15,613
Note: The number of applicants and examinees who selected the English version of EJU are as follows.
Applicants
Examinees
In Japan
269 250
Outside Japan
1,290 749
Total
1,559 999

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: 4 (1 in Japan, 3 overseas)
Description of Approved Testing Accommodations
Disability
Cases
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
Use of Hearing Assistance Hearing aids or cochlear implants Hard of hearing 3
Earphone Hard of hearing 1
Partial Test Exemption Listening and Listening-Reading Comprehension sections exempted Hard of hearing 1
Other Telling notes with the document Hard of hearing 1
Testing in separate room Hard of hearing 2
* 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 Sapporo Campus
Miyagi Miyagi University Taiwa Campus
Gunma * Takasaki University of Health and Welfare
Saitama * Heisei International University
Chiba * Teikyo Heisei University Chiba Campus
Tokyo Kokushikan University Setagaya Campus
Komazawa University Komazawa Campus
University of the Sacred Heart, Tokyo
Nippon Sport Science University Tokyo Setagaya Campus
Bunkyo Gakuin University Hongo Campus
Rikkyo University Ikebukuro Campus
Tokyo University of Foreign Studies Fuchu Campus
Kanagawa * Kanagawa University Yokohama Campus
Ishikawa* Kanazawa Seiryo University
Shizuoka Nihon University, College of International Relations Mishimaekikitaguchi Campus
Aichi Nagoya University of Commerce & Business Nissin Campus
Kyoto * Kyoto University of Foreign Studies
Kyoto Koka Women's University
Osaka Osaka Prefecture University Nakamozu Campus
Hyogo * Sonoda Women's University
Hiroshima Hiroshima City University
Fukuoka The University of Kitakyushu Kitagata Campus
Kyushu Sangyo University
Okinawa Okinawa University
* An examination language "English" was not available.
Country and Region (City) Name of Examination Venue
Hong Kong The Japan Society of Hong Kong
India (New Delhi) Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan
Indonesia (Jakarta) Depok Campus, University of Indonesia
Indonesia (Surabaya) SMA Negeri 5 Surabaya
Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur) Confucian Private Secondary School
Mongolia (Ulaanbaatar) Mongolia-Japan Center
Myanmar (Yangon) Myanmar Association of Japan Alumni (MAJA)
Philippines (Manila) De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde
Republic of Korea (Seoul) Yeouido Middle School
Yeouido Girls' High School
Republic of Korea (Busan) Busan Electronic Technical (senior) 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, Dept. of Sociology
Dept. of Social Work, NTU
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 9,575 Canada 2
Vietnam 1,235 Mexico 2
Republic of Korea 589 Pakistan 2
Nepal 370 Kenya 2
Thailand 178 Argentine 2
Myanmar 165 Colombia 2
Taiwan 165 Singapore 2
Indonesia 91 Norway 2
Saudi Arabia 74 Kazakhstan 2
Hong Kong 67 Ukraine 1
Malaysia 47 Qatar 1
Sri Lanka 45 Cameroon 1
Mongolia 44 Bermuda Islands 1
Russia 22 Bolivia 1
U.S.A. 15 Honduras 1
Philippines 15 Paraguay 1
Cambodia 11 Afghanistan 1
France 10 Democratic People's Republic of Korea 1
India 9 Austria 1
Bangladesh 7 Czech Republic 1
Macau 6 United Kingdom 1
Sweden 5 Latvia 1
Brazil 4 Spain 1
Peru 4 Egypt 1
Estonia 4 Jordan 1
Australia 3 United Arab Emirates 1
Uzbekistan 3 Kyrgyzstan 1
Italy 3 Tajikistan 1
Germany 3 Others 12
Netherland 3
Total 58 Countries / Regions
12,821

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