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.
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