Application Guide

  • If the University decides that it is difficult to carry out admissions as stated in the Application Handbook due to the effect of COVID-19, there may be some changes.
    Changes regarding AO Admissions (English Basis) will be announced on this website
  • The College of Information Science and Engineering will be relocated to Osaka Ibaraki Campus in April 2024. Students enroll in 2021 will be studying their fourth year at Osaka Ibaraki Campus. See here for details.

  • Starting your Application

    Before starting, download necessary documents first. Below is a summary of the application information. For full details, please read the Application Handbook carefully.
    All the information you need to complete an application is written in the Application Handbook. This tutorial clip also helps you understand the application process.

    Important Notes Regarding Applications
    • The University will check application documents after each application deadline and will contact applicants by E-mail. It is the applicant’s responsibility to regularly check E-mail communication and respond in a timely manner. In case there is set mail rejection, enable settings to be able to receive E-mail from “@st.ritsumei.ac.jp”.
    • All times indicated on this page refer to Japan Standard Time (UTC+09).
    • Application and acceptance into the University will be revoked if any false information or forgeries are found in submitted documents.


    Admissions Policy

    College of International Relations

    In the Department of International Relations within the College of International Relations, students systematically learn three types of essential approaches to understanding global society: language skills, theories, and area studies. Throughout this learning process, students develop a high level of foreign language proficiency and the ability to think logically, while cultivating deeper intellectual capacities to better understand cultural diversity. The college seeks students who have the will to act independently and the desire to contribute to society in terms of governance, economics, culture, and peace. 

    To this end, the college admits students who already possess the following abilities and motivations: 
    (1) Basic academic skills necessary to analyze problems facing global society 
    (2) A deep interest in the problems facing global society and the self-motivation to pursue them 
    (3) Language abilities necessary to understand and explain the problems facing global society 

    Joint Degree Program, College of International Relations

    The Global International Relations Joint Degree Program is looking for globally minded students who can be effective leaders both on and off campuses. We expect our graduates to take an active role in their professional fields and contribute directly and indirectly to the deepening of mutually beneficial relations between the U.S., Japan and the rest of East Asia, as well as to the peace and prosperity of the international community.

    College of Policy Science

    The College of Policy Science seeks students who will challenge themselves both in practical and scholastic terms, with the aim of creating a better society through policy solutions. Thus, the College expects students to have the following academic abilities and interests upon admission:
    (1) Basic academic knowledge acquired at high school or equivalent educational institutions.
    (2) Interest in acquiring thinking skills and abilities for problem solving based on that knowledge.
    (3) Willingness to design and work on practical solutions to a wide-range of social problems.

    College of Information Science and Engineering

    Education and research at the College of Information Science and Engineering encompasses a wide range of topics. These relate to the core knowledge of technologies, and their application at the cutting edge. Our educational goal is to develop specialists and researchers with expertise in utilizing computers to obtain effective and innovative solutions to unforeseen issues. Graduates of CISE will be ready to play the leading role in a variety of organizations at the global level. With these objectives in mind, we welcome prospective students with the following qualities and attitudes.

    (1) The prospective students should have acquired logical thinking skills and fundamental understanding of mathematics and natural sciences necessary to pursue studies in information science.
    (2) For those who are to choose one of the six courses provided in Japanese, they should have sufficient Japanese proficiency to understand and produce Japanese texts, as well as the fundamental proficiency in English. For those who are to be enrolled in the course provided in English, they should be able to display sufficient command of English to pursue academic studies in the language.
    (3) They should have acquired academic underpinnings to start a wide range of studies at the tertiary education level.
    (4) They should have wide and keen interests in academic fields related to information technology.
    (5) They should be strongly motivated to acquire the fundamentals of programming.
    (6) They should have sincere motivation to acquire specialized and advanced knowledge and technologies, ethical attitudes, and leadership.
    (7) They should be fully aware of the significance of skills for problem-identifying/solving and those for communication, and are ready to improve those skills to the more advanced levels.

    College of Global Liberal Arts

    Based on the school spirit of “freedom and innovation” and on the educational philosophy of “peace and democracy,” Ritsumeikan College of Global Liberal Arts seeks students from Japan and the world who agree with its Human Resources Development Aims and educational goals and have passion to study at Ritsumeikan University. In accordance to this context, the students, admitted to the College, should have the following academic abilities, interests, and aptitudes.

    (1) Knowledge and Understanding
    Through education at a senior high school, etc., the applicants must have obtained the academic ability and English language ability necessary for the wide array of studies in the humanities and social sciences.
    (2) Thinking and Judgment
    Applicants must have the critical thinking abilities that form the foundation of academic knowledge and of making ethical judgments with global viewpoints.
    (3) Interest, Motivation and Attitude
    Applicants should be interested in social change, progress in science and technology, history in global perspective, and socio-cultural diversity.
    Applicants must have challenging spirit, social tolerance, cooperative mind, and leadership in identifying and solving problems.
    (4) Skill and Expression
    Applicants must have the ability to reason appropriate data collections and their analyses, and the ability to clearly express and discuss their own opinions.

    Requirements

    Applicants MUST fulfill ALL following three requirements:
    1. Nationality (*for April Enrollment only), 2. University Entrance Eligibility, and 3. English Language Proficiency.

    1. Nationality (*for April Enrollment only)

    Applicants must meet one of the following requirements.
    1. Possess non-Japanese nationality.
    2. Possess only Japanese nationality and have graduated or are to graduate, by the time of enrollment, from a) high schools/ senior secondary schools located abroad or b) international/ foreign schools located in Japan.

    2. University Entrance Eligibility

    Applicants must meet one of the following criteria before their enrollment date* at Ritsumeikan University.
    Applicants, admitted into the University in the prospect of satisfying one of the requirements below, should fulfill the requirement before their enrollment date; otherwise, the offer of admission will be revoked.
    * Enrollment date: April 1 for April enrollment / September 26 for September enrollment.

    A.Have completed a standard 12-year course curriculum, or an equivalent curriculum as designated by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT).
    B.Have completed a 12-year course curriculum at an international school accredited by an international accrediting organization (WASC, CIS or ACSI).
    C.Have completed a 12-year course curriculum at a school for international students in Japan accredited by MEXT to be equivalent to a high school outside of Japan.
    D.Possess a qualification of the International Baccalaureate Diploma, Abitur, Baccalaureate, or GCE A-Level.
    E.Have completed an 11-year standard education curriculum in countries specified by MEXT.
    (e.g., Belarus, Myanmar, Peru, Russia, Sudan, Uzbekistan)
    F.Have completed school education in a country where the curriculum is shorter than 12 years and have completed a Japanese pre-university preparatory course accredited by MEXT.
    G.Have passed an exam demonstrating equivalent academic ability to completion of a standard 12-year course curriculum outside Japan and have reached 18 years of age.
    e.g.,General Educational Development (GED)
    H.Have passed the High School Equivalency Exam (高等学校卒業程度認定試験 ) / the University Entrance Qualification Exam (大学入学資格検定 ) provided by MEXT in Japan and have reached 18 years of age.
    I.Have been recognized, through an individual screening review by Ritsumeikan University, as having an academic ability equivalent to or greater than that of a person who has completed high school, from their academic background and other qualifications and have reached 18 years of age.
    *The University recognizes applicants who graduate from Korean senior schools (朝鮮高級学校 Chosen Kokyu Gakko) as having met this requirement.

    NOTE

    • Those who have completed a standard 12-year curriculum in less than 12 years with appropriate reasons, such as grade skipping or early graduation, will be regarded as having met the requirement.
    • "Criteria F." and "Criteria H." are NOT applicable for JD Program applicants.
    • Inquiry or questions regarding eligibility: Applicants who wish to apply and are unsure if they meet the eligibility requirement, or those who wish to apply under "Criteria I." must contact the International Admissions Office, three weeks prior to the start date of the application period.
      Visit HERE to place your inquiry.

    3. English Language Proficiency

      English Test Score

      In order to demonstrate sufficient English ability, applicants must take one of the tests listed below and achieve the minimum score indicated below by the time of application.

      The English tests must have been taken within the two-year period before the start date of the application period that the applicant applies for (except Duolingo English Test) and the test score must be available during the application period.
      • The University accepts TOEFL iBT® Special Home Edition, IELTS Indicator, Duolingo English Test. This does not apply for GLA.
      • The University only accepts TOEFL iBT® scores from a single test date, not MyBest™ scores.
      • The University does not accept institutional tests such as TOEFL ITP® Test or TOEIC® IP Test

      TOEFL iBT®Test
      76
      IELTS Academic Module 6.0
      TOEIC®L&R Test 740
      Duolingo English Test (160-point scale) 100

      TOEFL iBT®Test 71
      IELTS Academic Module 5.5
      TOEIC®L&R Test 730
      Duolingo English Test (160-point scale) 95

      TOEFL iBT®Test 71
      IELTS Academic Module 5.5
      TOEIC®L&R Test 730
      Duolingo English Test (160-point scale) 95

      TOEFL iBT®Test 85
      with 20 in each section  
      IELTS
      Academic Module
      6.5
      with 6.0 in each component  
      PTE Academic 60
      SAT Reading Test
      sub-score
      30
      ACT English Score 25
      Duolingo English Test (160-point scale) 115

      Please note that the following is a summary of the ANU policy: English language requirements for admission. Please refer to the complete policy to check the minimum scores of each English Language Test. For information on the valid period of the scores for GLA, Ritsumeikan University applicants must comply with the rules as stated in the Ritsumeikan University Application Handbook rather than the ANU Policy. 

      TOEFL iBT®Test 80
      with 20 in W&R (Writing and Reading), 18 in S&L (Speaking and Listening)
      IELTS Academic Module 6.5
      with 6.0 in each component
      PTE Academic 64
      with 55 in each of the communicative skills
      Cambridge CAE Advanced
      (Post 2015)
      176
      with 169 in all sub-skills


      Score Waiver

      Submission of English test scores listed above is not required of applicants who meet the waiver criteria stated below.

      Applicants whose most recent 6 years of formal education before the enrollment date were conducted and instructed only in English.

      Applicants must contact Ritsumeikan University, International Admissions Office prior to the start date of the application period when applying with this waiver.
      Applicants stated in A or B below.

        1. Have graduated 4 years (grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 or equivalent) of secondary/high school where English was the only medium of instruction with no ESL within the past two years in one of the following:  
          • U.S. regionally-accredited high schools inside or outside the U.S.
          • IB secondary schools inside or outside the U.S.
          • In the following countries* or in the educational systems of these countries* around the world/regardless of location where English was the only medium of instruction and no ESL courses were taken.
          *English-speaking countries include: UK, Ireland, Scotland, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada (except Quebec)
        1. Have been educated in U.S. regionally-accredited post-secondary institutions inside or outside the U.S. where English is the only medium of instruction and where the student successfully completes two English college composition (non-ESL) classes with a "C" or higher.

      Applicants must contact Ritsumeikan University, International Admissions Office prior to the start date of each application period when applying with this waiver.

      Applicants who meet the requirement of either A) Citizenship status or B) Prior study specified in the Australian National University (ANU)’s Policy: English language requirements for admission.

        1. Citizenship Status
        2. Citizens of the following countries who have undertaken secondary and/or tertiary study in English, at a recognized institution, in the national education system (or equivalent) of a Group A country listed below:
          • Group A Countries:
          • American Samoa, Australia, Botswana, Canada (excluding Quebec), Fiji, Ghana, Guyana, Ireland, Jamaica, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, New Zealand, Nigeria, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Singapore, Solomon Islands, South Africa, Tonga, Trinidad and Tobago, United Kingdom, United States of America, Zambia, Zimbabwe (These countries are determined by the ANU Academic and Quality Assurance Committee.)

        3. Prior Study
        Presentation of an IB Diploma taught and assessed entirely in English, except for language based courses.
        Applicants who will obtain the IB Diploma (taught and assessed entirely in English) after the application deadline will meet the English language requirement by submitting the IB Predicted Grades during the application period. In this case, applicants must present the original IB Diploma after acceptance to the University. If the applicant does not acquire the Diploma, the offer of admission will be revoked.

        For details on other prior study requirements please consult the ANU Policy. For qualifications that require achievement of specified levels, applicants must be able to present their final results/grades by the end of each application period.


    When and How to Apply

    1. Download Documents


    Download the following documents:
    • Application Handbook
    • Ritsu-Mate Manual
    • Registration Form
    • Application Essays
    • Letter of Reference
    Documents Download

    2. Check Application Period

    Enrollment Period Dates
    April 2021 1 2020/8/26 Wed. -
    2020/9/15 Tue.
    September 2021 1 2020/12/9 Wed. -
    2021/1/12 Tue.
    2 2021/2/17 Wed. -
    2021/3/9 Tue.
    Enrollment Period Dates
    September 2021 1 2020/12/9 Wed. -
    2021/1/12 Tue.
    2 2021/2/17 Wed. -
    2021/3/9 Tue.
    Enrollment Period Dates
    April 202112020/2/19 Wed. –
    2020/3/10 Tue.
    2 2020/8/26 Wed. -
    2020/9/15 Tue.
    3 2020/10/7 Wed. -
    2020/10/29 Thu.
    Enrollment Dates
    April 2021 2020/8/26 Wed. -
    2020/9/15 Tue.
    Enrollment Period Dates
    April
    2021
    1 2020/6/3 Wed. -
    2020/6/23 Tue.
    2 2020/8/26 Wed. -
    2020/9/15 Tue.
    September
    2021
    1 2020/10/7 Wed. -
    2020/10/29 Thu.
    2 2020/12/9 Wed. -
    2021/1/12 Tue.
    3 2021/2/17 Wed. -
    2021/3/9 Tue.

    3. Create a Ritsu-Mate Account

    Ritsu-Mate is Ritsumeikan University's online application system where applicants submit application documents.
    Please follow the steps indicated in Ritsu-Mate Manual to create and activate your account.

    Access Ritsu-Mate

    NOTE

    To ensure the stability of the application system, regular upgrade and maintenance will be performed every week from Wednesday 7:30 PM to Thursday 5:30 AM (JST). Please avoid editing or submitting your application during the maintenance period.

    4. Register Application on Ritsu-Mate

    Application for Undergraduate Programs is available only during each Application Period.
    Please choose AO Admission for International Students (English Basis).
    Separate applications are required when applying to multiple programs.

    5. Register International Student Information (if applicable)

    If you do not possess Japanese Nationality, please register and complete International Student Information section.

    6. Pay Application Fee

    Fee Amount: 5,000 JPY per program
    Payment can be made via Ritsu-Mate or Yen-denominated wire transfer.

    Payment Methods via Ritsu-Mate:

    • Credit Card
    • Convenience Store in Japan
    • PayPal
    • Alipay

    Yen-denominated wire transfer 

    Applicants who choose this payment method must submit, along with other application documents, a copy of the bank remittance form or receipt. 
    *See Application Handbook (7. (3) Application Fee) for details.

    7. Upload/Send Application Documents

    Refer to Application Handbook (7.(4) Submission of Application Documents) and Ritsu-Mate Manual to upload the following documents.

    Download Documents

    Access Ritsu-Mate

    Download from your Ritsu-Mate account. Attach a photograph as instructed in the Application Handbook.

    Download the Registration Form HERE and fill in all the necessary fields.

    - Available for download HERE.
    - Must be typed in English following the instructions in the "Application Essays" Form.
    - Topic of the essays are instructed in the “Application Essays” Form.

    - Check the requirements on "6. (3) English Language Proficiency" in the Application Handbook.
    - The test results will only be considered valid if the test was taken within the two-year period before the start date of each relevant application period (except Duolingo English Test) and the test score is available during the application period.

    - When paid by bank remittance, upload a scanned copy of the bank remittance form.
    - Applicants paying the fee online through ‘Ritsu-Mate’ do not need to submit evidence.

    - Upload a photocopy of the page showing the photo, name, and passport number.
    - If an applicant does not have a valid passport, submit a photocopy of another official certificate of birth or home country, such as a birth certificate or an official registry.
    - If an applicant possesses more than one nationality, submit copies of ALL passports.

    *RELEVANT APPLICANTS ONLY
    Non-Japanese applicants who have a residence status in Japan at the time of application must submit copies of both sides of their Residence Card (在留カード, Zairyu-Card).

    - Where applicable, an applicant may upload evidence of awards (copies of certificates and contact information for the awarding organizations) received for achievements in mathematics, science, and computer programming.
    - Awards in fields other than the 3 aforementioned areas will not be considered.

    Upload documents as instructed in the Application Handbook (7. (4) 8. Document proving applicants' fulfillment of University Entrance Eligibility requirements), depending on the University Entrance Eligibility criteria the applicant falls under.

    Upload Academic Transcripts as instructed below.

    - GS Major / CRPS Major / ISSE Course / GLA :
    Academic Transcripts for all grades of high school or senior secondary education.

    - JD Program :
    Academic Transcripts for the 4 years of secondary/high school(s) (grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 or equivalent).
    (e.g.,) All grades of senior high school and the third year of Junior high school.

    *Applicants who have not yet graduated from high school must submit most recent transcripts available.

    WHERE POSSIBLE
    - Certificate(s) of results for national university entrance exams such as SAT, ACT, etc. or equivalent (for those countries that hold such exams)
    *SAT Subject Tests are not accepted.

    - GS Major / JD Program / CRPS Major / GLA : 1 Letter
    - ISSE Course : 2 Letters

    Please send the letter(s) by one of the following methods.

    A. E-mail
    - The letter(s) must be sent by the referee(s) who wrote it.
    - Email Address to submit the Letter(s) of References:
    submit[at]st.ritsumei.ac.jp (please replace [at] with @)

    B. Post
    - The letter(s) must be sealed in an envelope by the referee(s) who wrote it.
    - The Original must be submitted (photocopies are not allowed).
    - DO NOT USE REGULAR MAIL. To submit from outside Japan, applicants must use traceable EMS or a courier service (DHL, FedEx, OCS, etc.). To submit from Japan, applicants must use registered express mail (簡易書留速達郵便, Kanikakitome Sokutatsu Yubin).

     MAILING ADDRESS TO SUBMIT
     International Admissions Office at Kinugasa Campus
     Ritsumeikan University
     56-1 Tojiin Kitamachi, Kita-ku, Kyoto
     603-8577 (or 603-8346), Japan
     TEL: +81-75-465-8162

    8. Completion of Application

    Your application is completed if you have successfully;

    • Submitted all required documents and "Status of Submission" on Ritsu-Mate is shown as submitted
    • Posted Letter(s) of Reference (or emailed directly from referees)
    • Paid Application Fee by the application deadline

    • We will send a confirmation email to each applicant in a couple of weeks after the application period is closed. It might take time to review all the application documents (we receive many applications) but we will contact you. Please wait for our contact.
    • Check your document delivery status by yourself via tracking system of the courier service.

    If you have any further questions after submitting your application, please contact us.

    9. Screening and Notification of Result

    An overall assessment will be made based on document screening alone, or document screening and interview. An interview will be conducted for invited applicants.

    Enrollment Period
    Final Result/
    Call for Interview
    Interview 
    (if required)
    Final Result
    April 2021 1 2020/11/5 Thu. 2020/11/21 Sat.,
    2020/11/22 Sun.
    2020/12/10 Thu.
    September 2021 1 2021/2/25 Thu. 2021/3/13 Sat.,
    2021/3/14 Sun.
    2021/4/1 Thu.
    2 2021/4/22 Thu. 2021/5/8 Sat.,
    2021/5/9 Sun.
    2021/5/27 Thu.

    An overall assessment will be made based on the 1st screening (Document Screening) and 2nd screening (Interview). An Interview will be conducted for applicants shortlisted in the 1st screening.

    Enrollment Period 1st Screening Result
    Interview 
    (if shortlisted)
    Final Result
    September 2021 1 2021/2/25 Thu. 2021/3/13 Sat.,
    2021/3/14 Sun.
    2021/4/1 Thu.
    2 2021/4/22 Thu. 2021/5/8 Sat.,
    2021/5/9 Sun.
    2021/5/27 Thu.

    The decision on an application will be made based on a review of application documents.

    Enrollment Period Final Result
    April 2021 2 2020/10/27 Tue.
    3 2020/12/10 Thu.

    An overall assessment will be made based on the 1st screening (Document Screening) and 2nd screening (Interview). An Interview will be conducted for applicants shortlisted in the 1st screening.

    Enrollment
    1st Screening 
    Result
    Interview 
    (if shortlisted)
    Final Result
    April 2021 2020/11/5 Thu. 2020/11/21 Sat.,
    2020/11/22 Sun.
    2020/12/10 Thu.

    An overall assessment will be made based on document screening alone, or document screening and interview. An interview will be conducted for invited applicants.

    Enrollment Period Dates
    Final Result/
    Call for Interview
    Interview 
    (if required)
    Final Result
    April
    2021
    1
    2020/6/3 Wed. - 
    2020/6/23 Tue.
    2020/8/6 Thu.
    2020/8/29 Sat., 
    2020/8/30 Sun.
    2020/9/10 Thu.
    2
    2020/8/26 Wed. - 
    2020/9/15 Tue.
    2020/11/12 Thu.
    2020/11/28 Sat., 
    2020/11/29 Sun.
    2020/12/10 Thu.
    September
    2021
    1
    2020/10/7 Wed. - 
    2020/10/29 Thu.
    2020/12/10 Thu.
    2020/12/19 Sat., 
    2020/12/20 Sun.
    2021/1/21 Thu.
    2
    2020/12/9 Wed. - 
    2021/1/12 Tue.
    2021/3/4 Thu.
    2021/3/20 Sat., 
    2021/3/21 Sun.
    2021/4/1 Thu.
    3
    2021/2/17 Wed. - 
    2021/3/9 Tue.
    2021/4/30 Fri.
    2021/5/15 Sat., 
    2021/5/16 Sun.
    2021/5/27 Thu.

    Interviews will be either a web-based interview or a telephone interview. Please refer to the Application Handbook for details.

      Important Notes

    • Application including any false information or forgeries will be revoked.
    • Students that pass screening and accept the offer, will be required to submit the following documents:
    • Official English Language Test score report
    • The Original or the Certified True Copy of documents proving applicants’ fulfillment of University Entrance Eligibility requirements
    • The Original or the Certified True Copy(ies) of Academic Transcripts
    • All documents must be in either English or Japanese. (The Application Essays must be written in English.)
      For documents that are not written in English or Japanese, an official translation must also be submitted.
    • No changes to the application are allowed once uploaded or submitted unless instructed by the University.
    • The University will not accept incomplete application documents.
    • Documents that are officially sealed in an envelope by the issuing organization should be sent by post DIRECTLY to the University instead of being uploaded to Ritsu-Mate.



    Applying to Multiple Programs / Times

    Applying to multiple programs at the same time

    When applying to the other English-medium undergraduate programs offered at Ritsumeikan University during the same application period, applicants must upload application documents and pay the application fees for each program. Applicants do not need to submit a different set of Letter(s) of Reference for each program as one can be used for all applications.

    Applying to the same program in more than one application period

    There are multiple application periods set via this admission method. Applicants may apply in more than one application period; however, a separate set of application documents and payment of application fee (5,000 yen) is required for each application.

    After Admission

    For Incoming Students

    Once you are admitted to the program at Ritsumeikan University, you must take the necessary steps according to our instructions. Please refer to the information in the following links:

    For Counselors / Teachers

    Ritsumeikan Univeristy (RU) requests applicants for their Letter(s) of Reference.
    *The letter must be written in English or Japanese by a teacher/staff member at the applicant's school.
    *Please note that RU may contact the referee for confirmation.


    Template: Letter of Reference
    The template for teachers/counselors to prepare your reference. Teachers may use this template or use their own format.

    *Please also refer to Application Handbook.

    Template: Certificate of (Scheduled) Graduation
    Template for schools to use for proof of a student’s (scheduled) graduation.
    *In the situation that the school does not or cannot provide a letter or certificate, this template may be used by schools to provide certification of a student’s scheduled graduation or graduation from high schools/senior secondary schools.

    Submission of Letter of Reference (from Counselors / Teachers)

    Please send the letter(s) by one of the following methods.

    A. E-mail
    - The letter(s) must be sent by the referee(s) who wrote it.
    - E-mail Address to submit the Letter(s) of References:
    submit[at]st.ritsumei.ac.jp (please replace [at] with @).

    B. Post
    - The letter(s) must be signed and sealed in an envelope by the referee(s) who wrote it.
    - The Original must be submitted (photocopies are not allowed).
    - DO NOT USE REGULAR MAIL. To submit from outside Japan, applicants must use traceable EMS or a courier service (DHL, FedEx, OCS, etc.). To submit from Japan, applicants must use registered express mail (簡易書留速達郵便, Kanikakitome Sokutatsu Yubin).

     MAILING ADDRESS TO SUBMIT
     International Admissions Office at Kinugasa Campus
     Ritsumeikan University
     56-1 Tojiin Kitamachi, Kita-ku, Kyoto
     603-8577 (or 603-8346), Japan
     TEL: +81-75-465-8162