- 1.The university or other such higher institution in Japan decides to use the EJU in considering international students’ applications.
- 2.The institution decides which EJU subjects must be taken, which languages are to be used in testing basic academic abilities subjects, and which EJU session should be taken.
- 3.The institution announces the application requirements for international students.
- 4.An international student wishing to study in Japan selects the institution to apply to based on the application requirements and other criteria.
- 5.The international student selects the subject tests and testing language required by the institution of choice and takes the EJU, which is offered on a Sunday in June and November.
- 6.JASSO notifies the applicant of the EJU results.
- 7.The applicant submits an application to the institution of choice. At this time, the applicant provides the institution with his/her EJU examination registration number by, for example, attaching a copy of the EJU examination voucher.
- 8.The institution requests JASSO to provide the applicant’s EJU score report.
- 9.JASSO provides the institution with the applicant’s EJU score report.
- 10.The institution uses the applicant’s EJU score report and other criteria to consider the application.
- 11.The institution informs the applicant.